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Ankom tilfreds med Palma de Mallorca forlystelser og lufthavnstransport.
Mallorca lufthavn som er den tredjestørste lufthavn i Spanien ligger placeret cirka otte kilometer fra byen Palma de Mallorca. I løbet af sommermånederne er lufthavnen én af de travleste i Europa og ekspederer årligt over 20 millioner passagerer. Herfra opererer over 80 forskellige flyselskaber med henblik på at bringe turister og ferieglade mennesker til deres destination på den spanske ferieø.
Mallorca er et af Europas mest populære feriemål og det er der mange grunde til bl.a. øens fantastisk smukke kyster. Overalt er der skønne naturoplevelser på Mallorca: familievenlige strande, grønne bjerge, charmerende byer og tempofylde badebyer. Øen byder på masser af muligheder for at shoppe. Palma de Mallorca er fyldt med gode butikker, som gør det til en fornøjelse at finde souvenirs.
Fra lufthavnen kan du med hoppa komme nemt til din ønskede destination for en rimelig penge. Vi kan bringe dig til dit hotel enten i privat taxi eller delt shuttle-bus. Så skynd dig at forudbestil din lufthavnstransport med hoppa.
Rejsetider fra Palma de Mallorca
Puerto De Pollensa
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Coves del Drac
Cuevas del Drach is an impressive network of caves located in an old fishing village called Porto Cristo, around 65 kilometres from Palma. The caves are two kilometres long and thousands upon thousand...
Home to dragoneraz, salamanders and geckos among other lizards, this wild, uninhabited island off the dramatic south west coast of Mallorca can be reached by ferry from Paguera - or, for the adventuro...
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Perched on the rocky edge of Mallora, Castell d\u0027Alaro is one of the island\u0027s most rewarding climbs, recommended by lovers of both history and nature. These ruins, a crumbling castle, several...
This gastronomic market offers a lively ambience and an authentic taste of the Baleriacs to all who enter. Local vendors sell produce such as cheese, seafood, pastries \u0026 prepared snacks in this h...
address:Plaça de l\u0027Olivar, s/n, 07002 Palma, Illes Balears, Spain
Climb this ancient tower perched on the craggy Malorca coast. The spot is beloved by photographers and all those who enjoy a beautiful sunset. There are equally spectacular views of the mountain range...
At the heart of labyrinthian coves lies a secluded, grainy sand beach. To fully experience this otherworldly terrain, explore the rock tunnels and take a dip in he turquoise water.
address:07315, Balearic Islands, Spain
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Palma de Mallorca
Fishing nets glisten brightly in Mediterranean blue as they lie out to dry on the quayside. Behind the nets you can catch sight of the stock exchange building, La Lonja, dating from 1388 - this place,...
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La Seu Cathedral
This imposing Gothic cathedral stands tall atop the old Roman and Renaissance city walls, looking out over Palma\u0027s harbour and old town. It was built over hundreds of years on the ruins of the mo...
The narrow lanes and alleyways of the Old Town echo with centuries of sea-faring, intercontinental trade and intercultural encounters. Take a stroll around one of the largest areas of ancient building...
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Cap de Formentor
Winding roads and dramatic cliffs, north-west Mallorca is wild and beautiful. People crowd the vantage points along the road to photograph the beautiful cape that locals call the "meeting point of the...
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Monastery at Valldemossa
High mountains and deep valleys frame Valldemossa, the village where the island’s two first “celebrity tourists” (composer Frederic Chopin and authoress George Sand) lived in 1838. At the monastery, a...
Right in the centre of Mallorca lies Sineu, the island\u0027s oldest village. For over a thousand years, farmers have gathered in this picturesque town to trade cows, bulls, horses, sheep, mules, duck...
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Serra de Tramuntana
Extremely popular among nature lovers, this mountain range sprawls along Mallorca\u0027s northwest coast, offering one breathtaking vista after another and the island\u0027s best trails for hiking and...
The inhabitants of this idyllic village lived for centuries hidden in a valley behind a huge row of mountains. It was so hard to climb the mountain chain that people preferred to go to Palma by boat. ...
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Cala d\u0027Or is a medium-sized and cosy resort-town located 65 kilometres east of Palma. The city has seven picturesque bays where you can enjoy the sun and beach. This is a very popular destination...
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Bellver Castle is a well-preserved 14th century royal fortress with an amazing view over Palma Bay. For many centuries the castle was used as a prison and now it is one of the main tourist attractions...
address:Carrer de Camilo Jose Cela, Palma de Mallorca
Mondragó Natural Park is located on Mallorca\u0027s South East coast, centred around two large bays famous for their fine white sandy beaches and the amazing turquoise blue sea. The animal life in the...
address:Mondragó Natural Park, Santanyi
phone: +34 971 181 022
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Alcudia Old Town
Its 14km-long beach makes Alcudia one of the island\u0027s most popular tourist destinations, especially among families. But the city also has a lovely Old Town with picturesque narrow winding streets...
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Casal Solleric is a wonderful 18th century Baroque building located in the heart of Palma. It houses temporary exhibitions specialising in contemporary art and photography. The interior has a beautifu...
This three-hour tour on a road train stops at some of Mallorca\u0027s famous vineyards (including the island\u0027s oldest winery), where visitors get the chance to try some delicious local vintages. ...
Artestruz is an ostrich farm open to visitors. A professional guide will explain the marvels of the biggest bird in the world, before you get the chance to ride an ostrich or meet some baby birds in t...
Like the name implies, this is the place to come for some jungle adventures. This 9-hectare forest has courses made up of bridges, ropes and zip lines from tree-top to tree-top. There are different le...
This mini-golf course is located in the heart of Palmanova, just a few metres from the beach. Three different 18-hole mini-golf courses with waterfalls and different obstacles and a snack and cocktail...
This place always draws big crowds eager to enjoy the wonderful tapas. Some house specialties are Setas al Roquefort (mushrooms in Roquefort sauce) and Datiles con beicon (dates wrapped in bacon).
address:Paseo Sagrera, 3, Palma
phone: +34 9 71 72 00 26
Ca N\u0027Eduardo serves traditional Mallorcan seafood. You can be sure that the ingredients are the freshest in town, since this wonderful restaurant is located right next to Palma\u0027s fish market...
This Italian restaurant is located on fashionable Boulevard de Palma and offers a mix of glamour and tasty cuisine. The pizza is a treat, baked in a wood fire oven, but pasta, meat and chicken are als...
address:Calle Fábrica, 10, Palma de Mallorca
phone: +34 971 28 82 60
Il Paradiso is Mallorca\u0027s most beautifully located restaurant, in a fine mansion outside Palma. This is an upscale Italian restaurant where you can relish fine dining in luxurious surroundings. T...
El Olivo Restaurant is perhaps one of the finest restaurants on Mallorca because of its beautiful surroundings, high in the deep green mountains, always lit by candlelight, creating a romantic and ele...
If you want to revel in creative Spanish cuisine from prize-winning chefs this is the place to go. In addition to the delicious food, you will be able to enjoy some breathtaking views from the restaur...
address:Urb. Costa Deià. Ctra. Sóller-Deià, Sóller
Las Terrazas Beach Club in Illetes is only a ten minute car ride from Palma and its terraces overlook a small sandy beach and rocky cove. This restaurant/swimming hole allows patrons to relax in one o...
This family-run bistro is situated in one of the most charming areas of Palma, behind the Cathedral. With a menu consisting of Asian and Mediterranean dishes such steamed dumplings with goat cheese sa...
This authentic Thai restaurant, located in the southwest of Palma, near the harbour lighthouse, offers a variety of dishes like grilled prawns with homemade spicy Thai sauce and red beef curry with co...
address:Avinguda Joan Miró, 244, Palma de Mallorca
Restaurant Sebastian is located in a former stable that has been redesigned into an amazing and cosy restaurant with stone walls. In the evening they light the restaurant with candles which gives it a...
Inca has several "cellers" (restaurant/wine cellar), but this one is, without a doubt, the best, serving succulent lechona and tumber, and in the winter, oxtail soup with mushrooms. All of this, of co...
Located right on Soller\u0027s main square, it\u0027s a perfect place for people watching, as the tram passes right by the outdoor seating. Another place to try local specialties, some favourites are ...
Though only serving a few menu choices, this exquisite upscale restaurant is a culinary experience. It is located in a beautiful and vast medieval building, and has a tasting menu worth €75 and region...
This excellent chain of cafes can be found at several places across the island. In Palmanova it is right in the centre of town. The salads come highly recommended -Ensalada Griega or Ensalada César- a...
Can Joan de S\u0027Aigo is the oldest ice-cream place in Mallorca. The crowd here always consists of a mix of locals and tourists, both young and old. If not in the mood for ice cream, they serve hot ...
A great place to relax right in the heart of Palma, Cafe Bonnaire\u0027s terrace entices patrons to spend the afternoon in leisure over a coffee and some light food. It is a charming and cosy place th...
This busy and popular restaurant situated in the heart of Port Alcudia offers tasty and fresh food like tapas and cuisine from Galicia. The atmosphere has a rustic charm and the staff serves food at v...
This pricey restaurant seems to never disappoint. It offers a menu of delicious Mediterranean cuisine using products from the nearby countryside combined with skilled technique, and always delivers fa...
In the 17th century, this astonishing building was a palace – now it’s a cocktail bar with fruit and flower decorations. The interior is old-fashioned and elegant and Abaco is a must for the newly eng...
Next to Pacha on the Paseo Maritimo lies Tito’s, famous for its lavish shows and special themes, such as "erotic", "1001 nights" and "Studio 54". Back in the 1950\u0027s and 60\u0027s, Ray Charles and...
With a capacity of 3,000 people the award winning BCM Planet Dance is the biggest nightclub in Mallorca. Foam parties, gigantic LED lasers, firework explosions and well renowned DJ’s such as David Gue...
address:Magalluf Av S\u0027Olivera, Calvia
phone: +34 971 13 15 46
Bars & Nightlife
Nikki Beach Club Bar
The world-famous Nikki Beach Bar attracts a young and hip crowd with its stylish décor and funky beats. Come here to just enjoy the atmosphere and relax on a sun bed with a delicious cocktail or dress...
address:Avenida Notario Alemany 1, Magaluf
phone: +34 971 12 39 62
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This bar in Palma is reputed to play the best music on the island, but of course that depends on who you are asking. If you are into classic hits from the 70\u0027s, 80\u0027s and 90\u0027s, you will ...
Right in the heart of Palma, located in a 16th century mansion, you can find this popular jazz club. They serve food and host live music performances almost every day. It tends to be very crowded, so ...
address:C/ Apuntadores nº5 (La Lonja), Palma de Mallorca
If your vision of a fun night out includes an Irish bar and pints of beer you should head to Hogan\u0027s. It offers live music and sports events several nights a week and of course there is a big var...
address:Carrer de Monsenyor Palmer, 2, Palma de Mallorca
Tim\u0027s Bar is a bit of an institution in Port d\u0027Andratx. It lies directly by the harbour and people come here to drink a glass of cool white wine and relish in tapas while watching the yachts...
address:Avinguda de l\u0027Almirant Riera Alemany, 7, Port d\u0027Andratx
phone: +34 971 67 18 92
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El Garito Café
This bar and club, located in the marina of Can Barbera, starts the evenings with lounge music, to later on turn up the volume and rhythm. It is well-visited and you can stay the whole night if you ar...
Only ten minutes north from Palma you find this brand outlet with shops like Reebok, Levi\u0027s, Nike and Quicksilver. It is open daily and you also find restaurants and a cinema here. There are both...
Spain’s department store colossus is both loved and hated, but successfully performs the main task of a department store, which is to offer most things to most people. Here you find designer fashions,...
address:Avda. De Alexandre Roselló, 12-16, Palma de Mallorca
If you want to have everything under one roof, this is the place to go. At Porto Pi Centro Comercial you can not only shop in stores like Disney Store, Pepe Jeans, Massimo Dutti and Zara Home but also...
address:Avenida Gabriel Roca 54, Palma de Mallorca
Every Wednesday the small village of Sineu, located right in the middle of the island, increases its visitor count when the market is held. Here you find everything from animals, fruits and food to je...
The market in Inca is widely known for its leather goods, as its nickname “Leather City" indicates. On Thursdays leather merchants from all over the island gather here making this is the place to visi...
In a beautiful building from the 15th century, a former cinema was transformed into this 800 square metre lifestyle concept store in 2007. Come here to revel in interior design, books, unique gifts an...
address:Carrer de Sant Feliu, 3, Palma de Mallorca
If wine is your thing you cannot miss this shop. Revel in thousands of bottles from all over the world. Famous wineries and labels you never heard of, you find them all here. The owner is always more ...
Just off one of the main shopping streets you find the large market hall in Palma. If you come here in the morning you can sit down for a coffee and just watch the hustle as everyone prepares their st...
Every Sunday morning, in the small town of Consell, there is a well-visited flea and antique market. You can find everything from elegant cupboards to rusty car engines in the about 300 stalls and the...
Pollensa Town Market
Even if you do not find something fun to shop, a visit at Pollensa Town Market is never wasted. The small village is known for its beauty and if you climb the 365 steps to the old church you will have...
Depending on which company you hire from, you might be able to pick your car up at the terminal itself.
If you don’t mind taking a shuttle bus to the pick-up location, renting with an off-site company can save you money.
It takes around 20 minutes to drive from the airport to the city centre. There is only one way you can leave Barcelona Airport by car — follow the signs for the C-31 or C-32 (towards Barcelona), as these will lead you to the ‘Gran Via’, ‘Avinguda Diagonal’, ‘Ronda de Dalt’ or ‘Ronda del Litoral’, which are some of the main roads towards the city.
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Palma de Mallorca Information
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1 Euro, € = 100 cents
The Daily Bulletin, daily newspaper in English
Diario de Mallorca
General opening hours are 9am–2pm and 5pm–8pm or 9pm on weekdays. Some shops stay open during the siesta (2pm-5pm). Banks are open 8am-2pm.
(400,000 in Palma)
Plaça de la Reina 2, Palma
+34 971 712 216
Spain can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport, but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.
Best Time to Visit
Mallorca is undoubtedly a summer destination. June to September have hot beach weather and large crowds of partiers and sun-seekers. If you prefer a more relaxed cultural vacation with smaller crowds, or a visit to enjoy the island\u0027s natural wonders, visit at any other time of the year (but avoid the rainy months of October and November).
Palma de Mallorca Airport
Palma de Mallorca Airport is located 8km from the city. Bus number 1 runs to and from the airport and the city centre, and takes about 30 minutes. The bus leaves every 15 minutes.
If you would rather take a taxi to your destination there are cars waiting at assigned taxi areas outside the terminal. A taxi journey to Palma takes 15 minutes and costs about €15.
There are several different kinds of public transport around the island. You can choose from buses, trains and public bikes.
The bus service on Mallorca is excellent. Depending on how much you plan to travel, there is a selection of different types of tickets and you can buy these at the Intermodal Station on Plaça d\u0027Espanya in Palma or at tobacconists. Urban Bus number 3 in Palma goes all the way from the industrial area via Palma’s town centre to the Illetas beach.
Public transport buses to Valldemossa and other popular villages leave from the bus station behind Plaza España.
Taxis in Palma are good and cheap. You can get to and from other places on the island for a reasonable sum of money. One of the biggest companies on the island is Taxi PMI.
Post offices are open from 9am-9pm except on Saturdays when they close at 2pm. Stamps can also be bought at tobacconists. The main post office in Palma is located at:
There are pharmacies all over the island and normal opening hours are 9am-2pm and 5pm–8pm. The main pharmacy in Palma is called Plano and is located on:
Country code: +34
Area code (Palma de Mallorca): 971