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Upon arrival at Palma de Mallorca airport you can either choose a taxi, probably the most economical option if you are travelling as a group, or for the single traveller the shuttle service will be the more economical choice.
Shuttle Direct Airport transfers to your hotel, resort or villa.
Another choice is Palma Taxi - if you phone up they speak limited English, but should understand if you mention the resort and hotel.
PMI TAXI operates exclusively in Mallorca Airport with on-line reservations. They can offer minivan taxis and up to 8 people at prices low cost, without supplemental nocturnal nor baby chairs.
Inter-Island flights between Mallorca, Ibiza, and Menorca and are operated by Iberia and take around 30 minuets and will cost you more than the ferry, but the views of the islands is certainly some compensation. See Balearic inter-island flights for further details.
If you choose to travel by sea between the Balearic Islands and mainland Spain Trasmediterranea offers a pleasant voyage with restaurant and bar facilities on board. A fast catamaran service is operated by Balearia and offers good refreshment facilities too. Iscomar has more limited connections but is still worth investigating. As the routes are given to change, please check at the respective websites for exact island connections. Be aware that hire cars will have a stipulation in the contract agreement that will forbid you taking the vehicle off the island.
Balearexpress is for holiday makers who have plenty of time to drive down to France, and are looking for ferry connections, from Sete (southern France) to the Balearic islands.
The local bus service is extensive and fairly reliable, and links the main towns. Unlike Ibiza and Menorca there are several bus companies operating on Mallorca, so it can make getting around a bit more puzzling, take care with the time table and displayed return times you use. The bus service will be very limited on Sundays and public holidays. Bus stops are indicated by the word parada. Tickets can be brought either in advance at the bus station, or directly from the bus driver upon embarkation. See Mallorca transport - bus for further timetable information.
Mallorca has two railway lines which are both narrow-gauge, with their own stations situated at Placa d'Espanya in Palma close to each other. Mallorca has two rail routes. One crosses the hinterlands of the island's centre, from Palma to Inca where the line divides in two directions; one south-east towards Sineu, Petra and Manacor. While the other traverses north-east on to Sa Pobla. The Island's second stretch of track journeys north of Palma, through the mountains to Soller, and has the justifiable reputation of offering the visiting tourist the most magical and spectacular glimpse of the mallorcan scenery possible. Highly recommended as an enjoyable day out!
Inca - Tel: 971 752 245
Mallorca railway company timetable information - official Trendesoller website.
To learn more about the history behind this charming railway line see - Sollernet.com
Taxis can either be hailed if the green light is illuminated, or boarded at taxi stands in towns which are indicated by a blue square with a T in the middle, or alternatively phoned for. All taxis are both licensed and metered. They are usually good value around Palma, but offer less value as you travel out from Palma.
Please find below a good selection of taxi firms operating across Mallorca. Do not assume they all speak fluent English, it can depend on who answers the phone - after all this is Spain! Remember to include the prefix: 00 (34) if phoning from the UK.
Alcudia - Tel: 971 892 187
Cycle hire is very popular in Mallorca and is highly recommended. What a way to see the Island, enjoy the sun and get a bit of exercise, all at a very fair price. The central plain and Eastern and Southern coasts are particularly bicycle friendly.
During the summer months there are a number of boat trips, from resorts such as; Port de Soller, Cala d’Or, and Port de Pollenca. There are also excursions circumnavigating Palma Bay. There is a boat tour which is in operation right throughout the year. It sails from Port de Soller to Sa Colobra, sailing around the Northwest coast. Tel 971 630170.
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