Menorca

Best time to go and how to get there

Menorca: When to Go

Although the weather is glorious, summer (late-June to August) can get very busy on the island, so we recommend spring (April to early-June) or autumn (September to early-October) when it is still warm enough to swim, and walkers and cyclists can enjoy the coastal paths in comfort. International flights are reduced during winter, which can make visiting trickier.

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Getting There

NB, please do not rely solely on this information for your travel planning.

MENORCA: BY AIR

From the UK: carriers include Jet2 and easyJet.

Within Europe: try Vueling, Air Europa, easyJet, Ryanair and Iberia.

Getting Around

Although there are public buses and taxis, we'd recommend hiring a car as it’s by far the easiest way to get about. The roads are relatively quiet, and follow a simple fishbone system that makes them wonderfully easy to navigate - there's a main road running east to west, and then smaller roads leading off it towards the coast. Driving also allows you to explore the many pretty beaches and more rural areas, which are highlights of the island.