Travel Guide and holidays to Magaluf 2017, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
 
 
 
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Travelling to Magaluf - How to Get There?

Plane - by Air
The Son Sant Joan Airport of Majorca is located about eight kilometres from the capital Palma. Direct and connecting flights, scheduled and charter, link Palma with all main European destinations. There are many flights to Mallorca from the United Kingdom and Germany all year round. There are also daily scheduled domestic flights to Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante, as well as to other cities around Spain. Buses leave the airport for the city centre (Plaza de España) every 15 minutes, and from here, buses can then be taken to other points and towns on the island. At the airport, there is a permanent taxi rank and a number of car-rental agencies.

The easiest way to transfer and go to Magaluf is by taxi and the approximate cost is around 38-40 euros and it takes around 15-20 minutes from Palma Son Sant Joan Airport. You can check out taxi service offered by Palma airport transfers.

Ferries
The Trasmediterránea Ferry Line plies between Palma and Barcelona, Valencia, Ibiza and Menorca (daily roundtrips). The ships are comfortable, being equipped with cabins, armchair-style seating and a bar and restaurant service. The Balearia Line covers the Palma-Ibiza-Denia (Alicante) routes. The vessels used are car ferries. A new rapid ferry service operates, linking Palma with the mainland in 4 hours.

 
 
 
     
 
     
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