The most straightforward way to get from Palma Airport to Alcudia is to either pre-book a private airport transfer or take a local taxi from the rank outside the arrivals hall. Below we have put together all the relevant information on the merits of both options so that you can decide which best fits your personal circumstances.
We have always recommended Solhop Alcudia, a fully licensed Spanish transfer supplier. You don’t need a credit card to pre-book and you can pay your driver in cash or with a card. You can also cancel your booking at any time without having to haggle about refunds. Check out the table below to compare rates of different suppliers.
Taxis in Alcudia are metered and have two basic fares as follows:
Alcudia Taxis Night-time tariff
(from 9pm to 7am) as well as Sundays and Bank Holidays
Alcudia Taxis Day-time tariff
(from 7am to 9pm)
It takes about 45 minutes with a taxi transfer to make the 62 km trip. Shared shuttle takes around 70 minutes and about 90 minutes by bus. Keep in mind that shared shuttle will take longer due to drop-offs along the way and bus longer due to stops.
The price of a standard airport taxi transfer from Palma Airport to Alcudia is around €90. A minivan to Alcudia would start at about €120 and a minibus at €145. These prices can increase if you want a superior type vehicle. Standard taxi fares can range in price generally due to the season, time of day and public holidays.
If you decide to hire a car at Palma airport in order to get to Alcudia, note that it is relatively easy and the drive isn’t too far or taxing.
Simply exit the airport and get onto the main highway following the signs to Palma. You will join the Autovia Ma-19 to Palma city. If your hire car was collected from one of the car hire sites next to the airport on the east side, then you simply join the main highway by the gas station, this is only one junction earlier.
Continue on the Ma-19 for approximately 4.3km, 3 minutes, until junction 3. At junction 3 take the road Ma-20 signposted Alcudia. Stay on the Ma-20 for around 2 minutes, 2.6km until junction 3(3B) and take the Ma-13 signposted Port d’Alcudia.
Once on the Ma-13 stay on this road until Alcudia, which will take about 32 minutes and is approximately 50km. Note that after 39km on the Ma-13 it changes from an Autovia (motorway) to single track carriageway. Also depending on your final destination, Alcudia or Alcudia Port, follow the signs accordingly at the large roundabout before Alcudia.