Majorca, Spain » City Info » Travel Tips

Majorca or Mallorca, is a popular travel destination and in high season it is flooded with millions of tourists from all over the world. This is a blessing for the inhabitants who are well prepared for it by providing a well-organized tourist infrastructure.
Except for the sun, sea and sand, there are many other attractions waiting to be discovered. The Gothic architecture, hilltop villages, olive grooves and hidden coves create an unforgettable holiday, along with the crazy summer parties.
Visitors can enjoy their explorations almost anywhere from Palma de Mallorca to the main centre, or the northwest coast in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain ranges or even in the north and east coast beaches.
By plane
There are flights from many European cities to Palma de Mallorca airport. Many of the discount airlines have daily flights.
Also, there are flights from Menorca and Ibiza, but are double the price of ferries from these islands, and save only about an hour.
From the airport there are public buses running down to central Palma which are quite frequent,and the offices of the car rental agencies can also be found here.
By Rail
There is a tramway and a well-developed railway system with connections to many parts of the island. Many towns have developed a tramway system. There are two railways in Majorca; one takes you from Palma to Inca and the other from Palma to Soller.
By boat
One can catch a ferry to Palma from several points on the Spanish coast. There is also a ferry from Minorca to Alcudia