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PALMA AIRPORT TAXI TRANSFERS MAJORCA

PALMA AIRPORT TAXI TRANSFERS IN MAJORCA

Book your Palma airport taxi Majorca transfers with Majorcabdriver. Palma’s only British taxi driver.

 The simple way to start your holiday in Mallorca. Palma Airport taxi transfers here can be booked here. Also if you only need a transfer to the airport from the resort please use the return booking form. No waiting in taxi queues or long tiresome bus transfers. Also not worrying about the cost or Supplements you might have to pay. I will meet you at EXIT 1 in the arrivals lounge (with your name on a placard). Flights are monitored for delays to ensure your transfers are always available.

Reserve your Palma Airport taxi transfer online.

PALMA AIRPORT TRANSFERS

Majorca Airport Transfers by Taxi - Palma de Mallorca (PMI)

Resorts

NORTH MAJORCA :  Port d’Alcudia , Port de Pollensa,  Cala sant Vicenç, Can Picafort and also Playa De Muro.

NORTH EAST MAJORCA : Cala Rajada, Sa Font de Sa Cala, Cala Mesquida, Canyamel, Son Serra de Marina and aswell Colònia de Sant Pere.

EAST MAJORCA : Cala Bona, Cala Millor, Sa Coma, S’Illot, Porto Cristo, Cala Mandia, Calas de Mallorca and Porto Colom.

SOUTH EAST MAJORCA : Cala D’or, Porto Petro, Cala Santanyi, Cala Mondrago, Cala Figuera and Cala Lombards.

SOUTHERN MAJORCA : Colònia de Sant Jordi, Sa Rapita, S’Estanol de Migjorn and Porto Pi.

SOUTH WEST MAJORCA : Palma, Cala Major, portals Nous, Can Pastilla, Playa de Palma, S’Arena and Puigderos.

WEST MAJORCA : Palmanova, Magalluf, Santa Ponsa, Camp de Mar, Peguera, Puerto de Andratx and Sant Elm.

WEST MAJORCA : ( Serra de Tramuntana ) : port de Soller, Deia, Valldemossa, Banyalbufar, Estellencs, Lluc and Sa Calobra.

Towns & Villages

Palma City is the capital of Majorca and has a population of around 450,000 residents. Palma Airport is located just to the south of the City. It’s the third busiest airport in Spain owing to around 29 million passengers yearly.

Inca and Manacor are the next two largest towns in Majorca. Lots of other small towns, villages and resorts. Sineu, Sóller, Mancor de la Vall, Burger, Muro, Sa Pobla, Andratx, Deià, Calvia and Selva, etc.

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MALLORCA EXCURSIONS BY TAXI

Excursions by Taxi (from Palma/Palma port)
Here are some of the excursions that I can do:
Palma de Majorca taxi tour

Palma tour includes the Palma Cathedral, the Lonja and the Almudaina Palace. Next to Plaza Cort which is the Center of Palma where the Town Hall is also situated. We can pass some of the Patios of Palma which can been seen in the narrow streets of the old town. From the center we head to Bellver Castle. Bellver meaning beautiful view. Where you can see views of Palma with it’s vast marina and also some of the mountains of the Serra de Traumantana. A visit to Palma’s plaza de toros ‘Bullring’ is a must with a visit to a Pearl factory in Palma and also some other places of interest.

Valldemossa & Deià taxi tour

Valldemosa tour is a visit to a beautiful village hidden in the mountains. In the village we will visit La Cartuja monastery which is situated in the center. Chopin and his lover George Sands lived there for a while. Besides being a royal palace for for the king Sancho of Majorca.  Then a stop at the view point of Sa Foradada which is on the way to Deià. A visit to Cala Deia, and it’s picturesque pebble beach. Finally a stop at LLucalcari ( smallest village on the island). Which consist of little more than a bend in the road from Deia to Soller.

Biniagual taxi tour

Biniagual tour is a pleasant drive through the mountains. Visiting the small villages such as Bunyola, a village at the foot of the mountains. Next up, Orient, a remote sleepy village with around thirty inhabitants. Alaró and Binissalem are a bit bigger and in the wine area of Majorca. Finally on to Biniagual a hamlet owned by one person. He started buying the properties there one by one eventually acquiring everthing including the church.

Caves & Pearl factory taxi tour

Porto Cristo indeed has some of the most remarkable caves on Island. Such as the Caves of Drac, clearly a must with four caves in one. Also with its natural underground lake (lake Martel). The Caves of Hams, besides being a bit smaller are also very impressive aswell. Manacor town also Houses the Majórica Pearl factory. Finally a visit to the blue shop. Indeed a place to try the local fruit liqueurs free of charge and maybe buy a souvenir or two.

Taxi Majorca tour (open tour)

Open tour of course is where you choose where you would like to go. Also the type of places that you would like to visit. This tour also starting in Palma but can finish anywhere you like.

 

Some other places of interest
  • TRAIN :  The Train to Sóller. Undoubtedly a must to go through the mountains on this old 1912 electrical train. In addition to travelling through farm land, olive and almond groves. It also stops in the mountains to take a photo or two of the fantastic views. Once arrived in Sóller you can not only stay and explore this beutiful village but also then take the orange grove tram to the port.
  • WATER PARKS :   Aquacity, Western, Hydropark.  
  • ANIMAL LOVERS :   Palma Aquarium, Marineland, Auto Safari Zoo, La Reserva and Natura Park.
  • CAVESDracHams ArtàCampanetGènova.  
  • MUSEUMS Large ones out of Palma :   La Granja, Els Calderers, Monastery of Lluc are just a few of many.  
  • EVENING SHOWS :  Son Amar,  Pirates Adventure and Es Fogueró.
  • Jungle park :  Largest tree adventure park in Majorca. Being not far from the marina in Santa Ponsa it’s easy to get to.
  • Glass factory:  There are now two glass factories outside of Palma : Gordiola Glass factory and Museum on the road to Manacor and the Lafiore on the Road to Valldemossa.
“An absolute fantastic service. 100 per cent reliable and great communication. Highly recommend. Have dealt with Adrian the last 3 times we visited Mallorca and never failed to deliver an outstanding service.”
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