The settlement of Son Mercer de Baix is the main archaeological site of pre-talayot Menorca, formed by diverse habitable navetas or naviforms. Although very small, the settlement is really spectacular, not just for the views of the nearby river ravines, but also for the presence of the most spectacular navetiforme in the Balearics: the Sa Cova des Moro, declared an artistic monument in 1931.
Inside the property, along the rocky walls of the ravine, another archaeological site can be found: la Cova des Pas, a cave which served as a collective burial site over five thousand years ago. Its exceptional state of preservation has allowed archaeologists to gather valuable information as to the life and death of Menorcans from this period.
In the Son Fideu ravine, next to Son Mercer de Baix, lies one of the most charming properties of the Mascaró family: the prairie of Son Fideu, 35 hectares of fruit trees, mainly cherry, apricot and peach trees. Son Fideu is like a secret paradise, reached by an intricate winding path and where it is possible to feel the true essence of the island in absolute silence.