PALMA DE MALLORCA AIRPORT IS THE THIRD LARGEST AIRPORT IN SPAIN AFTER MADRID AIRPORT AND BARCELONA AIRPORT
During the summer it is one of the busiest airports in Europe, and was used by 23.1 million passengers in 2014.
The airport is located 8 km east of Palma and is more commonly known as Son Sant Joan Airport. The airport can handle 25 million passengers per year, with a capacity to dispatch 12,000 passengers per hour to their destinations, particularly to mainland Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom.
Palma is a very accessible city from any part of the world. Airlines offer direct flights from most European cities, and flights from any other continent can easily reach Mallorca through Spanish mainland airports like Madrid or Barcelona.
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Don´t forget to visit...
La Victoria & Smugglers cave
This excursion takes you through the coast and the mountains of the northern peninsula and is a great way to see the best nature in Mallorca. Moreover, the peninsula La Victoria is considered one of the most beautiful spots on the island because of its unspoilt nature and the beautiful landscapes. After the hike you can enter a cave once used by smugglers. This hike is great for both beginners and experts and takes you through an area declared as a “Natural Area of Special Interest”.