Menorca City Info

Menorca is located in the Mediterranean Sea and is one of the Balearic Islands belonging to Spain. With a beautiful climate and great beaches, Menorca is a popular holiday destination for travellers looking for sun, sea and relaxation from across Europe and the world. Famed for its tradition, wildlife and of course hot weather, Menorca is a great holiday destination for a family or couple looking to escape the hustle and bustle. Having swapped between British and Spanish ruling throughout the 20th century, Menorca is steeped in history, ensuring its architecture and culture reflects its varied past. Moreover, with an influx of British immigrants, there is a great mix of British and Spanish influence on the restaurants and nightlife of Menorca, making for a great European destination.

  • Beaches: Menorca is home to some beautiful and breath taking coastline. Son Bou stretches 3km around the coast of Menorca and is famed for its calm waters, perfect for swimming and chilling out in the warm Menorca waters. Son Bou is also a great beach for sun bathing and relaxing due to its fine sands. Other great beaches on the island are Cala Binibeca, Cala Binisafuller and Els Canutells which are charming beaches, also known for their calm waters and beautiful sands
  • Principal Theatre: When visiting Menorca the Principal Theatre is a must visit. Known for housing great acts of Spanish Opera groups from around Spain and Europe, the theatre is a great place to have an evening out with as a couple or family. The theatre is also known for its cultural events such as plays and musicals so be sure what is on when visiting the island.
  • Menorca Harbours: Menorca is known for its beautiful harbours and Balearic fishing vessels inspired by Arab design. The harbours are packed full of restaurants and vibrant cafes which offer great views of the beautiful waterways and vessels that dock in the many Menorca harbours. If you are looking for a place to sit and enjoy the day without a care in the world, one of Menorca's harbours is a perfect spot to do so.
Airport Info

Menorca Airport handles around 1 million passengers per year and serves 36 airports from across Europe. The airport welcomes aircraft from 48 different travel operators and as such accommodates much of Europe. The airport opened in 1969 and now has 16 gates connected to its main terminal building.

Menorca Airport is located 4.5km southwest of Mahon.

Menorca Airport offers cafes, shops and restaurants that will make your travel through the airport as easy as possible. The airport also offers car hire and car parking meaning get to and from the airport is pain free and convenient. The main terminal building also offers plenty of seating to relax and chill before or after your flight.

To and from the airport

By Taxi
Taxis are available outside the terminal building and offer service all of the local towns and areas. A taxi into the town of Mahon will cost roughly 10 Euros and can be booked prior to arriving at the airport.

By Bus
Bus services run every 30 minutes from the main terminal buildings and service all of the local towns. The service is as cheap as 1.50 Euros per passengers and offers a convenient way to get to and from the airport.

By Car
Menorca Airport has car hire services available from the main terminal building. The airport is located in the southwest region of the island, however the road network around the airport is heavily signposted with directions indicating routes to towns across the island.


T: +34 971 157 000

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