Menorca is the second largest of the , located to the northeast of and is the least overrun and most tranquil of the Balearics.
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Popular Destinations

is the capital city of Menorca. Known interchangeably as and Mahon, the city became the island's capital following the British Occupation of the island in 1708. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is one of two major cities on the island of Menorca. Photo: Ben Salter, CC BY 2.0.

Mercadal is a central town of Minorca with about 5,000 people. Photo: Nicolas G. Mertens, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is on the southwest coast of Menorca. Photo: Enfo, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Archaeological site
Photo: Dreizung, CC BY 3.0.

Archaeological site
Photo: Dreizung, CC BY 3.0.

is a natural cave located in the island Menorca, in the gully of Binigaus, that has been declared Bien de Interés Cultural. Photo: Andrómeda7, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Archaeological site
Photo: Dreizung, CC BY 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is a small municipality in southern Menorca in the . Photo: Discasto, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is a municipality on the island of Menorca, in the autonomous community of the . Photo: 1997, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Sant Tomàs of , or Santo Tomás in Spanish, is a small village on the south coast of Menorca, part of the Spanish located in the Mediterranean Sea. Photo: Discasto, CC BY-SA 4.0.


39.9494° or 39° 56' 57.8" north
4.0594° or 4° 3' 33.8" east
IATA airport code
148 metres (486 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 4076068946
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Menorca
  • Afrikaans: Minorka
  • Arabic: Menorca
  • Arabic: منورقة
  • Aragonese: Menorca
  • Armenian: Մենորկա
  • Asturian: Menorca
  • Azerbaijani: Minorka
  • Banjar: Menorca
  • Basque: Menorca
  • Belarusian: Менорка
  • Breton: Menorca
  • Bulgarian: Менорка
  • Catalan: Illa de Menorca
  • Catalan: Menorca
  • Cebuano: Minorca
  • Central Bikol: Minorka
  • Chinese: 梅诺卡岛
  • Czech: Menorca
  • Danish: Menorca
  • Dutch: Minorca
  • English: Menorca Island
  • English: Minorca
  • Esperanto: Minorko
  • Estonian: Menorca
  • Finnish: Menorca
  • French: Minorque
  • Galician: Menorca
  • Georgian: მენორკა
  • German: Menorca
  • German: die Kleinere
  • German: kleine Schwesterinsel Mallorcas
  • Greek: Μινόρκα
  • Hebrew: מנורקה
  • Hungarian: Menorca
  • Icelandic: Menorka
  • Ido: Minorka
  • Indonesian: Menorca
  • Irish: Mionarca
  • Italian: Minorca
  • Japanese: メノルカ島
  • Korean: 미노르카 섬
  • Ladino: Menorka
  • Latin: Balearis Minor
  • Latin: Minorica
  • Latvian: Menorka
  • Lithuanian: Menorka
  • Lower Sorbian: Menorca
  • Macedonian: Менорка
  • Malay: Menorca
  • Malay: Minorca
  • Marathi: मेनोर्का
  • Norwegian: Menorca
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Menorca
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Menorca
  • Occitan (post 1500): Menòrca
  • Persian: منرکا
  • Persian: مینورکا
  • Polish: Minorka
  • Portuguese: Menorca
  • Portuguese: Minorca
  • Romanian: Menorca
  • Russian: Менорка
  • Russian: Минорка
  • Sardinian: Minorca
  • Scots: Minorca
  • Scottish Gaelic: Menorca
  • Serbian: Менорка
  • Serbo-Croatian: Menorca
  • Sicilian: Minorca
  • Slovak: Menorca
  • Spanish: Isla de Menorca
  • Spanish: Menorca
  • Swedish: Menorca
  • Tagalog: Minorca
  • Thai: เกาะมานอร์กา
  • Thai: เกาะมินอร์กา
  • Thai: เกาะเมนอร์กา
  • Turkish: Minorka
  • Ukrainian: Менорка
  • Upper Sorbian: Menorca
  • Vietnamese: Minorca
  • Waray (Philippines): Menorca
  • Welsh: Menorca
  • Western Frisian: Minorka
  • Wu Chinese: 梅诺卡岛
  • 메노르카섬

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