The largest of the Balearic Islands, Majorca (Mallorca) can be defined as sun, sand and magic. Its pristine beaches are characterised by their emerald coloured water and golden sand, illuminated by the smiles and laughter of its visitors. It is an island forever full of life and the essence of the Mediterranean. Exploring the streets of its capital, Palma de Mallorca offers a limitless discovery of new sights and hidden corners.
Mallorca is an island to lose oneself, to meditate, to enjoy and to fall in love. The “Valle de Orient”, located in the heart of Mallorca, is one of the many magical places to visit. Here visitors can enjoy an idyllic location, bordering on perfection.
: Located in the south-west of the island in Calvia, it is approximately a 30 minute transfer from Palma airport to Santa Ponsa. The island resort is cradled by a small group of hills home to many apartments and villas. Santa Ponsa features two 18 hole golf courses, known as Santa Ponsa I and Santa Ponsa II. The third golf course is a 9 hole course, known simply as Santa Ponsa III.
: One of the most popular holiday destinations on the island, Alcudia is situated at the base of a small, jutting peninsula in the north-east of the island of Majorca. Transfers from Palma airport to Alcudia traverse the length of the island and take approximately 45 minutes. Holiday goers who make the transfer are well rewarded as Alcudia boasts an impressive beach 10 km long, a charming town with structures more than 600 years old, as well as the modern Port of Alcudia.
: Cala d Or is located on the Eastern coastline of the island. A transfer from Palma airport to Cala dOr will take approximately one hour. Cala d Or has a number of hotels, apartments and villas as well as marina. The area is made up of Cala d Or itself, Cala Ferrera and Cala Egos.
: Situated between the airport and Magaluf, Palma Nova is a quick taxi transfer from Palma airport. It's proximity to the capital, Palma, combined with its resort atmosphere has converted Palma Nova into a main holiday destination for many tourists from all over the world.
: Magaluf is one of Majorca's most lively destinations. Filled with bars, clubs, discos and restaurants, Magaluf has become a major holiday destination for countless young people as well as families. Our most common transfers from Palma airport to Magauf are for minvans and minibuses, a testament to the numerous bachelor and hen parties celebrated in this area year after year.
: Located on the north eastern most peninsula, Puerto Pollensa is just north of Alcudia and set against the backdrop of the Tramuntana moutain range. Transfers from Palma airport to Puerto Pollensa generally take less than an hour and are well worth the trip. Puerto Pollensa has everything you'd expect from a first class holiday destination, including numerous hotels, apartments and villas for rent. All this, combined with its sandy beaches, make Puerto Pollensa one of our top Majorca airport transfer destinations.