Mallorca Airport or Palma de Mallorca Airport is just 10 km from the city of Palma and an easy drive if you have car hire in Mallorca. Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearics and in high season attracts 8 million tourists from all over the world, but mostly from the UK and Germany. A beautiful island suited to families and couples, with fantastic beaches and many great tourist attractions, there is something for everyone.
Mallorca Airport has 4 modules for its flights. Module A is for flights to the UK and Ireland, B is for Air Nostrum, C is for budget operators and D is for other European flights. There are 2 VIP lounges for business class passengers but they are also available to everyone for a small charge. The airport has 4 ATMs located conveniently around the terminal, if you forgot your Euros. If you need a snack, there are 7 bars and cafeterias as well as 5 restaurants, including The Food Gallery for global tastes and the usual fast food chains such as McDonald’s and Upper Crust. There are 9 shops to keep you busy, where you can buy quality gifts at La Fiore or local products at El Corte Ingles. A pharmacy is also available for any last minute emergencies.
Palma de Mallorca is an old city with interesting architecture and masses of culture. The Cathedral de Mallorca is spectacular and you can also visit the Museo Catedralicio. For art lovers, the Museo de Arte Espanol Contemporaneo is a must, with works from the likes of Picasso and Dali. Explore the narrow streets of the old town by guided tour and don’t miss the magnificent Castell de Bellver. With car hire in Mallorca, you can really get to know the island. You can spend a day at some of the most beautiful golden beaches and sunbathe or swim at Alcudia and Cala Millor. Binssalem is well worth visiting for its beautiful cathedral and wonderful restaurants and you can also visit a bodega and sample the locally made wines. Deia is a pretty village in the Tramuntana Mountains that is very popular with artists and you should also look out for the charming village of Valldemossa. You can see spectacular stalagmites and stalactites at the Caves of Drach or if partying is more your thing, head for the party capital of the island, Magaluf.