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Playa de Son Bou, Menorca
Spain

Son Bou es una playa perteneciente al término municipal de Alayor, en la isla española de Menorca. Su playa de 4km, situada al sur, es la más grande de toda la isla, convirtiéndola en una de las más turísticas.

Debido a su gran longitud hay varias zonas, destacando la parte inicial (más al este) como más común, mientras al oeste está la zona nudista.

En el acantilado que la cierra por el este, se abren las numerosas bocas de una necrópolis hipogéica talayótica, al pie de la cual hay, también una basílica paleocristiana.

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Uploaded: 14/05/2013
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