9 properties in San Climente for sale

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San Climente, Exceptional 4-hectar finca with wonderfully planted pool-garden in the country near Binixica

560 m²

101.225 m²

5

€ 2,200,000.-

house in San Climente

San Climente, Breathtaking 40 hectare sea-view finca with outbuildings for restauration south of Sant Climent

602 m²

470.240 m²

3

€ 1,125,000.-

finca in San Climente

San Climente, Charming country house with great potential near Mahon

499 m²

20.305 m²

5

€ 750,000.-

house in San Climente

San Climente, House with 2 apartments and a large garden with pool in Binixica

305 m²

990 m²

7

€ 701,000.-

house in San Climente

San Climente, Nature, tranquillity and ample space-rustic finca near Sant Climent

215 m²

16.000 m²

4

€ 695,000.-

house in San Climente

San Climente, Family villa in Es Canutells

85 m²

508 m²

5

€ 325,000.-

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Information about San Climente and surrounding area from Porta Mondial:

Mahon is the capital of the Spanish Balearic island of Menorca.
The municipality of Mahon has approx. 28.500 residents and was founded by the Carthaginians, and there is a legend that the town was named by a brother of Hannibal.
Its architecture was strongly influenced by many years of English occupation, and the town gate Portal de Sant Roc, built around 1500, is the only remaining entrance in the medieval city walls.
In the narrow, winding alleys of Mahon interesting churches and museums can be found, next to all kinds of businesses.

From the main square Placa de Esplanada the pedestrian zone leads to the fish and vegetable market under the old cloisters of a former monastery. From here there are wonderful views over the harbour of Mahon.

The fjord-like bay (Ria) has a length of 5.5 kms and a width of up to 1.2 kms and is the largest natural harbour on the Mediterranean. Throughout history it has served seagoing nations as a safe base for their fleets.

The harbour of Mahon is the fourth largest natural harbour in the world, and today has become a popular destination for yachts and cruise ships from all over the world.