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Cheap flights to Menorca

Why You Should Visit Menorca

Menorca is one of the Balearic Islands known for its incredibly beautiful terrain, sandy beaches and historic landmarks which makes it an exciting destination for people of all tastes. Be sure to take a visit to the beautiful Harbor of Mao in the island’s capital where you will find many charming buildings and quaint cafés to sit out and take in the sights. Active travelers will want to get out and about and explore the island’s many possibilities, with many exciting activities such as kayaking, hiking and cycling to be enjoyed. The island also hosts a number of vibrant festivals each year and boasts its fair share of bars and clubs for partygoers.

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Arriving In Menorca

Menorca Airport is located less than 5 km from the city of Mahon, the capital of Menorca, and is made up of a single terminal complex. When you have arrived at the airport you can find bus services which can take you into the city, although many opt to make the short journey by taxi. Inside the airport there are a few cafés as well as a restaurant available for travelers, while you can also enjoy duty-free shopping or connect to the airport’s free Wi-Fi network to keep yourself occupied.

Menorca Airport primarily handles flights from around Europe, most of which are on a seasonal basis. If you are looking to travel from the UAE to Menorca you will not be able to make the journey nonstop as there are no airlines providing direct flights. Menorca Airport handles regular flights from Madrid Airport, allowing UAE travelers to make the journey with only one stopover all year round.

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Menorca Travel Information

In Menorca the weather is pleasantly hot over the summer with average highs of just under 30 degrees between July and August, while temperatures remain relatively mild even over the winter. As Spain is a part of the Schengen Area, UAE nationals are able to enter the country visa free for up to 90 days at a time within a 180-day period. The island is served by an efficient bus network which can make it easy to explore, while there are a few car rental agencies available at Menorca airport just next to the terminal building if you are looking to rent your own vehicle when you arrive.

* This information is correct as of November 2017