Area: Baleari
Place: Menorca

Port of Menorca (Mahón)

On this page you will find information on the port and the possibility to search all the Ferry Timetables by and for Menorca (Mahón), easily bookable online.

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The port of Menorca (Mahón) is served by the following companies
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The Port of Menorca (Mahón)

Located at the end of a narrow inlet in the south-eastern part of Menorca, the port of Mahón is the most important port of the islandInside, activities related to pleasure boating and passenger traffic are essentially carried out

From the long and massive main quay the ships depart for the ports of mainland Spain (Valencia , Barcelona) and that of Palma de Mallorca, capital of the island of the same name.

Several shipping companies operate in the port area of ​​MahónAmong these is also Trasmediterranea.

How to reach the port of Menorca (Mahón)

There are various ways to get around the Menorcan territory.

Once on the island, it is possible to rent a car or a two-wheeled vehicle.

If you prefer to move in an alternative way, you can take advantage of the road transport service, entrusted to three private companies: TMSA , Torres and AutosfornellsThe second company we mentioned, Torresmakes connections between the airport and Mahón (line 10) and between the center (bus station) and the port (line 11).

To stay up to date on lines, timetables and fares, we invite you to consult the official websites of the three transport companies.

Airport connections - Port of Menorca (Mahón)

The island of Menorca has its own terminal: it is the Mahón airport , located 8 km from the port of the capital

At the airport it is possible to rent a car with which to reach the port area of ​​Mahón. 

A valid alternative is represented by public transport (Torres company). Line 10 connects the airport with Mahón bus stationOnce at the bus terminus, you can reach the port on foot or with line 11For more information, take a look at the airport and Torres portal.

Connections Train station - Port of Menorca (Mahón)

From the bus terminal you can reach the port area of ​​Mahón on foot or by taking line 11 of the Torres company (Route 11 Bus station - Maó port).

Services available on the Port of Menorca (Mahón)

  • Maritime station
  • Ticket offices
  • Bars, restaurants
  • Hotel, B&B
  • Car, motorbike and boat rental

Ticket offices on the Port of Menorca (Mahón)

Trasmediterranea, Estación Cos Nou, n. 6

Shops within (or near) the Port of Menorca (Mahón)

Near the port area is the city ​​center, along whose streets there are a series of commercial activities where you can make your purchases during your stay on the island. In particular, we suggest a walk in Carrer Nou, the shopping street of Mahón: along this pedestrian street there are numerous shops selling typical products, including the famous Menorcan sandals.

What to see near the port of Menorca (Mahón)

The main places of interest in Mahón are almost all concentrated in the vicinity of its port.

One of the most important buildings in the capital of Menorca is certainly the church of Santa MariaThe original structure - destroyed by lightning - dates back to the 14th century. Rebuilt by the British in 1748 in a neoclassical style, the church houses a very precious organ, the work of the Swiss masters Otter and Kirburz. 

Also noteworthy is the nearby church of the Carmine: built in the eighteenth century, it is characterized by its powerful buttresses and the dome covered with red bricks.

Not far from the church we find another place that can only attract your attention. We refer to the Museu de Menorca, located in what was once the convent of San FrancescoFor those who want to delve into the centuries-old history of the island, this is the right place to visit. Next to the museum there is the church dedicated to the poor man of Assisi.

Two other buildings that you will notice walking along the streets of the city are the neoclassical-baroque municipal palace (Ajuntament de Maó) and the Principal Theater, one of the oldest and most important opera houses in Spain. Also worth mentioning are the Pont de Sant Roc (one of the ancient gateways to the city), the Fortaleza de Isabel II (called la Mola), the Golden Farm, the island of Lazzaretto and the island of the King.

Mahón rhymes not only with history and cultureAlthough the undisputed capitals of nightlife are Ibiza and Formentera, the Minorcan city defends itself very well: if you want to have fun, we recommend spending time in Baixamar, the port district, the heart of the nightlife of the capital of Menorca.