Maybe that is why I decided to leave Menorca to study History at first and then to obtain my doctorate degree in Prehistoric Archaeology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. After that I came back to work as an archaeologist,which I have been doing for the last 9 years. I have been the director not only of the digs of the Cartailhac premises at the Torre d’en Galmés prehistoric village but also the partial restoring of the village of Trepucó and the excavation of the Santa Eulàlia church in Alaior. I have also participated in the archaeological works carried out at the Es Pas funerary cave, at the Ses Arenes de Baix sepulcher and the Islamic necropolis in Cornia. Apart from this, I have worked in several elementary and high schools all over the island giving talks on the history and prehistory of Menorca.
In 2011 I pursued a postgraduate study in Cultural tourism through the Barcelona University. My idea was to develop a project on archeological tourism that would make the archaeology of Minorca known to our visitors. The result of that is what you can see here today.