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Menorca Holidays 

With more beaches than any of its neighbours, Menorca’s impressive coast might make you wonder why this isn’t the most visited of Spain’s Balearic Islands. With the warming sun and more water activities than you can shake your snorkel at, it’ll be hard to drag your feet away from the sand. But when you do, you’ll find even more reasons to love the island, and our selection of Menorca holidays will show you why. 

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A Mediterranean climate with temperatures that average mid-20s (°C) in the summer and are comfortably mild winter. Expect some rain between November and February.

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Menorca Airport is around 4.5km away from the capital city of Mahón.

Book a cheap holiday to Menorca with Airtours to discover one of Spain’s most authentic and beach filled islands. 

Featured holidays in Menorca

Sa Mirada Apartments

7 Nights, Self Catering
Hotel highlights
  • Fabulous views over the sea
  • Apartments sleeping up to five
  • Relaxed atmosphere

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Marinda Garden Club

7 Nights, Self Catering
Hotel highlights
  • FREE kids' places
  • Airtours Kids' Club
  • Unlimited use of Aquarock waterpark

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smartline Marina

7 Nights, Self Catering
Hotel highlights
  • Free kids' places
  • Great location near the marina and beach
  • Waterpark access on selected dates

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Based on 326 reviews

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Hamilton Court Apartments

7 Nights, Self Catering
Hotel highlights
  • Great for families
  • On the seafront of Santo Tomas beach
  • Apartments sleep up to eight

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Based on 175 reviews

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Cales de Ponent

7 Nights, Self Catering
Hotel highlights
  • Apartments sleeping up to five
  • Relaxed atmosphere
  • Close to the beach

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Based on 333 reviews

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Self Catering villas and apartments can be a cheap alternative but there are also purpose built resorts around the island with affordable All Inclusive options. From the older resorts of Punta Prima to the more modern resorts of Calan Bosch and Calan Forcat, there’ll certainly be a deal to suit you. 

The beach life here is definitely one to experience, but it’s not the only thing to discover on your holiday. Many regard Menorca as the most authentic of Spain’s Balearic Islands and our selection of holidays will show you why. 

Luckily in Menorca, you get quantity and quality when it comes to beaches. You may not have time to see all of them but there are some you won’t want to miss. Cala Turqueta is one of the most famous beaches and with its white sandy shoreline and untouched feel, it’s no wonder. Located about 10km south of the city of Ciudadela, there are no facilities on the beach so bring your own food and drink. For a more family friendly beach, Son Bou is one of the longest on the island and has plenty of facilities.


With so many beaches, it’s no surprise there are massive amounts of water sports available. If you want a bit more of a relaxing time, bring goggles and take advantage of the clear water or go on one of the many fishing trips available

For fun on land, you can golf and cycle in stunning surroundings. Menorca’s flat countryside means all levels of cyclists can enjoy a bike ride.

The Cami de Cavalls is a route to take on foot, bike or horse and will have you discovering the most hidden parts of the coast. If you like walking, hike to the top of Monte Toro, where you’ll find the Sanctuary of the Virgin of El Toro and full views of the island.

Former capital Ciudadela and current capital Mahón are both steeped in history and give you a chance to change out of the swimming gear for a day. In Ciudadela, admire the architecture in one of Spain’s best squares, the Placa des Born. Mahón’s harbour is lovely in its own right, but located just off of it is the area of La Mola where you can take a guided tour through the Fortress of La Mola.


Menorca is best for

Water activities: With a coastline of over 200 kilometres, don’t just sit in the sand, get out in the lovely clear water. Swimming, kayaking, sailing and paddle boarding are all waiting for you.  

Cyclists: Menorca’s flat terrain makes for pleasant, easy bike rides and will help you discover some hidden parts of the vast coast. The Cami de Cavalls is one of the most famous routes. 

Culture seekers: The cultural heritage of Menorca can be seen throughout the island, with festivals happening all summer to celebrate this. Explore the old capital of Ciudadela and the current capital of Mahón where you can see everything from gothic cathedrals to traditional horse trotting races.

Fast facts

Language: The main language is Spanish though Catalan is also spoken. In the tourist areas, English and German are widely spoken. Menorca is also known as Minorca, as in minor in comparison to its neighbour Majorca.  

Currency: The currency used in Menorca is the Euro.

Local time: 1 hour ahead of UK/GMT

Fly to: Menorca Airport, 4.5km away from the capital city of Mahón.

Flight from the UK: Approx. 2.5 hours from London, UK.

Tourist information: For more information look here.

Visa & Health: Before you travel to Menorca with Airtours, click here for advice and recommendations on visa and health topics for your holiday to Spain.

Weather and climate

Temperature: July and August are the hottest months, with temperatures averaging around 25°C and peaking in the mid 30s. Winter temperatures usually sit at around 11°C, with rainfall likely.  

Best time to visit: As it has a Mediterranean climate, the temperature in Menorca is mild all year round. Peak season is mid-July to mid-September and the best time to be in the sea is August when the water is warmest. You can enjoy around 11 hours of sunshine in the summer and around 5 in the winter. Prices outside peak time are cheaper but keep in mind that a lot of places close over the winter (November to March).

Getting Around

By train: The miniature land train travels from resort to resort. 

By taxi: Taxis are relatively cheap. At the taxi rank in the airport, all fares are posted on a column. Make sure you check the price with your taxi driver before you set off. 

By hire car: It’s a small island, but hiring a car is a good option to access some of the beaches. Hire yours from the airport or your resort. 

By bus: Buses are an extremely cheap option. 

By boat: The ports at Mahón and Ciudadela are accessible via ferry from mainland Spain, and Mahón also provides its own water taxi service.


Festivals: The Saint Joan festival takes place in every town in Menorca. The official event in Ciudadela marks the start of all the summer festivals. 

Music lovers: The International Jazz festival in spring is held in various towns around the island in both indoor and outdoor venues. The opera season at the Principal Theatre in Mahón is also extremely popular. 

Horse races: Trotting races are a big tradition in Menorca. Head to the hippodromes in Mahón and Ciudadela to see jockeys ride around in Roman style chariots.

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