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Arriving in Minorca

Minorca, one of the Balearic Islands in Spain, is easily accessible by plane for tourists who book airfare to Minorca’s airport. Several airlines offer cheap flights to Minorca, Spain, so it’s a great destination for tourists on a budget. Tourists on flights to Minorca, Spain will be pleased to discover that buses run to and from the airport every 30 minutes between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., and then hourly from 10 p.m. to midnight. The bus stops at numerous intermediate points around Minorca. Minorca Airport is situated 4.5 kilometers southwest of the capital, Mahón. The airport is home to restaurants, shops, and an Internet cafe.

Getting Around Minorca

Tourists on Minorca flights often choose to explore the region by taxi. Tourists will find numerous car rental companies in Minorca. Avis, Europcar and Hertz can be found at the airport. The majority of the beach towns in western Minorca are served by buses. They run from Ciutadella’s main Plaza, Ferreries, Alaior, and Mao. Buses serve Sant Lluis and the eastern beach towns. Buses often leave on an hourly basis.

Main Attractions in Minorca

While on vacation in Minorca, tourists may wish to visit Monte Toro, the highest point on the island where you can enjoy stunning views of the island. Xoriguer Gin Distillery offers tourists an insight into the manufacturing process of this distinctively aromatic and highly tasty Minorcan gin. Tourists are allowed to sample the beverage while here. The Museu de Minorca, a former 15th-century Franciscan monastery, is home to a collection of exhibits from Minorca’s past. The La Mola Fortress, a 19th-century Spanish fortress, provides tourists with a taste of Spanish military architecture. Tourists wishing to relax on the beach will find Es Grau and Platja de Punta Prima to be held in high regard.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Minorca

The Alaior market, open on Thursdays, offers crafts, clothes, and trinkets to tourists. Looky Boutique is an outlet selling luxurious leather accessories. Minorca is full of great restaurants. Es Pla is ideal for those who wish to feast on seafood. Ca n'Olga offers an eclectic menu made only with the finest, local produce. Sa Sinia is the perfect place to enjoy a drink and music. The DJs here play a wide range of music, allowing the venue to cater to all tastes and ages. Cova d'en Xoroi is one of only a handful of nightclubs in Minorca. Tourists can dance until the early morning here.

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Flight stats for Minorca - did you know?
  • Minorca is 10 mi from Mahon Airport (Minorca, Spain).
  • Mahon Airport (Minorca, Spain)
    • Right now, 29 airlines operate out of Mahon Airport.
    • Mahon Airport offers nonstop flights to 70 cities.
    • Every week, at least 301 domestic flights and 7 international flights depart from Mahon Airport.

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