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Why Menorca?

Although popular as package holiday destination, with cheap flights to Menorca, Spain, you can afford to tailor-make your own perfect Balearic getaway.

If you’re looking to relax on beautiful beaches, experience countryside and rugged coastlines then Menorca is the perfect place to visit. Hike the island’s gorgeous nature reserves, horse ride through the ancient countryside, mountain bike the rugged Camí de Cavalls coastline, or simply relax on one of Menorca’s pristine beaches. Book cheap Menorca flights and look forward to a holiday to remember.



When to book cheap flights to Menorca

Menorca enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with warm temperatures throughout the year. The island is at its hottest in July and August, with temperatures peaking at around 25°C and occasionally surpassing 30°C. Summer is by far the best time to book Menorca cheap flights if you’re planning to try water-sports such as kayaking and diving. If you’re not a fan of the heat then a great time to fly to Menorca is in spring or autumn. Hotels are usually less expensive during the off-peak months too. Looking for hotels, apartments or places to stay in Menorca? Search Ryanair Rooms for great value deals.



What to see in Menorca

There is no shortage of things to do and see once your cheap flights to Menorca arrive. The island is perfect for beach related activities, such as kayaking, diving or just sitting back and chilling out. Explore the island’s volcanic caves by kayak for a truly wonderful experience. Menorca’s rugged coastline is perfect for hiking or mountain biking and its gorgeous countryside is ideal for horse riding.

Heading inland, must-sees include Monte El Toro, a gothic church known as Sanctuary of the Virgen del Toro and Ciutadella de Menorca cathedral, a magnificent 13th century gothic cathedral, famous for its intricate architectural detail. Meanwhile, the beaches of Son Bou, Fornells, and Binibeca are picture-perfect, boasting crystal clear water and sandy coastlines.



Getting around

Menorca is the smallest of the Balearic islands and getting around is pretty easy. Buses connect most of the major towns on the island and you’ll find there are extra services in operation during peak tourist season. If you don’t want to rely on public transport when you fly to Menorca ,you can rent a car via Ryanair Car Hire and make your own way around the island – book in advance online and your car will be ready and waiting for you when your Menorca flights land.



What to eat in Menorca

Menorca is renowned for its delicious seafood. One of the most popular dishes in Menorca is bacalao ab burrida, a cod-based dish served with garlic sauce. S’Amarador in Ciutadella is a great restaurant to discover the best seafood Menorca has to offer. Specialty dishes include seafood stews, lobster and a huge variety of traditional Menorcan tapas. Be sure to sample some of the local cheese from Mahón too. Bon appétit!