Car Hire at Palma de Mallorca Airport
This information is correct as of July 2015.
Get to Palma de Mallorca in Spain by flying in via Palma de Mallorca Airport. After entering via the airport, get around the Palma de Mallorca area through the car rental companies that operate at the airport. Some of the attractions here that shouldn’t be missed include the Bellver Castle, Palma Cathedral, Royal Palace of La Almudaina, and Cuevas del Drach, in addition to many more.
Where to hire a car at Palma de Mallorca Airport
Car rental companies that operate within Palma de Mallorca Airport include Hertz, Enterprise Rent a Car, Avis, Goldcar, Europcar, Sixt, and Record Go. The car rental offices can be found on the ground floor of the airport terminal operating from around 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. or 12:00 a.m. These agencies are some of the largest internationally known car rental providers, offering a wide range of car makes and models, along with high quality service, at affordable rates.
What to expect when hiring a car from Palma de Mallorca Airport
Palma de Mallorca Airport is situated approximately eight kilometres or five miles east of Palma de Mallorca, near Can Pastilla village. From the airport’s terminal, get to Palma de Mallorca proper in nust about 15 minutes via Autovia Autopista de Levante/Ma-19. Head northwest on Carretera del Aeropuerto. Keep right at the fork and follow signs for Palma and merge onto Ma-19. Keep left to continue on Autovia Autopista de Levante/Ma-19, then continue onto Av. Adolfo Suarez/Avinguda de Gabriel Roca. Make a slight right onto Carrer Muelle then continue onto Av. d’Antoni Maura. Turn right onto Placa de la Reina and continue onto Carrer del Conquistador. Turn left onto Carrer de Palau Reial, which then turns slight right and becomes Placa de Cort.
Driving around Palma de Mallorca Airport
Some of the roads that serve Palma de Mallorca in Spain include Ma-19, Carrer Muelle, Carrer del Conquistador, Avinguda de Gabriel Roca, Plaça de Cort, and more. Expect driving in Palma de Mallorca to be easy, with driving around as one of the better ways to get around the area. However, it might be a bit challenging to find parking. It is also best to have the right amount of patience and always be careful of pedestrians and bikes.
Driving in Spain requires you to always be on the right hand side of the road. As a standard, always have your local driver’s licence at hand, along with an International Driver’s Permit or IDP if needed. Please be advised that the IDP may be needed especially if or when the licence comes in a language other than the main language of Palma de Mallorca.
Heading out of the city and into other areas in Mallorca is easy as most cities and towns within Mallorca are directly connected to Palma de Mallorca through roads.
Getting to your destination
Alcudia is known for some attractions like Hidropark and S’Albufera Natural Park. When in the area, other activities also include the sightseeing tours, market, and shopping areas, to be visited.
From Palma de Mallorca Airport, drive to Alcudia by getting down Ma-19 then down Ma-13. Drive down Ma-13 your destination. Expect a total travel time of around 42 minutes with a distance of 59.8 kilometres.
When in Algaida, among its sights and attractions include the Ca’n Gordiola, a glass factory; and Puig de Randa, among others. Algaida also celebrates Saint Honorat fiesta annually, every January 16th.
Get to Algaida from Palma de Mallorca Airport from Ma-19, then Carrer del Cardenal Rossell or Ma-30; take exit 6 from Ma-19. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit down Carrer del Cardenal Rossell/Ma-30 then down Ma-15 to exit via exit 20 from Ma-15. Lastly, drive to Carrer de Palma in Algaida, and reach the destination after a total travel time of around 20 minutes for a 22.6-kilometre distance.
Get to Andratx, and visit fairs, events, and attractions like the Spring Agricultural Fair, CCA-Andratx Art Center, and Sa Taronja, in addition to many more.
When intending to drive to Andratx from Palma de Mallorca Airport, get on Ma-19. Next, take Ma-20 and Ma-1 to Barri Ca’n Delaigo. Take Av. de Bartomeu Esteva and Av. Juan Carlos I/Ma-10 to Carrer Archiduque in Andratx. Expect a trip that will last around 32 minutes for around 39.9 kilometres.