To get to Palma Nova from Palma airport you have several options. You can take an airport taxi or book a private transfer, you can hire a car or use public transport.
Parking in and around Palma Nova center during the peak season can be a little problematic. Therefore, a taxi transfer to the resort can be a nice option as it’s quick and helps avoid the hassle of driving and parking.
The Palma airport taxi area is just in front of arrivals on the ground floor. There are typically lots of taxis waiting at Mallorca airport so this makes taking a taxi an inviting option. However, at busy peak times passengers may have to wait in the taxi queue.
In a hurry? Think about pre-booking a transfer to avoid the queues!
Palma airport taxis do have a fixed price system but it’s best to get an estimate before you start the journey. This is because there are variables which can increase the final price. Taxi prices range depending on the company, the time of day, weekends and public holidays.
Worried about the taxi fare? When pre-booking a transfer you are informed of the total cost before you even leave the house!
Most airport taxis in Mallorca will only take 4 passengers per taxi. So if you are a party of five and there are no larger taxis are available you will need to take a second taxi. Hence it will cost more than you may have budgeted for. This also applies even if one in the group is a baby. Also, waiting taxis at Palma airport don’t usually have child safety seats available.
Travelling in a larger group or with children? Book a private transfer and choose the size of vehicle, a child seat or other extras ou may need.
Pre-booking a private taxi transfer is probably the most comfortable way to get from Palma airport to Palma Nova. This includes arrival and departures all through the night or any time of the day as they work 24 hours.
However, due to the nature of their taxi licence, private transfers do need to be booked in advance. Ideally, if you want to guarantee availability, you will need to book at least with 24 hours ahead of time.
Private transfer vehicles are often more luxurious than standard taxis. Despite this, pre-booked transfers often work out cheaper, especially for larger parties.
Transfers can be pre-booked for vehicles of various sizes. Vehicles typically come in sizes of 1-4 cars, 1-7 minivans or 8-13 minibuses. In most cases it’s possible to book a vehicle large enough for your party.
Some other perks are that drivers will meet passengers with a name placard in the airport’s public arrivals hall and usually help with luggage. And to to give anxious parents peace of mind, it’s good to know that when pre-booking a private transfer it’s possible to book child safety seats in advance.
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|Prices of Palma Airport Transfers||Taxi 1-4 People||Minivan 5-7 People||Minibus 8-13 People|
|Palma Airport to: Alcudia||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Cala d'Or||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Cala Millor||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€159 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Can Picafort||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: El Toro||€67 one-way||€99 one-way||€129 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Magaluf||€49 one-way||€89 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Palma Mallorca||€49 one-way||€65 one-way||€85 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Palma Nova||€55 one-way||€85 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Playa de Muro||€73 one-way||€119 one-way||€155 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Playa de Palma||€39 one-way||€65 one-way||€89 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Pollensa||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€165 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Port Andratx||€65 one-way||€109 one-way||€158 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Portals Nous||€39 one-way||€69 one-way||€99 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Puerto Pollensa||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€167 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Santa Ponsa||€59 one-way||€95 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Soller||€69 one-way||€109 one-way||€149 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Torrenova||€49 one-way||€79 one-way||€129 one-way|
Exit Mallorca airport following the signs for Palma. If you took a shuttle bus to get to your rental car, you will need to join the main highway one junction further away but only a little further.
Leaving the airport, you will join the Ma-19 heading towards Palma city. Follow the Ma-19 for 4.3km, around 3 minutes, until junction 3 and then follow the Ma-20 signposted Andratx/Alcudia.
Stay on the Ma-20 for just over 10km/6miles circumnavigating Palma city until junction 11A and merge onto the Ma-1 towards Palma Nova/Andratx.
Remain on the Ma-1 for around 7.2km/4.5miles then take exit 13 towards Calvià/Palma Nova. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Ma-1015 following the signs for Palma Nova. After around 200 metres you will come to another roundabout and need to take the 2nd exit straight over still on the Ma-1015.
After another 200 metres or so you will arrive at a large roundabout with four large upright columns, this is practically your welcome to Palma Nova!
If you choose to rent a car from Palma airport for your trip to Palma Nova, we have more information that might be of interest to you.
Mallorcan buses are air-conditioned and comfortable. Bus routes on the island are extensive and it is possible to travel by bus to a lot of different places.
However, most bus routes do not run at night-time and are less frequent at weekends as well as during winter. In cases where a direct bus route does not exist, waiting times between connecting buses can increase the overall travel time considerably.
For the journey to Palma Nova there are several different options.
The easiest is route A11, which directly connects the airport with Palma Nova. While this bus runs at regular intervals during the summer, in the winter there are only three buses a day.
As an alternative, it is possible to travel via Palma City bus station (Intermodal Station – Placa d’Espanya), from where there are several bus routes to Palma Nova. Passengers travelling via Palma city can take either a taxi or the airport bus to Palma bus station. From there they will be able to take the bus to Palma Nova on bus routes 104, 105, 107 or 106 (summer only).
Aeroport – Costa d’en Blanes – Son Caliu – Palma Nova – Magaluf – Santa Ponça – Costa de la Calma – Peguera
Peguera – Santa Ponça – Costa de la Calma – Magaluf – Palma Nova – Son Caliu – Costa d’en Blanes – Aeroport
The journey time on this bus is 30 minutes.
To view the current timetable and prices for route A11, please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/A11
Take the route A1 bus from Palma airport to Palma City Intermodal Station. A single ticket is €5 and under 5’s are free. Buses go every 15 minutes on average, although after 21:30 only every 30 minutes.
Route A1 buses run from:
November to April: 6:00am to 1:15am
May to October: 6:00am to 1:50am
For more information about this bus route, please follow this link
At Palma city bus station, you will be able to buy a ticket from the bus driver on the bus to Palma Nova.
The bus journey time from Palma city bus station to Palma Nova depends on the bus taken due to the number of stops en route.
Palma – Palma Nova – Magaluf – Son Ferrer – el Toro
el Toro – Son Ferrer – Magaluf – Palma Nova – Palma
Route 105 is the quickest and takes approximately 25-35 minutes from Palma city to Palma Nova and 35-45 minutes returning. Some buses are a little quicker than others. Bus route 105 goes on the motorway between Palma and Palma Nova.
To view the current timetable and prices for route 105, please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/105
Palma – Cala Major – Bendinat – Portals Nous – Costa d’en Blanes – Son Caliu – Palma Nova – Magaluf – Son Ferrer – el Toro – Santa Ponça – Peguera
Peguera – Santa Ponça – el Toro – Son Ferrer – Magaluf – Palma Nova – Son Caliu – Costa d’en Blanes – Portals Nous – Bendinat – Cala Major – Palma
Route 104 takes approximately 30-35 minutes from Palma to Palma Nova and 45-55 minutes returning.
To view the current timetable and prices for route 104, please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/104
Palma – Cala Major – Bendinat – Portals Nous – Costa d’en Blanes – Son Caliu – Palma Nova -Magaluf – Cala Vinyes – Sol de Mallorca
Sol de Mallorca – Cala Vinyes – Magaluf – Palma Nova – Son Caliu – Costa d’en Blanes – Portals Nous – Bendinat – Cala Major – Palma
Route 107 takes approximately 25-35 minutes from Palma to Palma Nova and 45-55 minutes returning.
To view the current timetable and fares for route 107, please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/107
Palma – Bendinat – Portals Nous – Costa d’en Blanes – Son Caliu – Palma Nova – Magaluf
Magaluf – Palma Nova – Son Caliu – Costa d’en Blanes – Palma
The 106 route only runs in the summer and takes approximately 30-35 minutes from Palma to Palma Nova and 40-55 minutes returning.
To view the current timetable and fares for route 106, please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/106