Car Rental Menorca

Starting from
24 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 07/02/2018 - 07/09/2018 at Menorca
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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment feesWhen the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.
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Hertz in Menorca

off the coast of Spain, it boasts peaceful white sandy beaches and enchanting wild landscapes, helping to seal its status as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Nature lovers and sun worshippers alike will be in paradise here. However you plan to spend your time here, car rental in Menorca is the ideal way to explore its abundance of attractions. We have several locations around the island for your convenience.

Browse our collection of available vehicles in advance and pick out the perfect one for you. There are no hidden charges and we won’t charge you to cancel or change your reservation up to two days before collection.

Pickup Locations Menorca

  • Calle Bajoli

    Opening hours: Mo-Sa 0830-1300, Su closed

    Address: C/ Bajoli 36,
    Poligono Industrial Poima,
    Balearic Islands

    Phone: +34 871 986 714

  • Mahon Airport

    Opening hours: (Seasonal location) / From 1 April until 30 September: Mo-Su 0700-2300. From 1 October until 31 March: Mo-Su 0700-2200

    Address: Airport,
    Balearic Islands

    Phone: +34 971 354092

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Driving in and around Menorca

As there’s no rail or subway network in Menorca, it’s easiest to navigate your way around the island by car. Menorca is a relatively small island, so you’ll find that all the things to see and do within easy reach.

The two main towns in Menorca are Mahón and Ciutadella, which are connected by the Me-1 freeway. Both boast their own unique attractions – the historic beauty of Ciutadella’s old quarter and the largest natural harbor in the Mediterranean at Mahón.

Parc Natural S’Albufera des Grau is close to Mahón, just a 15-minute journey along the Me-5. Life at this wildlife oasis revolves around a freshwater lagoon, so pack your swimming gear and hiking shoes and set off on an outdoor adventure.

More natural beauty can be found at Cala en Turqueta, one of the best beaches on the island. From Ciutadella, it takes half an hour via the Camí de Cala en Turqueta. The turquoise waters are mesmerizing and perfect for snorkeling.

Driving around Menorca is relatively simple, with the road system mostly based around the east to west main road, the ME-1. There are no freeways on the island, with smaller local roads the norm.

The signs on the roads are usually clear and easy to follow, although it’s worth noting that they do not used Anglicized place names – so for example the capital Mahón will be shown on road signs with its Catalan name Maó.

Roads around Menorca are generally relatively quiet and you’ll find plenty of parking lots available. Some spaces are marked with blue lines, meaning you’ll need to purchase a parking ticket from a nearby machine.

As in the US, you’ll be driving on the right-hand side of the road, seatbelts must be worn at all times and mobile phone use while driving is illegal.

A quick guide to Menorca

More laidback than neighboring Ibiza and Majorca, Menorca offers the perfect opportunity to get away from it all. Unlock the hidden treasures of this sun-soaked Balearic Island and explore the serene scenery at your own pace.

Exploring Mahón

A great place to start your visit to Menorca is the island’s coastal capital, Mahón. Set along a cliff looking out over the harbor, this town boasts a historic center with a distinct mix of Menorcan and British-style buildings.

Meander down to the waterside to discover Fortaleza de la Mola. At the 19th century stronghold, you can stroll around the ruins and enjoy excellent views of the surrounding coastline. From here, head back into Mahón’s center and feel the magic of the old town. The tangle of narrow streets, lined with a parade of townhouses and handsome mansions, spill out onto lively squares.

Food lovers will be in heaven, as these squares are taken over by the town’s markets every week. Try the fish market on Plaza de Espana or the stalls at Plaza Claustre del Carme, where you’ll find everything from local meats to fruit and vegetables.

In the evening, you’ll find many restaurants around Mahón where you can sample the famous local seafood. For beautiful views of the sea as you dine, book a table at S’Espigó along the waterfront. Particular specialties from this part of the island include lobster stew, garlicky clams and steamed mussels.

Vella I Bella

On the other side of the island is Menorca’s former capital Ciutadella. Affectionately known as Vella I Bella (Old and Beautiful), it’s well worth a visit to experience its breathtaking architecture.

Among the maze of cobbled streets is a parade of 17th century palaces, baroque churches and noble houses. Take snaps as you stroll along and head for Plaça des Born, Ciutadella’s epicenter.

This lively square is home to a mix of architecture, from the 19th century Ajuntament to the towering obelisk memorial. From here you can gaze down at the harbor for yet another stunning vista.

Lazy days

No visit to Menorca would be complete without some time spent relaxing on its beautiful beaches. With a rental car you have the freedom to explore the island’s top spots, whether you’re looking for a bustling, family-friendly beach or a more rugged area of coastline.

Surrounded by thick pine forest, Cala en Turqueta is paradise on earth. This sun-baked spot on the south-west coast of Menorca boasts virgin sand and tranquil azure waters. Take a snorkel and catch a glimpse of local marine life or simply take a good beach read and relax.

Further down the coast is Cala Macarelleta, an equally gorgeous cove. Head down early in the morning to beat the crowds and bag a spot on the small but pristine shore. You can find a different beach to sunbathe any day of the week, just one of the reasons why car rental in Menorca will help you make the most of your time on this golden Spanish island.