Car hire from
less than 18€ day!

Family run car hire business in Menorca

No hidden extras!

Fully comprehensive insurance


Book early!

Avoid disappointment

Meet and greet
at airport

No Deposit

No hidden costs
no excess

Family run

Car Hire Menorca has been hiring out cars in Menorca for more than 25 years.
We are a family run, British owned business
, and are at your service during your stay in Menorca.

Customer Services

Meet and greet at airport

When you arrive at Mahon Airport we will be waiting for you in the arrivals hall. We will take you directly to your car which will be ready for you in the airport car park. No queuing, no bus ride to a car lot,
no unexpected expenses.

Just get in your car at the airport and begin your holiday!

No Deposit Required

Menorca gets very booked up at the height of the season. Why risk paying the last minute inflated prices offered by many companies? Book early with us to secure your hire car – there is no deposit to pay – and you will have one less thing to worry about. You can start to look forward to your holiday!

No hidden costs, no excess

All our rentals include fully comprehensive insurance (for driver between the ages of 25 and 75 years). There is no charge for extra drivers and you have unlimited mileage. We supply a full tank of petrol, just bring the car back full, and don’t worry, there is a petrol station at the airport.

We will meet you at the Airport

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Menorca Information

Come and visit our beautiful Island!

Usefull Links


Medical Matters


Chemists, known as Farmacias, can be distinguished by the flashing green cross hanging above the shop front.
Click here to find a list of all Chemists in Menorca.
Click here to find a list of Emergency/Out of Hours Chemists.

Hospitals and Health Centres

Public Hospital

Hospital Mateu Orfila (Menorca)
Ronda de Malbúger, 1
07703 Mahón
Tel: +34 971 487 000

Public Health Centres

Mahón : Centro de Salud Dalt Sant Joan, c/Fornells, 106-7. Tel: 971 353 255
Ciutadella: Centro de Salud Canal Salat, c/Antonio Maria Claret. Tel: 971 480 111 / 971 480 112

Private Medical Assistance

Policlinica Virgen De Gracia (Hospital)
C/. Avda.Vives Llull,6, 07703 Mahón, Menorca
Tel. 971 351 115

Clinica Menorca
C/. Canonge Moll, 1, 07760 Ciutadella, Menorca
Tel. 971 480 505

Centro Medicina Avanzada
c/San Sebastian, 60. Mahón Tel: 971 360 033

Most resorts have a private medical centre.
To receive free medical treatment in the public health system in Spain you need to obtain a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) before leaving the UK.
This card does not cover you for any private medical treatment – make sure you take out the appropriate travel insurance.


The main shopping areas in Menorca are to be found in Mahón and Ciutadella.
The shops are generally open between 10-13:30 and 17:00-20:00 although it is becoming more common for shops to be open all day, particularly in the resorts.
Most supermarkets are open from 9:00 – 21:00, with many now opening Sunday morning 9:30-14:00.


Most banks are only open Monday to Friday 8:30-14:00.
There are cash machines to be found in most resorts but charges can be high. You will normally be informed of charges applicable, and be given the chance to cancel the operation if you wish to do so.

Things to do in Menorca

There are a multitude of activities, restaurants and beaches in Menorca, all waiting to be visited.
Pick up one of the many free guides to be found at the airport or in hotels and shops and take the time to plan and make the most of your holiday!

Useful Motoring Information



Be careful to fill your car with the correct fuel:
Petrol (‘gasolina’) : green pump
Diesel (‘gasoleo’) : black pump

Speed Limits

In nearly all urban areas, the speed limit is 30km/h
On the main Mahon – Ciutadella road the speed limit is 90 km/h (to be confirmed!) but this does reduce down to 70km/h and even 50km/h at various points.
Be careful to stick to the limits for your own safety, and also because there are several fixed speed cameras on the island, as well as at least one police vehicle with a speed camera fitted, and the fines are heavy, from 100 to 500 euros.


Most towns offer Pay and Display parking – generally denoted by blue road markings.
These are a reasonable option if you just wish to park for a maximum of a couple of hours. You normally have to pay for this parking between 9:30 and 14:00, 17:00 and 20:00, Monday to Friday, and 9:30 until 14:00 on Saturdays – but please check on the machine, as times may vary.
If you do go over the allotted time and receive a fine, there are instructions, in English, on the machine on how to pay the fine immediately. If you do this the fine is reduced to about 3 or 4 euros.
If you see any of the following signs – don’t park there!

Don't park on side of road with sign
Don't park on either side of the road


Seatbelts are compulsory for everyone and heavy fines payable if you are caught by the police not wearing them.
Children under the age of 12 must sit in the rear of the car on a booster seat. Alternatively you can bring, and use, a seat belt height adjuster if you have one.
An appropriate baby seat must be used for infants.


In the event of a breakdown at the side of the road you must put on the high-visibility waistcoats provided before exiting the vehicle. You must then place the supplied warning triangles 50 metres in front of, and behind the vehicle. Then give us a call.