Travelling to Menorca from the UK
Menorca is becoming an increasingly popular destination with British travellers and it is no wonder why. With pristine beaches, azure blue seas and spectacular unspoilt landscapes Menorca is an enviable holiday destination. But how do you get here from the UK?
The easiest and most direct route is to fly to Mahon Airport on Menorca. Many UK airlines now provide direct flights to the island, including Easyjet, Jet2, TUI, Thomas Cook and Ryanair. You can fly from regional airports, such as Bristol and Southend, as well as larger airports such as London Gatwick and Heathrow.
Your other option is to begin your holiday on Mallorca and then catch a ferry over to Menorca. This could be a great option if you want a varied trip with plenty of flight options to Palma de Mallorca Airport. You can catch a regular ferry from Alcudia to Ciutadella with either Balearia or Trasmediterranea and the pleasant trip takes under 2 hours.
If you are planning to fly to Menorca from the UK, then chances are you will require airport parking. During the peak summer months especially finding good value airport parking can seem like an impossible task, especially if you want to save money for fun activities, such as diving, during your trip. Parkhero can help you find the best airport parking options for your trip and does not even charge you a booking fee.
For example, if you are looking for Gatwick Airport parking, you simply need to choose the airport and enter your dates and parking preferences. You will be shown a results page with a list of the cheapest to most expensive parking options for your holiday. With helpful icons and further filters, you can easily compare the different services on offer and find the best option for your trip. You do not need to create an account to make your booking and so can book in less than 5 minutes directly from the results page.
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