At the southeastern tip of the Balearic island of Menorca you will encounter the charming town of Sant Lluis. Boasting a varied coastline, with fine sand beaches and cliffs, here you will find the beautiful coves of Binissafuller, Biniancolla and Binibeca, with whitewashed fishermen's houses in the common Balearic style. The old rural farmsteads, typical examples of Menorcan architecture, and remains of prehistoric "talaiots" (megalithic constructions) such as Es Pujol are another unique characteristic of Sant Lluis. Another beautiful sight in Sant Lluis are the numerous windmills, like Molí de Dalt, home to the Ethnological Museum. The country tracks and trails that run through the village make this scenic destination ideal to explore on foot or by bike.