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Menorca is one of the less crowded of the Balearic islands, it’s home to beautiful scenery and a wonderful display of flore and fauna that includes more than 30 species of butterflies, and a vast array of flowers including the often elusive Menorca Orchids. Just like the other islands that make up the Balearic islands you’ll also find miles and miles of explorable beaches complete with grainy white sand beaches and vast vistas of crystal blue waters. This is all very easy to explore with a car on the island, which will help you get around, and prove to be much more convenient than the island’s public transport. There airport is not one of the biggest in Spain, but it does attract a lot of visitors so we recommend booking you car rental in Menorca as far in advance as you can.

 

Menorca Airport - The Facts

 

  • More than two and a half million people visit the airport in Menorca each year 

  • The Menorca airport was established by the military during the Spanish civil war

  • The first civilian flights to leave Menorca were in 1949, when the airport was still known as San Luis Airport

  • Menorca airport finally exceeded 1 million annual passengers in 1986 - it has climbed steadily since then 

 

Menorca Airport - A Short Guide 


As Menorca is quite a small, unspoiled island - the airport is quite a bit smaller than the usual airports that you’ll find throughout Spain so flying options are slightly limited, but you’ll find that many people choose to fly to a neighbouring island such as Mallorca instead and take a boat to Menorca for a day trip. However, if you want to really get to to grips with this unspoiled paradise, then you really should fly with the likes of Monarch, British Airways or Iberia, who all fly from the UK, and explore the island by car at your own leisure. You won’t be disappointed. One of the wonderful benefits that the size of such an island brings is the airport’s proximity to the capital of Menorca: Mahon. The drive from the airport to the city is practically straight: just take the ME12 from the airport and you’ll find yourself in the middle of Mahon in less than 10 minutes. 

You can use Mahon as your base of exploration when exploring the island. The city is beautiful, especially by night as the lights from the harbour cast an atmospheric glow on not just the boats bobbing in the water, but above on to the walls of the typical Mediterranean architecture of the water front homes, hotels and churches. A walk by the water after a day exploring the countryside is just the thing to help you unwind. You can even eat dinner in one of the romantic waterside restaurants with a sky full of stars above your head and the sounds of the sea just moments away. A nice drive through the island’s country roads will bring you, after some wonderful winding mountain roads, to the mountainous peak of Mont Toro - not the highest peak in the world, but at 358 metres above sea level you can expect incredible panoramic views out over the sea and even as far as Mallorca. As well as the view, you’ll find a small chapel with a statue of the Black Madonna, and a large statue of ‘Jesus of the Sacred Heart’ standing at the entrance of a Sanctuary: home to a community of Franciscan nuns. You can even explore the island by donkey if you’d like or from the water on a kayak or a glass bottom Catamaran. With enough exploration, whether by road or by sea, you’ll find some beautiful and remote coves where you can swim in isolation in pristine crystal clear warm waters. Some of the beaches can only be reached by water - so exploring on the waters can be rewarding and fun. If you prefer your activities on-land, then take to the roads and explore with your hire car - you’ll find so many quaint villages, and intriguing ruins spanning the many different architectural styles that the island has been home to. The atmosphere on Menorca is idyllic, with lush countryside and a 216km coastline that is home to more beaches than both Ibiza and Mallorca.

When your holiday is over and it’s time to head back to the airport - you’ll find the roads easy to navigate and your return journey comfortable. You’ll find many of the usual conveniences that are generally confined to larger airports, such as ATM’s that can be found in the terminal building, currency exchange, car rental desks, a number of cafe’s and a handful of restaurants. If you enjoy basking in the Mediterranean sunshine, then you should grab a drink and a light bite at the Cafeteria Solarium on floor two of the passenger terminal where you can sit outside on the dedicated terrace. If you have some Euros that you’d like to get rid of before your flight home, then you should head to the shops and duty free where you can pick up last minute gifts from the souvenir stores, alcohol, designer fashions, jewellery and local delicacies.

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