Mahón (Menorca)
Mahón (Menorca)

Mahón (Menorca)

When you arrive in Mahón, you’ll have the whole island of Menorca and its stunning countryside on your doorstep!

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From 05/06/2023 to 30/09/2023








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5 good reasons to go to Mahón (Menorca)

Sunbathe on the island’s divine beaches
Sunbathe on the island’s divine beaches
Sunshine and stunning beaches mean Menorca is an appealing destination all year round. The island boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the Balearics. Cala Sa Mesquida, cala Tortuga, cala Turqueta and cala Mitjana are all delightful. And there are a total of 131 beaches bathed in turquoise waters where you can laze around in the sun.
Explore picturesque towns and villages
Explore picturesque towns and villages
But the island has more than just idyllic beaches, it also boasts charming towns and villages. The two largest cities are Mahón and Ciutadella. You can’t leave Menorca without walking down their traditional little streets and seeing some of their historic landmarks. The coastal village of Binibeca is definitely worth a visit. It stands out for its pretty, white houses.
Venture into scenic countryside
Venture into scenic countryside
Book your flight to Menorca, and imagine being by the sea and walking through unspoiled countryside. Take a hike over mount El Toro and enjoy the stunning view over the bay of Fornells. 30 km from there, on the cape of Favàritx, the S’Albufera des Grau nature reserve is simply magical. Lots of birds have made it their home.
Mind-blowing archaeological sites
Mind-blowing archaeological sites
In Menorca, archaeological remains reveal the presence of prehistoric man on the island. Many unbelievable archaeological sites have been excavated, including the Cala Morell Necropolis and the Talaiotic village (Balearic civilisation) of Torre d’en Galmés. To learn more about the history of the island, you need to take a tour of the Menorca Museum in Mahón.
In search of Menorcan cuisine
In search of Menorcan cuisine
Islanders enjoy lots of local dishes. Seafood takes pride of place: lobster and cuttlefish are cooked in lots of different sauces. Foodies go wild for Mahón cheese and sobrassada, a Menorcan sausage made with paprika. When it comes to cakes and confectionary, sweet or salty cocas and ensaïmada pastries are exquisite.

To see / do

Culture and history

Mahón, the capital city

Mahón, the capital city

Mahón (or the Port of Mahón), the capital of Menorca, is the island’s main port and the distance between the coastline and docking area is over 5 km! The city is peppered with beautiful landmarks that must be seen up close. Santa-Maria Church, Plaza de España square, the Town Hall and Fortress of Isabel II are all spectacular sights. And why not visit the Menorca Museum, installed in a former convent.

Ciutadella, the island’s former capital

Ciutadella, the island’s former capital

On the opposite end of the island, you’ll find Ciutadella. Ciutadella is more traditional than Mahón and you’ll enjoy wandering around its narrow, medieval streets. The city is dotted with stunning manor houses and palaces such as Salort Palace, the Palace of Olives and Palace Vivó. The Cathedral, Town Hall, fortress and churches contribute to the beautiful scenery of Ciutadella. 

S’Albufera des Grau nature reserve

Menorca is a unique island that’s been designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. And within that reserve lies the protected S'Albufera des Grau nature reserve. The area, which is very humid, is home to a hundred bird species, native plant species and more. A number of pathways through the reserve mean you can observe nature up close.


Take a trip to a gin distillery

If the island has a national drink, it has to be gin made from grapes and juniper berries. Menorcan gin has been produced here since the 18th century. It rapidly became famous and is now exported worldwide.  Perhaps you’ve heard of Xoriguer gin? Well, you can visit the company’s distillery in Mahón. 

Cova d’en Xoroi

Cova d’en Xoroi

Cala en Porter is the most unusual place on the island to have a drink. Cova d’en Xoroi is a natural cave by the sea, and it’s been done up as a bar-nightclub. Several rooms are nestled into the side of a cliff, meaning you can gaze out at the incredible view and have a fun evening at the same time.


Seafood stew

Seafood stew

In Menorca, why not try the local lobster stew, which is called Caldereta de Langosta. It’s made with bread, tomatoes, peppers, herbs and spices. The whole lot is cooked slowly so that the lobster flesh is soft and tender. It’s sometimes served with aïoli (garlic mayonnaise).

Ensaïmada, a type of bread made with lard

Originally from Mallorca, ensaïmada rapidly won the hearts of Menorcans who made it one of their specialities.  Ensaïmadas are small, sweet bread rolls made using reduced pork lard and cooked in a spiral.  They can either be plain or filled with sweet cream, fruit, chocolate or other treats. It’s up to you to find your favourite.

Practical information

Flight duration


Time difference





679 km

Average temperature


21°C (max 26°C)


27°C (max 30°C)


19°C (max 24°C)


17°C (max 21°C)

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