Last Updated on April 6, 2022
Magaluf is located in the south-western coast of Majorca, Spain, at the western end of Palma Bay. Magaluf is situated about 26 km. from Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan Airport.
How to Get to Magaluf from Palma Airport (PMI)
Travelling to Magaluf is easy. After getting to Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan Airport, you can take a taxi or private shuttle to get to Magaluf, as the most convenienet and safe way to get your hotel.
Taxi would cost is around 40 euros and it takes around 15-20 minutes from Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan Airport to Magaluf.
Other option is taking bus. It is a more cheaper but hard way to get to Magaluf. You can take the Palma Airport Bus to the Plaza de Espana bus station in Palma de Mallorca and than take the Transport Illes Baleares bus to Magaluf for a couple of euros.
- Palma Airport Bus – No.1– 3 euros and every 15 minutes
- TIB Magaluf Bus – 104, 106– 3.15 euros
Travelling to Majorca by Plane
Son Sant Joan Airport is the international airport of Majorca, located in Palma de Mallorca, about 8 km. from Palma. Holidaymakers may find many direct and connecting flights, scheduled and charter linking Palma de Mallorca with many main European destinations.
There are daily scheduled domestic flights to Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante as well as to other cities of Spain. There are buses operate from Son Sant Joan Airport to the Palma city centre, Plaza de España in every 15 minutes and from Palma, travellers may find buses for the other resorts and towns of Majorca. There is also a permanent taxi rank and a number of car-rental agencies at the airport.
Palma Son Sant Joan Airport Info
Airport code: PMI ; Tel : +34 971 789 000
Travelling to Majorca by Sea
The Trasmediterranea Ferry Line makes daily roundtrips between Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona, Valencia, Ibiza and Menorca. The ships are comfortable and equipped with cabins, armchair-style seating and a bar and restaurant service.
The Balearia Line operates between the Palma de Mallorca-Ibiza-Denia (Alicante) routes. The vessels are car ferries.