Getting to Mallorca

The international airport of Son Sant Joan, which is 8 km from the city of Palma de Mallorca, is the main entry point to the island. Due to the island´s popularity as a tourist destination, there are many direct flights from most of the principal European cities, especially from Germany and the United Kingdom.

For those who don´t wish to fly or who wish to bring their own car, it is possible to reach the island by sea. There are daily ferries between Palma and the ports of Barcelona, Valencia, Dénia, Ibiza, Ciutadella and Mahon. The port of Alcúdia is also an important transit point and ferries from here run to Menorca and Barcelona. At the port of Cala Rajada there is a daily ferry to the port of Ciutadella, on the neighbouring island of Menorca, which takes an hour and a half.

Intersting links
AENA; Information about all the flights with destination or departure at Son Sant Joan airport, in Palma de Mallorca.

Transmediterranea; Maritime connections between Alcúdia – Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca – Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca – València, Palma de Mallorca – Dènia, Palma de Mallorca – Maó, Palma de Mallorca – Ibiza and Alcúdia – Ciutadella.

Maritime connections between Palma de Mallorca – Dènia, Palma de Mallorca – Ibiza and Alcúdia – Ciutadella de Menorca.

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