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Airport, Balearic Islands
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We understand that as soon as you arrive at Menorca Airport, you’ll want to be on your way to your destination. So we’ve made hiring a car a quick and easy process and you’ll also be able to take advantage of the range of facilities and features we have available to aid your trip.
With sun-kissed beaches, amazing views and a glorious climate, Menorca is a stunning island to visit. If you're travelling here, Menorca Airport (also known as Mahon Airport) is the main point of arrival for visitors to this Balearic island, and its capital city, Mahon.
You'll find our branch in the airport's main car parking area, just by the terminal - conveniently placed so you can start your holiday or set off for your business appointment in no time at all. Our offices are open from 7am-10pm throughout October until March then, during the summer season, we open from 7am-11pm so you can be sure that picking up your hire car is easy whatever the time of year.
With our best price guarantee as well as no cancellation or amendment fees* you can rest assured that you're getting a good deal. You can also earn frequent flyer points with every booking, plus you have the option to pay for your car rental either before you arrive in Menorca or when you come to collect it.
*When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made
Found in the south-east of the island, Menorca airport is situated around 5km south of the capital city of Mahon. Thanks to Menorca's comprehensive road network, you can travel around the island with ease. The drive into the capital will take around 10 minutes along the ME-12, and will be signposted as Mao.
The main motorway which runs through the city is the ME-1 and this takes you along the centre of the island - you can break off from this road to reach wherever your destination may be.
Ciutadella de Menorca, one of the main cities on the island, is around a 45 minute drive away along the ME-1. Arenal d'en Castell is along the east coast of the island and is a half-hour drive from the airport, along the ME-7.
Your hire car from Menorca Airport will get you around the island comfortably, but if you want to head out and explore on foot, be aware that any signs saying ‘Vado Permanente' or ‘Gual Permanent' mean you must not park there. These could be entrances to driveways, garages or an area which other vehicles must be able to access. If you're parking in a bay which has blue lines, this area is a pay and display. Spaces with yellow lines are reserved and if they are white, it's free to park there.
When driving in a hire car, you need to make sure you have the right documentation with you at all times. In Menorca you'll need a copy of the hire document, your driving licence and passport (or a copy). You must be over the age of 25 and have held your licence for over three years to be able to hire a car in Menorca. You can find more information on driving around Menorca here.
With a wide range of travellers passing through our locations every day, we've got a wide range of vehicles on offer to suit your needs - from smart executive saloons to compact family hatchbacks. ***
***Specific cars may not be available when booking
The 216km coastline is home to over 100 beaches. With crystal clear waters surrounding the island itself, it's no surprise these beautiful sands are a must see for anyone visiting this island. To the north, the beaches are quieter and, due to the northern winds, are better suited to those who enjoy a range of water sports such as sailing and windsurfing. With the reddish grains more common on the island's northern beaches and golden sands on those in the south, Menorca's variety of beach terrains gives you plenty of scenic retreats to choose from.
Son Bou, located to the east of the island, has one of the largest stretches of sand compared with anywhere else in Menorca – three miles of it. It's the ideal place to visit if you're travelling with family, as there are life guards which patrol the beach and there's easy access down to the sands. It's around a half-hour drive from Menorca Airport, just along the ME-1 northbound and turning south-west onto Carretera de Son Bou.
Believed by many to be the spiritual centre of Menorca, the shrine at Monte Toro has been a place of pilgrimage since the 13th century. Monte Toro is the tallest hill on the island, rising 357 metres above sea level, and offers wonderful views plus a courtyard and refectory.
A 30 minute drive from Menorca Airport along the ME-1 is the Castle of Santa Agueda. Constructed on another of the island's tall peaks, it's not clear exactly when the castle was built, but it was a vital element in keeping Menorca safe from invasion. A 45 minute walk of the castle ruins and the outer wall will let you experience many of Menorca's most satisfying sights.
Another sight well worth seeing is the harbour in the capital city of Mahon. At 5km long and over 1km wide, it's one of the largest natural harbours in the world. Take a stroll around the area to see ships pulling into port, or take a trip on one of its glass-bottomed boats to enjoy the view of the fish in their crystal-clear waters.
Whether you're here on business or looking to make the most of the weather, this Balearic island will provide you with fascinating history, captivating views and some of the most beautiful beaches around.