How to get from Mallorca to Menorca: Best routes

In this post we explain in detail what are the best options available to go from Mallorca to Menorca. We tell you about the different means of transport you can use, as well as their timetables and approximate prices.

If you are thinking of travelling to the Balearic Islands, this article may be very useful for you. So take note so that you can travel as well prepared as possible.

How to get from Mallorca to Menorca

You have two options for getting from one island to the other: you can take a plane or go by ferry via the different ports on the islands.

By plane

This is the quickest way to get from Mallorca to Menorca, as you will arrive at your destination with a direct flight of only 45 minutes.  There are more than 150 flights a week between the islands, so you won’t have any problems with timetables. Prices vary greatly depending on the airline, but you can find return tickets for less than €20.

But before you get on the plane, you’ll need to get to the airport, so here are the best ways to get to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI):

  1. The fastest and most comfortable way to get to the airport is through You can get to your destination from anywhere on the island of Mallorca from 45€.
  2. The second option is to take a bus. The A1 line is the one that connects the capital with the airport. There are also other lines that have direct connections to the airport, such as the A2 (S’Arenal), A11 (Camp de Mar-Magaluf), A32 (Can Picafort-Alcúdia), A42 (Cala Bona) and A52 (Campos).

Once you arrive at Menorca Airport (MAH), you can take a taxi to any town on the island.

By ferry

If you can’t find cheap flights or you prefer to take your car with you, you can also get from Mallorca to Menorca by ferry. The duration of the journey varies a lot, as it depends on the ports of origin and destination you choose and the type of ferry you are travelling on. Journey times can vary between 1.5 and 6 hours.

The fastest route is between the port of Alcudia and Ciutadella. Tickets cost around €50 and the frequency of trips between the two ports is 4-5 per day. You can get to the port in two ways:

  1. Booking a taxi on our website to get to the port of Alcudia.
  2. The second alternative is to take a bus. The bus line 302 is the one that connects the capital with the port. There are also other lines that have a direct connection with the port of Alcudia, such as the A32 (Can Picafort-Palma Airport), 302 (Can Picafort-Palma), 315 (Sa Pobla), 322 (Pollença) and 324 (Can Picafort).