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The Talaiots (9th century BCE) are Bronze Age megalithic monuments. They are evidence of the arrival of agriculture and cattle breeding to Ses Salines, which has survived to the present day.

The salterns of Sa Vall or of La Colònia de Sant Jordi are the second oldest salterns in the world (4th century BCE). They were first exploited by the Punic merchants. Salt production continued to be the main focus of activity for the Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Christians. The importance of the salterns is reflected in the name of the municipality. Salts is still extracted in August using traditional methods.

During the Islamic period, Ses Salines was an estate of the juz of Manaqur. In 1230 it was conquered by King Jaume I, who incorporated Mallorca to the Catalan-Aragonese Kingdom.

Monuments – Ses Salines

Remains of the prehistoric and protohistoric settlements: Talaia Joana and es Talaiots de Na Mera, Es Mitjà gran, Els Antigors, etc.

Punic remains on the island of Na Guardia and remains of Roman ships near the coast.

S’Estany, a 15th century fortified building located next to the saltern; S’avall watchtower (15th century); and the Torre de ca’n Bàrbara fortified building, a military architecture building located by the church.

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