Airport transfers in Majorca
This sun-trap Balearic Island offers a little something for everybody. Families, couples, groups and partygoers will find plenty to keep them happy and stimulated. From the 20+ golf courses to the walking, cycling, swimming and water sports, there is a treasure trove of physical activity to be opened.
For the partygoers, Magaluf is calling. Bars and nightclubs lure in the revelers and the parties go on late into the night. The daytimes are fun-filled too, with jet skiing, water skiing, go-karting, pedal boats and much, much more. Glass bottom boat trips provide a glimpse into the blue yonder and a closer look at the island’s marine life.
The island’s capital is Palma, home to one of the major airports. When landing in Palma, TaxiFinders.com will get you from the airport to your accommodation like clockwork, with the minimum of fuss. Book before you leave to take away the hassle of public transport and haggling taxi drivers. If you venture into town, street markets are rich in fruit and vegetables, fresh produce and flowers. Get your haggling head on if you spot any trinkets or goodies you want to buy.
What to see in Majorca?
The main landmark of the city is unquestionably the Cathedral, also known as La Seu. If you’re flying into Son Sant Joan airport the chances are you’ll see it before you land. It’s a truly impressive sight from land or air. Boasting a 12 metre stained glass window the visuals are certainly striking. Overlooking the harbour just over the way is the wonderful Almudaina Palace. The majority of the rooms are vacant inside but the surrounding gardens of S’Hort des Rei are beautiful.
A local bus will take you the three miles to the Bellver Castle and drop you close to the entrance. The castle is home to the city’s history museum, but is not alone in representing Palma’s historical hotspots. Drop into a tourist office and get all the info you need on local sights.
The south of the island is home to the popular family resort of El Arenal. The resort is equally popular amongst revelers and the noise can go on until late in the night in certain spots. The gently sloping beach and wide Promenade draw the crowds, and El Arenal has the island’s largest waterpark, Aqua el Arenal. The family will just love it here, but be warned. It’s only open in the summer months so check with the hotel or tourist office for opening times.
Hotel transfers Majorca
The Bay Of Alcudia, up to the north of the island, houses diversity and activity for all. Puerta Pollenca is right at the tip and boasts museums, art galleries, lovely beaches and a multitude of shops, bars and restaurants. Travel a little further to the popular Alcudia resort, a beach-laden and charming old town. Suitable for families with young children, Alcudia isn’t all about beaches. It hosts fascinating markets on Tuesdays and Sundays with offerings such as ceramics and fruit and vegetables, handcraft and clothes.
Head east to Ca’n Picafort which is again a beach haven. Two sublime sandy beaches, a nature reserve and close proximity to the S’Albufera wetlands provide peace and relaxation which can be countered with nearby go-karting. This resort is recommended for families with slightly older children who don’t necessarily wish to spend day after day at the beach.
Give serious consideration to hiring a car on the island, as this will open up the inland rural charm of the island. See the Manacor Pearl factory, the Caves of Ham, Caves of Drach or Caves of Arta. El vino will flow at the many inland wine tasting cellars.
Majorca offers plenty for everybody, so see as much as you can and enjoy the little extra that this wonderful island gives you!
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