What to see in Menorca

Menorca is one of the most important Balearic islands and constitutes a natural paradise. It is ideal to visit with the family as it offers dream beaches, parties and a varied cultural offer.

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Catedral de Santa María de Ciutadella

A jewel in the Gothic style

  • Do not forget to especially appreciate the Chapel of the Souls, in a neoclassical style and that of the Santísimo, in a neoclassical style.

  • A good plan is to enjoy the organ concerts that are offered and that complete the visit during the summer.

  • In Ses Voltes street, in Plaza de la Catedral, stands this Gothic-style temple that still preserves some arches from the old Arab minaret.

  • It dates from the 14th century and stands on an old Arab mosque, constituting an imposing stone building in the historic center.

  • In 1287, during the definitive conquest of Alfonso III, the old mosque was consecrated to Christian worship and finally it was Jaime II who ordered the construction of the current cathedral in 1301.

  • The temple has suffered two major looting: the Turkish assault in 1558 and the looting during the civil war.

  • In 1986 important restoration works were undertaken, giving prominence to light and spaces.

  • It is a monumental Gothic building 22 meters high. Single nave with side chapels.

  • Ciutadella is one of the most important and impressive cities in Menorca. Its history of cultural diversity, Muslim, French, English and Spanish, make it a multiple and charming place.

  • Touring its striking stone corners is essential if you are looking to get to know this wonderful Spanish stronghold.

  • Free For visits, consult the tourist office: Plaça Born, 15 baix.

  • 971 380 343

  • 30 min - 1 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: From May to October from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Location: Plaça de la Catedral


Castillo de Sant Nicolau

Defensive tower in an unbeatable environment

  • We recommend this visit, it will not take more than an hour and it represents the link between the city and the sea.

  • It is possible to visit it for free.

  • The Castle of Sant Nicolau was sent to build between 1680 and 1682 by order of the Spanish. Its objective was the surveillance and defense of the mouth of the port of Ciutadella.

  • The name is due to the patron saint of sailors and an old hermitage that occupied that place.

  • The construction is octagonal, with a 2m deep ditch dug into the rock.

  • Between 1798 and 1802, during the British occupation, some interior compartments were built for the storage of gunpowder and food that were eliminated in later restoration work.

  • It has a drawbridge that leads to the baroque style entrance door.

  • The interior consists of a central column from where a spiral staircase leads to the terrace, which served as an observation, surveillance and artillery tower.

  • At present it is part of the City Hall and can be visited for free.

  • The Castillo de San Nicolás is a defense tower built on the coast, at the mouth of the city's port.

  • Your visit is a must, due to its privileged location on the coast and because it differs from the other towers as it is more modern and elegant than the rest of the watchtowers erected on the shores of the Mediterranean.

  • Free

  • 971 381 050

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: arranged visits. Every day from June to October from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Location: Passeig Marítim, s / n, 07760 Ciutadella de Menorca, Illes Balears, Spain


Puerto de Ciutadella de Menorca

The most beautiful in the Mediterranean

  • Visit this site and enjoy its wonderful surroundings. Luxury docked yachts, traditional fishing boats and excellent gastronomic venues.

  • Especially during the summer months, an attractive market is set up on the steps that lead from Plaza Es Born. There you can find countless handicrafts and souvenirs.

  • The port has been operating since the Middle Ages, since the time of the Crown of Aragon. But it was in the nineteenth century when its structure acquired greater importance and progress was made in the improvement and expansion works.

  • The port connects the cities of Mallorca and Barcelona with routes that are carried out regularly and are operated by various companies.

  • It is recognized for its beautiful environment, especially in summer, when its terraces and restaurants are filled with visitors.

  • Furthermore, a phenomenon called rissaga is known. It is about the unexpected and sudden rise or fall of the sea level that can cause problems in boats and facilities near the water.

  • A few meters from the famous Es Born square, we find the steps that lead to this wonderful port of small dimensions but worth visiting.

  • What makes it so special? Its excellent facilities and finding a marina, fishing, tourist / commercial and passenger port that invites you to explore it and sit on one of its many terraces.

  • Free

  • +34 971 484 455

  • 30 min - 1 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: (commercial hours of the port) Low season: 8: 00-15: 00 hours High season: 8: 00-20: 00 hours Location: Calle Moll Comercial s / n


Carrer Major des Born

Discover the narrow streets of the old town on foot

  • The best recommendation is to get lost in the old town to discover it and enjoy its magic.

  • From Plaza Des Born, at the back of the Town Hall there is an old fortification. Go up to it and you will have wonderful views of the port and the palaces of Salort and Torressaura, belonging to very wealthy families on the island.

  • The old town of Ciutadella is an emblem in itself that testifies to the passage of time and the importance that this city has had over the years.

  • Among the alleys in which to get lost and delight, undoubtedly one of the main ones is the carrer major del Born. Especially because of the weight of the buildings it houses. This street goes from Calle Nova to the Cathedral and is one of the most visited and well-known.

  • Among the essentials of this street are: the Cathedral of Santa María Plaza de la Catedral Palacio Torreassura Palau Salort

  • It is essential to get to Plaza Es Born, with the obelisk and the City Hall presiding over the space.

  • Also, stroll through Ses Voltes street, one of the busiest in the city due to its beauty surrounded by arcades and the number of shops.

  • Another of the key points are the old walls, the current Bastió de Sa Fon, today the Municipal Museum.

  • One of the essentials is undoubtedly the tour of the historic center of Ciutadella. And there is no better way to do it than walking along Carrer major del Born.

  • The old heart of the city radiates life, history and nostalgia that are worth absorbing from this and other of its many streets.

  • Free

  • +34 971 48 41 55

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Ciutadella Tourist Office Plaça des Born (Town Hall Building)


Puerto de Mahón

The largest in the Mediterranean

  • Walk the promenade and delight in its atmosphere.

  • One of the most efficient ways to make the most of your time is by taking a guided tour of the port. There are several that are done on board a boat. You can check at the tourist office.

  • Keep in mind that on Sundays the Isla del Rey, the most famous of all, is open to the public. The Yellow Catamarans depart from the Port of Mahón at 8:45 am. We recommend that you update this information if it is of interest to you.

  • The Port enjoys a privileged natural enclave that has been historically valued by ancient cultures dedicated to commerce and navigation. Phoenicians, Carthaginians, English and French have set their sights on this jewel and its strategic value.

  • Today, the port is also a site that houses luxury yachts, small fishing boats and large tourist cruise ships.

  • The city of Mahón is located on the south bank of the port, from where it is possible to walk along a promenade full of bars, shops, restaurants and various points of interest.

  • As points of attraction to visit, the following stand out: The promenade. The four islets nestled in the salty lake of Mahón: Lazareto de Mahón, Islote El Rey and the islands of Pinto and de la Cuarentena.

  • We continue our tour of Menorca at this site that gains its unique status for being the largest in the Mediterranean and second in Europe.

  • Its more than five kilometers in length have earned it the title of the largest Mediterranean natural port and point of reference since historical times.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Fortaleza de Isabel II

Immense defensive structure from the 19th century

  • If you think that the facilities are too extensive to visit, take advantage of one of the options offered to explore them in peace, such as bicycles or buggies that are rented by the hour.

  • Visit the official page to find out about all the services. There are several alternatives for guided visits: to the fortress, dramatized visits, night visits, visits for children, among others.

  • It is located in the easternmost part of Spain and the need to defend the area led to the construction of other defensive buildings from early times: this is the case of the castle of San Felipe and Fort Marlborough, on the south bank.

  • Fort La Mola, as it stands today is a Spanish work. In it you should see, among other sites: The Isabel II Fortress: monumental and of great architectural beauty. The underground mine: where the queen's powder kegs were located. La Puerta de la Reina: the most majestic. The cisterns and decanting rafts. The moat with more than 1500 linear meters. The Queen's powder keg: a building of the most spectacular that served as a containment against any explosion.

  • Another of the key points that this site offers are its viewpoints. One of the main attractions of the fortress from where you can get spectacular views of the port and the coastline.

  • Excellent services are offered for all tastes and situations: audio guides with 16 points of interest, buggies to comfortably explore the facilities, electric bicycles, different types of guided tours.

  • There is a bar and a shop on the premises.

  • This is a fundamental visit to understand the very essence of the island. Its strategic and geographical importance meant the need to build this immense fortress that defended Menorca during the 19th century.

  • Its attractiveness mixes a unique natural environment with its viewpoints and its historical value as it is a fortress with excellent conservation.

  • General admission: € 8.00 Discounted tickets: University students, youth card (10% discount): € 7.20 Groups + 20 pax (20% discount): € 6.40 +65 years, pensioners and young people 12 -16 years: € 5.50 Residents of Menorca: € 5.50 Children 6-11 years: € 4.00 Free entry (children 0-5 years): € 0.00

  • 971 364 040 - 686 659 400

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: June - September: daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. October: from Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. November: from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Monday closed) December: from 1 to 8: from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (closed Monday) from 9: closed. Closed from December 09 to January 31. December and January, concerted visits are accepted for groups of more than 10 people. February and March 2020: from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 2pm (Monday closed) April 2020: to specify May 2020: (subject to possible changes) from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm Monday from 10am to 3:30 pm



A charming town according to the fishing model

  • If you arrive in this little town in summer time, we recommend that you arrive early since then it fills with tourists and it is difficult to find parking.

  • If you feel like it, you can combine this visit with relaxation at one of its nearby beaches: Binibeca beach or coves such as Binisafuller, Biniparratx and Binidalí.

  • Binibeca is located just 8 km from Mahón, on the southeast coast of Menorca.

  • It is a town built in 1972 and built for tourist purposes, following the model of the old and typical fishing villages.

  • The houses are generally low in structure, whitewashed and with dark wood openings. They are perfectly located following the model of fishing villages, between labyrinths and slopes.

  • In Binibeca you will find excellent gastronomic, leisure and accommodation offer, since it is prepared for it.

  • Binibeca is one of those enclaves that amaze. A town built in 1972 following the model of authentic fishing villages.

  • It is a unique experience to walk through its narrow streets, between low, whitewashed houses and labyrinthine streets.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Naveta des Tudons

Prehistoric monument

  • Due to its historical wealth, it is worth visiting this monument, it will not take more than a few minutes.

  • For more information, go to the official website menorca.es

  • The Navetas were a funerary construction used in prehistoric times, in the Middle Bronze - Late Bronze Age stage (1400 - 1000 BC).

  • It corresponds to the Talayotic culture and owes its name to the inverted ship shape.

  • The naveta measures 13.6 meters long by 6.5 wide and was discovered in the middle of the 20th century. In the excavations bones belonging to one hundred bodies were found, accompanied by various grave goods.

  • They were monuments where collective burials and offerings were made.

  • Its constructive characteristic is the fitting of medium stones without mortar or the help of other material

  • It is not possible to enter or climb the naveta for reasons of security and conservation of the monument.

  • It is the most recognized monument on the Island, for its state of conservation and for its age.

  • In addition, it is a constructive structure that only exists on the island, which makes it unique.

  • Adults: € 2. Children from 8 to 15 years old and over 65: € 1.20. Children under 8 years old: free entry. Monday: free entry. From October 25 to Easter: free admission

  • 902 929 015

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    Hours: January to April - every day - free access May to October - Monday 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. - Tuesday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8.15 p.m. November and December - every day - free access Location: Accessed by the main road from Maó to Ciutadella, km 40.


Faro Punta Nati

A lighthouse between cliffs and wild nature

  • We recommend arriving at the lighthouse in the afternoon and enjoying a sunset from this lonely and unique site.

  • The lighthouse is located 6 km from Ciutadella, on the extreme northwest of the island.

  • It was sent to build by order of the French, after the sinking of one of their ships in 1910, General Chanzy, in which more than 150 people died.

  • It was put into operation in 1913 and was inhabited until the second half of the 20th century.

  • It consists of two independent buildings, a 19 m high tower with a hexagonal plan and a height of 42 m above sea level

  • To the right of the lighthouse are the remains of a battery built during the civil war and of an old observatory.

  • It is very easy to get to the place, to get to the Lighthouse, you must leave the car in the parking lot and then walk 15 minutes.

  • This site keeps its uniqueness in the environment. Located on stony and desert soil, it stands between immense cliffs.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Faro de Favàritx

A visit that marvels for its uniqueness

  • Live a sunset at the lighthouse. Its lunar and desert environment, of blackened stones will amaze you.

  • To get there, you can opt for a shuttle bus transport service that leaves from the Mahón bus station. We recommend checking schedules and frequencies.

  • If you are interested in lighthouses and their surroundings, you can do the lighthouse route, 7 in total distributed on the Island.

  • The Favaritx Lighthouse is located northeast of Menorca and 17 km from Mahón. It is the first with a concrete tower and its construction lasted from 1917 to 1922.

  • What motivated its location were the shipwrecks that occurred on these coasts at the beginning of the 20th century. Both from ships of the French company General Trasatlántica.

  • The lighthouse is 28 m high and its light reaches up to 16 nautical miles. It is located within the Es Grau Natural Park, created in 1995.

  • Before arriving, we find the Cós des Síndic lake, a temporary natural pond that is formed thanks to the storms with rainwater and sea and that is fenced for preservation.

  • You can visit the exhibition of maritime signals displayed inside, with advance reservation.

  • We arrived at another of the lighthouses that exist on the Menorcan island. One of the most visited by the magnificence of its surroundings, with a rugged and lunar appearance.

  • Both in summer and winter it is an essential visit because it takes us to another landscape that contrasts with the rest of the island. Step by step the environment changes and falls in love.

  • Free

  • 971363066

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cala des Talaier

White sands on a virgin beach

  • To get there, we recommend leaving your car parked in Playa Son Saura and taking the path that leaves on the left. From there you will have to walk about 15 minutes to get there.

  • The beach does not have services so you should take everything you need to have a quiet time with you: don't forget water, sunscreen and something to eat.

  • Cala Talaier is a small beach, 50 meters long and 80 wide. It has shallow turquoise waters and white sands.

  • It is located south of Ciutadella, very close to the well-known Son Saura and Cala Turqueta beaches.

  • To get there, you must go on foot, from either of these two beaches, walking about 15 minutes.

  • Among the essentials, you cannot miss the delight of relaxing on a beach. This in particular is a hidden beach and therefore less crowded and much more natural.

  • It is an ideal place to enjoy with children, due to its shallow and crystalline waters.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cala De La Macarelleta

Neighboring beaches of the best known

  • Do not miss the opportunity to get to know these wonderful enclaves. Of course, keep in mind that in Macarella there is a small beach bar, so it is a good idea to go equipped with as many things as possible.

  • If you feel like walking, you can walk from Cala Galdana. It is about 30 minutes of hiking route that is very interesting.

  • The two enclaves are located in the south of Menorca. They are characterized by extremely crystalline waters of a deep turquoise color and surrounded by cliffs and pine forests.

  • Macarella is at a distance of 14 km from Ciutadella and is part of the Natural Area of Special Interest on the south coast of Ciutadella, so there is no construction interposed between it and nature.

  • It is surrounded by high cliffs covered with pine forests, which gives it a unique appearance. Just 500 meters from Macarella,

  • Just 500 meters from Macarella, is Macarelleta, which is accessed on foot by a path from Macarella.

  • In Macarelleta, taking advantage of the isolation and solitude, nudism is commonly practiced.

  • In Macarella there are two parking lots. One of them is 15 minutes walk from the beach and the other 5 minutes.

  • Both Cala Macarella and Macarelleta are among the best known on the island. Due to its turquoise waters, its surroundings and white sands, which makes it an inescapable destination.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cala Mitjana

Menorquin idyll

  • An excellent plan, if you want to take a walk, is to walk from Cala Galdana. From there, you must take the path that leaves to the right and in 20 minutes you will be in the beautiful Mitjana.

  • Although they are considered a virgin enclave, during the summer season many people tend to attend so it is advisable to arrive early to get a good place.

  • Both coves are located within the municipal department of Ferreries, in the south of the island and are characterized by their white sands and crystalline waters in contrast to the vegetation that surrounds them.

  • They are sheltered from the wind by low cliffs and this allows the climate to be ideal for enjoying the sun and swimming.

  • Cala Mitjana is 140 m long and has a parking lot just 150 m from the sea.

  • Cala Mitjaneta, on your right, is a bend of white sand on the path that is reached from Cala Galdana.

  • In addition to parking, the Beach has restrooms during the summer.

  • These two coves are truly an essential point for anyone looking to enjoy unspoiled corners surrounded by nature in its purest form.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cala Morell

Surrounded by rocks in an area of prehistoric value

  • Visit the Necropolis of Cala Morell, just 500 m from La Cala.

  • Investigate the place and locate the caves of prehistoric origin that are in the surroundings and that are worth visiting.

  • It is located in the north of Menorca, 9 km from Ciutadella

  • The most interesting thing about this cove, in addition to its rugged landscape and crystal clear waters, are the prehistoric caves that are around it and that you can freely access.

  • In addition, it is framed in the vicinity of the Talayotic necropolis and that historical value gives it a special weight.

  • This is a very particular cove that may surprise you. Especially since it is surrounded by cliffs and small concrete platforms have been built to facilitate bathing.

  • There is only a small stretch of sand and in it you can find most of the services.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cala en turqueta

One of the best beaches in Menorca

  • Being one of the most famous and familiar beaches, it is usually very crowded. It is best to go early or closer to sunset.

  • Take everything you need with you and keep in mind that it only has a small beach bar at the entrance.

  • This medium-sized cove is located on the south coast, just 15 km from Ciutadella, surrounded by lush vegetation.

  • It is a virgin beach so it only has bathrooms, a small beach bar in the parking lot and a lifeguard in the summer months.

  • To get there, you can go by car. From Ciutadella, the path is very well signposted. Once there, leave the car in the parking lot and walk ten minutes to the beach.

  • There is a fairly uniform view in considering Turqueta as one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, and this makes it a fundamental place to visit.

  • The color of the vegetation, the cliffs and the turquoise color of the water that gives it its name, contrast with each other, giving it a beauty that falls in love.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cala Pregonda

Solitary and reddish sand

  • It is essential to bring everything you need, since the Cala does not have services. Don't forget to bring enough water and sunscreen.

  • Don't forget to bring enough water and sunscreen.

  • Avoid visiting it during the months of July and August which is when it gets crowded despite its isolation.

  • It is also not advisable to go on Tramuntana days, since it usually blows strongly in this area.

  • It is also not advisable to go on Tramuntana days, since it usually blows strongly in this area.

  • Cala Pregonda is located in the north of the island, 7 km from Fornells, somewhat further from the rest and at the foot of a hill.

  • It is located 10 km from Mercadal, about 45 minutes by car from Ciutadella.

  • The biggest attraction is the unique setting. Surrounded by cliffs, it has reddish sand and crystal clear waters that are striking for the contrast.

  • In front of it there are two islets that protect it from the waves and the wind, which is usually strong in the Tramuntana season.

  • To get there, from Mercadal, you must take the road in the direction of Fornells and deviate in the direction of Cavallería until you find the detour to Binimel.la / Cala Pregonda.

  • Once in the parking lot, it is necessary to walk 30 minutes to get to the cove.

  • It does not have services so it is essential to bring what you need.

  • We finish the essentials of Menorca referring to this cove that stands out from the rest. Especially for its golden-reddish sands and its more desert environment than those we have traveled.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Cala Tortuga

A jewel in the heart of the Biosphere Reserve

  • Take everything you need with you, since the beach does not have services.

  • It is a special place for diving or snorkeling, thanks to the rocky bottom, especially on the sides.

  • Tortuga Beach is located in the north of Menorca, 17 km from Mahón, in the area of the Biosphere Reserve.

  • It takes its name from the lagoon next to the beach, often inhabited by turtles.

  • It is a virgin beach, open and surrounded by low cliffs. It has white sands and shallow waters.

  • It is a little frequented beach since it can only be reached on foot, walking about 45 minutes.

  • To get there, before reaching the lighthouse, follow the signs for Camí de cavalls until you reach the cove.

  • This beach is wonderful, very close to the Favaritx lighthouse, it is a remote place in the north of the island visited by those who love a virgin and natural environment.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed


Ajuntament de Maó

Pieces of history in its alleys

  • Do not miss the possibility of listening to an organ concert in the Church of Santa María, it is a true gem.

  • To drink or eat, stroll through Hannover and Sa Murada streets, a pedestrian area full of gastronomic venues.

  • There is a route that the City Council proposes to know the Historic Center. Enter the official page to consult it.

  • Mahón was born on the southern shore of the port, which was later surrounded by population and buildings.

  • During the Middle Ages various walled enclosures were built (of which certain remains remain) and later cultures left their mark on the style of their buildings.

  • The old town is known by entering its streets as it is full of buildings that have had their own importance.

  • Among the essential sites, we highlight: The Town Hall: magnificent building of the colonial heritage of the 18th century in French-style baroque. Principal de Guardia, an 18th-century building for the English guard corps, with a red facade. Church of Santa María: building of great architectural beauty in front of the Town Hall. The 15-meter-high organ, undoubted protagonist, is emblematic. The Sant Francesc Church. Menorca Museum. An old Franciscan convent, confiscated in 1835 that houses the museum with important archaeological collections. Calle de Isabel II: this street is the one with the largest number of stately buildings from the 18th century.

  • Visiting the historic center of Mahón, its historic streets and the buildings that populate it, is a unique experience.

  • Formerly walled in the Middle Ages, this part of the city preserves its essence and shows the mixture of cultures that have occurred throughout history.

  • Free

  • 971 36 98 00

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

    hours: Town Hall location: Plaça Constitució, 1 07701


Cova des Coloms

A monumental Cathedral in the rock.

  • It is recommended to go early to be able to make the round trip with light.

  • After visiting the colossal cave, an excellent plan can be to complement it with a beach, such as Binigaus. Or visit another nearby cave such as Xalar or Galliner de Madona.

  • The Cave draws attention due to its dimensions. It is 300 meters long, 24 meters high and 15 meters wide.

  • Nature and the passage of time have sculpted this wonder that is also known as The Cathedral.

  • There are two alternatives to get there: do it from Es Migjorn or from Santo Tomás Beach.

  • From Migjorn, you must follow the signs to the beach and then start the path descending through the ravine (there is a cemetery at the beginning), following the indications to the cave or cave.

  • From the beach, it is only necessary to follow the path and the indications.

  • The Cova des Coloms is the most famous cave among those that are part of the Binigaus ravine, especially for its monumental dimensions.

  • It is not so easy to get there so it is important to pay attention to the indications that exist as a guide.

  • Free

  • 1 h - 2 h

  • schedule Subject to business hours

    local_activity No ticket needed

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