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Hiring a car from Palma airport

Rent a car at Palma airport and uncover everything Majorca has to offer. From hidden beaches and sparkling marinas to delicious seafood restaurants and lively clubs, the beautiful Balearic Island is one of the Mediterranean's gems.

Why hire a car at Palma airport?

That all-important first mile: driving out of Palma airport?

60-second guide to Palma airport

in its own head

"Everyone who comes to Palma comes back again, you’ll see why."

but more realistically

As the main gateway onto the island it’s not surprising to learn that Palma is one of the most visited cities, but the impressive cathedral, beaches and great restaurants and shops make it a place you can’t help but linger in.

the vibe

Because Palma receives so many holidaymakers, expect a light-hearted and laid back vibe during the day and an energetic one at night.

the natives

Palma's residents enjoy the good things in life: long lunches in the sun, long nights in the bars and a restorative morning in a boutique store. It'd be rude not to join them.

the weather

It's hot and dry in the summer months but a sea breeze ensures you won't boil while shopping. In autumn you may need a raincoat - make sure it's designer.

the local speciality

If you fancy something sweet for breakfast, tuck into an ensaimada, a traditional pastry unique to Mallorca that dates back to the 17th century.

the celebrity

The Spanish royal family moor up regularly in the city's harbour.

did you know?

Antoni Gaudi, the man behind much of Barcelona's most impressive architecture gave the interior of Palma's cathedral an overhaul in the early 20th century.

they say

"Palma is Mallorca's cultural centre, outstanding for its historic old town and excellent night life." - Spanish Tourist Board

Palma airport Q&A

Where are the car hire desks?

Car hire desks are situated on the ground floor of the arrivals hall, as well as the ground floor of the airport car park. From here, staff will guide you to your vehicle, allowing you to collect and cruise.

What should I buy at duty free?

Make like the fashion-conscious locals and stock up on designer labels and locally crafted pearl jewellery. Majorca is home to the headquarters of Camper shoes, so you are bound to find some cool footwear.

Are there any cashpoints?

If you're dashing immediately to the beach, make sure you've got enough coins for ice creams and sun lounger hire. You'll find ATMs dotted all over the terminal, and there's also a bank on the fourth floor of the departures hall.

Where's the best place to eat?

Those after a quick quarter-pounder or pizza on-the-go are catered for by a number of fast-food joints, but for a more leisurely belly-filling experience, try Restaurante Son Sant Joan for good value Spanish cuisine.

The secret tip

Good news for families - the airport has recently opened a children's room, which has a playroom for toddlers and a number of cots for babies. Both are open 24 hours a day.

The big draw: Palma airport

Distance: 36 miles

The east coast is widely considered as the place for soaking up sunrays and dipping toes in crystal-clear waters. For a picture-perfect view head to Cala d'Or (golden cove), the area's fishing villages and lovely coves are sure to delight.

The big draw: Palma airport

Distance: 36 miles

The east coast is widely considered as the place for soaking up sunrays and dipping toes in crystal-clear waters. For a picture-perfect view head to Cala d'Or (golden cove), the area's fishing villages and lovely coves are sure to delight.