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Speed Limits
Motorways: 74 mph
Open Roads: 55 mph
Urban Areas: 31 mph

Minimum Driver age: 17

Minimum Driver age for Rentals: 21

Required equipment for your car: Warning Triangle. Spare Tyre. Reflective Jacket.

Seatbelts: Compulsory for both front and rear-seat passengers

General driving information: In built up areas it is prohibited to sound the horn at any time, except in an emergency. Lights may be flashed in place of using the horn.

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Mahon has been the capital of Minorca since the British moved it from Ciutadella in 1721. Lying at the eastern end of the island, it has one of the largest natural harbours in the world and has been a strategic stronghold for many nations throughout history.

Minorca is only small and most of the island is within an easy drive. If you wish to travel out of Mahon, a short drive away is the town of Es Castell. Es Castell has plenty to offer its visitors, with shopping, restaurants and nightlife.

A little further away is Fornells, an attractive fishing village on the north of the island at the mouth of a spectacular bay.

Minorca is famous for it's special Mahon Cheese which is made of cows milk, Gin (which was brought by the English) and last but not least, Mayonnaise which was invented in Mahon.

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Mahon is relaxing by day and buzzing by night. The bars and restaurants along the portside come alive in the evenings and it is easy to spend many hours down in the port taking in the atmosphere. Most of the shopping is along pedestrian streets with wonderful cake shops, smart boutiques and fresh fish and food stalls in the markets. Mahon pearls, pottery and fabulous shoes make the boutiques irresistible to those sauntering along the cobblestone streets.

Dates for Your Diary


An annual music festival is held in July and August.

Es Castell

There are market days twice a week, and the Fiesta de San Jaume, at the end of July.

Festes de Gracia

September 7th to 9th. On both days you can watch the famous Minorcan stallions and their riders displaying their abilities to the crowd.