Airport Directions Palma - Trains to Palma Majorca Airport
There aren't any trains on Majorca, which isn't really a surprise since it's a relatively small island, a long way from the Spanish mainland! Travel on the island is mainly by bus, car and taxi. The best way to travel between the Balearic Islands – and to mainland Spain
- is by ferry, although you can also fly internally to other islands from Palma Airport.
Palma Airport Directions - Buses to Palma Majorca Airport
If you're on a package holiday your tour operator will almost certainly have organised transport to your hotel. You'll find the hotel buses right outside. If you're travelling independently or on business, there are several convenient buses connecting Palma Majorca airport
with the Palma itself, the capital, just five miles away. You can also connect by bus to the island's other main towns and resorts. Buses run every half an hour between 7am and midnight and a single journey costs three Euros. Take the Number 1 bus to Paseo Mallorca and Porto Pi, taking half an hour. There's a bus stop outside the multi-storey car park, outside door D in Arrivals, and a second bus stop just outside check in.
Airport Directions Palma - Driving to Palma Majorca Airport
You can't miss it! Majorca is a relatively small island and all roads lead to Palma! You'll find that the airport's clearly signposted from all over the island – you'd have to try pretty hard to get lost. If you're catching a cab, taxis depart from outside Door D in Arrivals. It takes about quarter of an hour to get into central Palma, only five miles away. There are plenty of car hire firms operating out of Palma Majorca airport so hiring your own transport is convenient and fast.