Mahon, Menorca. Spain (Photo: sosnovska/Shutterstock)
Mahon, Menorca. Spain (Photo: sosnovska/Shutterstock)
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Cruise Critic Staff

Port of Port Mahon

Port Mahon, on the lesser-traveled island of Menorca, off the Spanish coast, is popular among laid-back European travelers. Despite not being as well-known as some of the country's other beach towns, it is well-outfitted for visitors and is a lovely option for a day of easy sightseeing or beach strolling. Among its attractions, visitors will find a gin factory, historic churches, museums and plenty of scenic beaches.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

Shore Excursions

About Port Mahon


Port Mahon has lovely, quiet beaches and several historic and cultural sights to explore


Organized excursions are often not available, so you may need to make your own arrangements

Bottom Line

Port Mahon is a peaceful, off-the-beaten path port with an interesting history

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