About Majorca



A selection of photos of the island of Majorca or Mallorca as it is also known


 

The Balearics

The Balearic islands (in Spanish, 'Baleares') consist of the four islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, collectively they are the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, if not the world.

Mallorca

Mallorca with its year round tourism, culture, history, beautiful scenery and marvellous climate has welcomed holiday-makers since the early 1960's and today,
is more popular than ever. It has the added advantage of being only a two hour flight from most major European Capitals (London, Berlin, Frankfurt, Paris ), and
is a five hour Ferry ride from mainland Spain.
The island is aproximately 75 kilometres from North to South and 100 kilometres from East to West and is the largest of the Balearic Islands. Its current population
is almost 1,000,000 with most living in and around the city of Palma. This of course increases dramatically during the summer months, with the arrival of tourists.
Distances:
Palma - Alcudia: 54 km
Palma - Soller: 33 km
Palma - Cala Millor: 71 km
Palma - Magaluf: 15 km
Palma - Cala D'or: 62 km


Palma airport is the 3rd busiest in Spain. Situated 8kms from the capital of Palma it has all the necessary facilities you would expect from a modern international airport.
The arrivals hall is large and just outside you can find information desks, car hire offices and of course our staff who will be waiting for our passengers on arrival.
The airport is distributed over 3 main floors. On the ground floor we find the arrivals hall, on centre floor the check- in desks and the upper floor is dedicated to departures,
with passport controls and a wide variety of interesting shops and Duty Free outlets.
The check-in area is well sign posted and there are numerous information boards and Closed Circuit screens offering the necessary departure information.
Remember that most modern airports do not offer information over the P.A. system so it's best to be near a screen to check the information from time to time.

Things to do in Mallorca

Sightseeing, excursions, boat charter, watersports, golf and cycling are just some of the many attractions of a holiday on the island of Mallorca.

To the west - mountains, in the centre - the agricultural plain whilst to the south you'll find the buzzing city. And don't forget the charming inland villages to get
a real feel for the rural life of the locals.
Palma- A day trip to Palma is often on the 'to-do' list of holidaymakers...
Sightseeing - An island it may be, but there are so many opportunities to see other attractions apart from the fabulous sandy coves, beaches and clear blue sea...
Markets - One of the fabulous things about Majorca is that the markets on the island are alive and well...
Theme Parks - If you want some SPLASHtastic fun or just a cool down in the heat of summer then Water Parks are a great day out...
Golf - Mallorca is full of first-class golf courses, some designed by real masters of the game. The mild year-round weather is perfect for golf...
Cycling - With a flat terrain, rolling hills, long climbs and diverse scenery, Mallorca can offer cyclists the perfect environment from early winter
through to late spring...

Majorca Transfers are of course on hand to offer you assistance should you prefer to organise an excursion, book a show,or find a good restaurant, and would like us to act as your guide. FOR ANY OTHER DESTINATIONS PLEASE CONTACT US: Email
(reserva@majorca-transfer.com)
Tels: 677 281705 or 678 536141


 
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