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Situated an easy 8 km east of the centre of Palma Mallorca is the Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI). Third largest international airport in Spain, it is the main base for German carrier, Air Berlin and Air Europa, the Spanish carrier. 

The airport, which is also known as Son Sant Joan Airport, has four terminals. Transit from the airport is by bus, taxi and car rental service. 

Quick facts about Mallorca

Car rent
from $ 17 per day
Hotel booking
from $ 25 per night
Reference average prices in Mallorca
🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
$ 13.48
🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course
$ 45
🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
$ 2.75
🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)
$ 1.50
🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)
$ 954

Best time to visit Mallorca

The best time to explore the city
March to May
Hotels from $25
Mallorca is coldest in January at an average temperature of 10°C and hottest in August when temperatures get up to 25°C. The most daily sunshine is in July at 13 hrs.
The average annual rainfall varies in Mallorca, from the south where it’s 350mm, to areas like the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, where it gets up to 1,500mm. October is the wettest month with about 69mm of rain.
The weather

It is best to visit Mallorca from March to May when there are less crowds and the weather is mild.

Mallorca (as spelled in English), or Mallorca (Spanish spelling), is the largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean.

A most fascinating location, it is known for its beautiful beaches, lovely weather, Roman and Moorish remains, captivating coves, limestone mountains and so much more. It is also the second most populated Balearic Island.

Things to do in Mallorca

Whether you’re looking for an adventurous mountain climbing day or prefer a peaceful day wine tasting at vineyards or laying at the beach, there is something for everybody in Mallorca. 

From winding, scenic coastal drives, to great food, hiking trails, cycling routes and long sandy beaches, music festivals and a healthy nightlife, this island has a lot to offer by way of activity and entertainment. 

Ruta de Pedra en Sec/Dry Stone Route

Known as a great hiking destination, the Tramuntana mountain range in Mallorca is filled with outstanding hiking trails. Ruta de Pedra en Sec, also called the Dry Stone Route, is one of the best. A 170km route of ancient footpaths criss-crossing the mountains, featuring dry-stone walls, shady forest, steep cliffs and Mediterranean scrub. A hiker’s dream. 

Es Trenc

Among the over 300 beaches in Mallorca, Es Trenc is arguably the most beautiful. A popular destination, Es Trenc is quite crowdy in the summer but worthy of a visit nonetheless. Crystal clear waters which allow for fun and water sports, the white sandy beach backed by breath taking dunes is magnificently unspoilt as much of it is a nature reserve. A must visit when in Mallorca. 

Alfabia Gardens

If you love the smell of jasmine while relaxing in lush romantic gardens especially in spring when there are orange blossom, then Alfabia Gardens is the place for you. These wonderful gardens are a great escape from the scorching sun, and they are a delight even in the summer.

Listen to the beautiful birds, enjoy the trickle of water from the fountains and pools, while you relax in the shade and enjoy a cool drink from a little café. 

Wine-tasting in Binissalem

Visit several wineries in the country town of Binissalem. Slap in the centre of one of the main wine-producing areas on the island, Binissalem is great for a wine tasting trip and even purchases. 

It is also a lovely, sleepy little town to explore before visiting the bodegas for tastings. Some of these bodegas include; Bodegas José L. Ferrer, Bodegas Biniagual, ANA Vins, Celler Tiana Negre, Bodegas Oliver and many more. 

Mallorca Cuisine​

Traditional Mallorquin food is usually based on fish, pork and vegetables. A hearty and filling cuisine, the food in Mallorca is also very affordable. 

A few dishes you will encounter include ensaimada, a spiral shaped, delicious pastry, also sobrasada, a soft sausage made of bacon, spices and lean pork. It is often served on crispy bread. There is also the popular Spanish seafood paella. In Mallorca you are also sure to enjoy a lot of fresh fruits and fish. 

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