Transfers & Taxis from Mallorca Airport to Campos
Campos Taxi Transfers
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Local Campos Taxi Tariffs
Taxis in Campos 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 Campos to Alcudia?
A taxi from Campos to Alcudia costs approximately €90.
How far is it from Campos to Alcudia?
It is 65 km from Campos to Alcudia and takes about 60 minutes to drive via the Ma-13.
How much is a transfer from Campos to Palma de Mallorca?
A taxi from Campos to Palma de Mallorca costs approximately €60.
How far is it from Campos to Palma de Mallorca?
It is 44 km from Campos to Palma de Mallorca and takes approximately 40 minutes to drive via the Ma-15.
How much is a taxi from Campos to Cala d’Or?
A taxi from Campos to Cala d’Or costs around €45.
How far is it from Campos to Cala d’Or?
It is 27 km from Campos to Cala d’Or and takes approximately 30 minutes to drive via the Ma-5120.
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Driving directions from Palma Airport to Campos
At the roundabout leaving the airport, take the second exit onto the MA-19 heading east and continue along the highway for 31.6 kilometres until you reach Campos.
Situated 8 kilometres away from the coast in the south-east of Mallorca between Llucmajor and Santanyi, Campos is a traditional Mallorcan town and the administrative centre for the region.
Rural and somewhat sleepy, the buildings in Campos are constructed of the familiar honey-coloured stone that adds to the town’s unique charm, which is also evident in its twice weekly market.
Not a tourist destination as such, most of Campos’ appeal is as a base to explore the nearby natural wonders found in the forests, mountains and beaches.
The close-by beach of Es Trenc is a three-kilometre-long stretch of fine white sand and crystal-clear turquoise-coloured water, ideally suited for that perfect Mediterranean summer holiday.
Campos is, of course, a working town and has all the necessary amenities as well as several restaurants serving traditional Mallorca food. If you want to visit Campos, we suggest either a Thursday or Saturday morning to coincide with the market.