Car Hire Menorca

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We are a family company specializing in car rental in Menorca. We are dedicated to this activity in Menorca since 1975, always trying to satisfy our customers and offering them the best service.

You can pick up the rental car at the Menorca Airport, at the Port, or at our offices

Delivery and direct collection at the airport, an employee of ours will be waiting for you with the vehicle upon your arrival, without queues or waiting.

We are located in the Polígono Industrial de Mahón and in Es Castell, 1 km from the airport.

Why book with us?

  • Our prices are closed, without small print or extra charges, without surprises.
  • We do not charge for gas, it is returned with the same amount that is delivered.
  • You can make the payment with a credit, debit, transfer or cash card.
  • We do not retain any deposit on your card.
  • Additional driver FREE. – Unlimited mileage.
  • Cancellation of free reservation 3 days before.

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Cars Rent Menorca. Additional driver FREE. – Unlimited mileage.
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What to visit in Menorca

There are a lot of megalithic monuments on the island (navetas, talayots and taulas), but along with them there are also galleries, hypostyle rooms, covered enclosures, caves, etc.

It has been found important archaeological sites in the prehistoric settlements of Trepucó and Talatí, the naveta des Tudons, a burial site dating from the transition from the Pretalayotic to the initial Talayotic, between Ciudadela and Ferrerías.

There is also a Paleo-Christian basilica in the vicinity of the beach of Son Bou (Paleochristian Basilica of Son Bou) and the rubble of a fortress in the mount of Santa Águeda, the last point of resistance of the Muslims before its conquest by Alfonso III in 1287.

In the Monte Toro, in the center of the island is the Sanctuary of the Virgin of the Monte Toro (patron saint of Menorca).

In Ciudadela de Menorca highlights the Cathedral-Basilica of Santa Maria de Ciudadela, built between 1300 and 1365, which combines Gothic and neoclassical styles.

The island is surrounded by an old footpath, the Camí de Cavalls (GR-223) which has a length of around 210 km.The Camí de CavallsThe GR-223, known as Cami de Cavalls (Camino de Caballos), is a long-distance trail that circles the island of Menorca, in the Spanish archipelago of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea.

The length of the GR is 185 kilometers with a great variety of geology and landscape, passing through beautiful beaches, interiors of pasture, cultivation and forest as well as urban areas such as Maó-Mahón, capital of the island in the eastern zone, and Ciutadella de Menorca in the west.

“The Camí de Cavalls is not, only, a path made of the sum of paths or paths, which goes around the island, but a collective heritage that is part of our identity “. This phrase by J. Gomila illustrates the feeling of the Menorcans towards the Camí de Cavalls, an itinerary that will allow us to enjoy the variety p Aisajística and the ethnological elements of the island and observe the contrast between the urbanized areas and the virgins.

Technical dataThe Camí de Cavalls has a length of 185 kilometers and has been divided into 20 stages.Although its maximum height is only 125 meters, the cumulative difference reaches 4000. Being a circular route you can start at any point, but km 0 is located in the Culàrsega del Puerto de Mahón from where the first stage starts.

It has been approved as GR 223 and is signposted with square stakes every 50-100 meters and information panels at the start of the stages.

The more than 100 barriers that have to be crossed are a reflection of traditional activities, such as livestock, still active in the vicinity of the road. Source: Wikipedia)