Palma

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Destination Palma
Nearby resorts Magaluf – 25 mins
Alcudia – 43 mins
Santa Ponsa – 29 mins
Major attractions Katmandu Park (outdoor activities, waterpark – Travellers Choice Award)

Alcudia Old Town (historic culture, shopping, restaurants, bars, bull ring)

Scuba and Snorkelling (scuba, tours, boat tours, water sports)

Climate (average temp) Summer Season 25C

Winter Season 10C

Transport options to and from the airport (i.e. train/bus etc) Bus

www.shuttledirect.com
www.hoppa.com

Taxi

www.suntransfers.com
www.holidaytaxis.com

Car hire

www.travelsupermarket.com

Link to airport website www.aena.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Palma-Mallorca/es/
Link to tourist board website www.majorca-mallorca.co.uk/palma.htm

Destination Information

There’s a wealth of beautiful places to stay on Majorca; fun in the sun, family friendly or stylishly upmarket – there’s a resort for every type of holiday.

As a city, Palma is a stylish Majorcan city with beautiful sights. Head east or west out of Palma and it won’t be long before you stumble on a beach. About a kilometre towards Portixol you’ll hit Playa de Palma, a long stretch of sands made up of several smaller beaches. The nearest one to Palma is Ca’n Pere Antoni.

Being the biggest of the Balearics, Majorca has long been a favourite holiday spot. Popular family resorts include: Alcudia, Puerto Pollensa and Cala Bona, which are brimming with restaurants, shops and cafes.

Things get lively over on the island’s west coast, with the trio of Palma, Palma Nova and Magaluf leading the way with their neon-lit bars and clubs.

Summer gets underway in May when the temperatures start to climb and the beach days officially end in October. Sea temperatures are at their best from August onwards when it warms up enough to be perfect for swimming.

Basically flying to Palma opens you to discovering the whole island, with great family holidays available.

Find and book your flight from Glasgow Prestwick to Palma.