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Flights to Palma de Mallorc

The capital city of the island of Mallorca, Palma is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Spain and an absolute must if you’re seeking sun, sea, sand and serenity by day and an unparalleled party scene by night. Visitors to the area fall in love with its pristine beaches, majestic Gothic architecture, sleepy hill towns and stunning mountain scenery. Whether you’re just after some top-of-the-range tanning opportunities or want some fascinating cultural experiences thrown in too, the getaway of a lifetime is pretty much guaranteed on this jewel in the crown of Spanish islands. Book your cheap flights to Palma de Mallorca today, and you’ll be luxuriating on golden sands in no time.

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        Flight frequency: Several / Week

        Currency: EUR (€)

        Population: 401,270

        Overview of Palma de Mallorc

        Nearly half of Mallorca’s population lives in Palma, so it’s certainly the place to be if you want to sample the true essence of this island paradise. For anyone eager to escape the UK and soak up some Mediterranean sun, there’s a fantastic choice of beaches to explore. Pick Cala Major if you’re looking to bronze in unbeatably beautiful surroundings. Follow the tourist trail and spend your days on the Playa de Palma – this beach is the beating heart of the island in the summer months, with a vibrant, buzzing atmosphere and a host of restaurants and bars within easy reach. To inject some adventure into your holiday, spend some time exploring Mallorca’s magnificent natural wonders. There are deserted coves to be discovered, glorious cliffs and bays to be traversed. Experience island culture and traditions with a visit to one of its old manor houses, many of which have picturesque olive and almond groves attached.

        Restaurants and nightlife in Palma de Mallorc

        A visit to Palma is a thrilling culinary journey, with excellent fresh produce served up in innovative ways throughout the city. For distinctive Mediterranean fare packed with heart and soul, Simply Fosh promises a dinner to remember. Housed in the refectory of a 17th century convent, the restaurant has bags of character and a mouth-watering menu to match. Hunger sated, party animals should hit Palma’s frankly phenomenal nightlife circuit. You’ll be entertained into the wee hours at super-clubs such as Joy and Tito’s. The foam parties in Palma are legendary; be sure to hit one up and enjoy a night of shameless silliness. For a quieter way to see out the day, enjoy an intimate evening of cocktails on the beach.

        Shopping in Palma de Mallorc

        With the prospect of a bunch of crazy nights among the beautiful people of Palma, you’ll want to hit the shops in preparation! Luckily, Palma is full of fantastic places to spend your holiday cash. Explore the narrow side-streets and you’ll find a wealth of familiar favourites including Zara, Mango and Massimo Dutti. For an afternoon of leisurely browsing in the comfort of air-conditioning, pay a visit to the Centro Commercial Porto Pi, an ultra-modern shopping centre located near the port. Fancy a more authentic shopping experience? On Monday, Friday and Saturday mornings the Plaza Mayor plays host to a characterful outdoor crafts market. Savvy shoppers are sure to spot a brilliant bargain.

        Events and attractions around Palma de Mallorc

        In the summer, the island of Mallorca comes to life with festes (festivals) filled with locals looking to have a good time. Anyone on the hunt for a more authentic party experience than the large tourist-filled nightclubs should certainly go along. There are plenty of attractions in Palma to keep everyone happy for the whole holiday. Embark on the two-hour climb to reach the ruins of Castell d’Alaró, and you won’t be disappointed with the end result as the views of the island are simply spectacular. If taking to the water is more your scene, why not take a half-day boat trip around the dazzling Palma coastline?

        Find Hotels around Palma de Mallorc

        As a top tourist destination, Palma and Mallorca are not short of great places to stay. From coastal villas to budget hotels, find your ideal place to stay with our booking tool below.

        Travel to and from Palma Mallorca Airport

        Palma de Mallorca Airport is adjacent to the village of Can Pastilla, 8km away from Palma itself. It's the third-largest airport in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona, which testifies to the popularity of the city with travellers from all over the world.

        IATA code: PMI

        Name: Palma Mallorca Airport

        Address: 07611 Palma de Mallorca, Islas Baleares, Spain

        Telephone: +34 902 40 47 04


        There are both short and long-stay car parking options available for reasonable prices at Palma Airport. You can access the secure long-stay car park via a free shuttle bus service just a few minutes away from the airport terminal. The short-term car park is located opposite the terminal, with a tunnel directly linking it to the departures area.

        Public Transport

        The Line 1 bus connects Palma Airport to the main points of interest in the city, and to the seafront promenade. Buses come approximately every 15 minutes, and a journey will cost you €3.


        If you plan to take a taxi from Palma Airport, make sure to use the taxis provided at the terminal. Avoid taxi drivers offering services from other points around the airport. Your taxi journey from the airport will cost you a minimum of €12, but it is one of the quickest and most convenient ways to access the city centre.

        Car hire

        For the freedom to explore Palma and the surrounding areas to the fullest, hire a car from one of the various rental companies at Palma Airport. These include big names such as Avis.