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Departure Mon, 07 Oct Return Mon, 14 Oct
STN London
MAH Minorca
return from £70
Departure Sat, 21 Sep Return Wed, 25 Sep
LGW London
MAH Minorca
return from £145
Departure Fri, 04 Oct Return Fri, 11 Oct
MAN Manchester
MAH Minorca
return from £108
Departure Mon, 23 Sep Return Mon, 30 Sep
BRS Bristol
MAH Minorca
return from £110
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Travelling to Minorca

Minorca Attractions

Encircled by azure turquoise-blue waters bejewelled by boats, that lap a sun-drenched coastline and hidden coves only reachable on foot, Minorca (also known as Menorca) is a little slice of paradise. Charming villages dot the undulating countryside speckled with vineyards and olive trees, where excellent hiking and cycling trails abound. It is the second largest of the Balearic Islands and its positioning means that it has been influenced by many different cultures including Arabic, Roman, British and French. Minorca's mix of historical heritage, great weather and stunning scenery attract visitors from far and wide.

Things to do in Minorca

Whether you want to discover Minorca's ancient sights, get a dose of culture in the main towns, relax on the beach or hike along the Camí de Cavalls, Minorca caters to all visitors. The island's must-do attractions range from shopping for handicrafts, eating local cuisine, snorkelling in the crystal-clear sea and visiting art exhibitions and historic sights.

On a trip to Minorca be sure to:

  • Wander through the port town of Mahon, the administrative capital of the island
  • Explore the enchanting shops and street-life of Ciutadella, the island's old capital
  • Visit the workshops of local artisans and pick up some souvenirs, from jewellery to ceramics and embroidery
  • Learn about the island's history at the Museum of Menorca and the Municipal Museum of Ciutadella, among others
  • Check out the "navetas" burial monuments that are said to date back to the 9th century BC
  • Try local dishes and cheeses and an array of authentic produce from the island
  • Sail around the island and witness Minorca's most pristine coves and landscapes from another angle
  • Hike some of the Camí de Cavalls that runs right around the edge of the island
  • Lie back on fine white sand lapped by clear turquoise water and let your troubles melt away
  • Take a tour of Binifadet, the island's main winery
  • Watch the sunset over the sea at the Cavalleria's lighthouse, gin and tonic in hand

Minorca Airports

Menorca Airport is situated close to the island's capital, Mahon. Primarily a tourist airport, it handles flights mainly to destinations throughout Spain and Europe, with travel at its peak during summer months.

  • Menorca Airport

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    A number of airlines operate flights to Minorca including: Vueling, Monarch Airlines and Air Europa.


    Menorca Airport is located approximately 7 miles southwest of Mahon, the island's capital city.


    There are numerous car rental agencies that operate from Menorca Airport. If you wish to take the bus, Route 10 connects the airport to Mahon, from where services to other parts of the island can be taken. Taxis are available from the taxi rank outside the terminal.

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