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Menorca Airport (MAH) is conveniently close to the capital city Mahon, which is just 4.5 kilometres (2.8 miles) away. From Mahon, you can then get to almost any corner of the island. Even for journeys to Ciutadella, some 47 kilometres (30 miles) away on the other side of Menorca, you can expect to dedicate no more than an hour of your time to the trip.
Transfers from Menorca Airport to Mahon run at least once an hour. The frequency rises to one bus every 30 minutes between June and September, and all buses stop at the main bus station in Mahon.
Another option when planning your Menorca transfers is to take a taxi. Although waiting times can occasionally be a little long during the busiest months, taxis offer a fast, comfortable option, and are reasonably priced, especially if you are staying in the Mahon area.
The island is really small: only 60 kilometres (37 miles) from one end to the other, and the average width is just 20 kilometres (12.5 miles). So, getting around Menorca is remarkably simple.
Bus routes connect many of the major towns, and extra buses are often run during peak months to deal with larger crowds. New routes to local beaches are regularly being added, making it easier than ever to visit a different beach every day. What’s more, the fares are cheap as chips at a couple of euros a journey.
The main bus route from Mahon to Ciutadella connects the two main cities of Menorca and runs once an hour. The main bus company, Transportes Menorca (TMSA), which paints its buses an unmissable red and yellow in honour of the Spanish flag, operates this service.
TMSA also runs buses to almost all the major resort towns along the south, west and east coasts, with an additional number of other services running during peak months. And getting around Menorca is particularly easy for Brits, as TMSA’s helpful website is available in English and has downloadable timetables with all the latest information.