Transfers & Taxis from Mallorca Airport to Cala Ratjada
Local Cala Ratjada Taxi Tariffs
Taxis in Cala Ratjada are metered and have two basic fares as follows:
Taxis Night-time tariff
(from 9pm to 7am) as well as Sundays and Bank Holidays
Taxis Day-time tariff
(from 7am to 9pm)
How much is a transfer from Cala Ratjada to Alcudia?
A taxi from Cala Ratjada to Alcudia costs approximately €45 – €50.
How far is it from Cala Ratjada to Alcudia?
It is 45 km from Cala Ratjada to Alcudia and takes about 50 minutes to drive via the Ma-12.
How much is a transfer from Cala Ratjada to Palma de Mallorca?
A taxi from Cala Ratjada to Palma de Mallorca costs approximately €97.
How far is it from Cala Ratjada to Palma de Mallorca?
It is 84 km from Cala Ratjada to Palma de Mallorca and takes approximately 75 minutes to drive via the Ma-15.
How much is a taxi from Cala Ratjada to Cala d’Or?
A taxi from Cala Ratjada to Cala d’Or costs around €78.
How far is it from Cala Ratjada to Cala d’Or?
It is 52 km from Cala Ratjada to Cala d’Or and takes approximately 55 minutes to drive.
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Driving directions from Palma Airport to Cala Ratjada
- The driving distance from Palma Mallorca International Airport to Cala Ratjada is around under 80 kilometres and the journey takes around one hour and ten minutes on good roads all the way.
- When leaving the airport, follow the signs for Santanyi on the MA-19 motorway. After just two kilometres take Exit 10 towards Manacor. Continue driving on the MA-15 motorway for 40 kilometres until you see a sign for Cala Ratjada (also spelt “Cala Rajada”).
About Cala Ratjada
Located on the north-eastern tip of Mallorca on the Punta de Capdepera peninsula, Cala Ratjada is the closest point in Mallorca to the island of Menorca from where on a clear day you can see Ciutadella.
Still an active fishing port and ferry crossing to Menorca, Cala Ratjada and its rocky coastline have retained much of its traditional ways despite an influx of tourists during the summer.
During June, July and August the promenade between Playa Son Moll and Cala Gat is alive with people enjoying their summer holidays. During the off-season, the seafront businesses close down for the winter, leaving a handful of bars open catering to locals and expats who have settled in the area.
Cala Ratjada is an excellent choice if you are looking to avoid the purpose-built resort hotels and is perfect to use as a base for exploring the east of the island.