Tranquil before the sun goes down, Ibiza is more than all-night raving and famous DJs.
Majorca still holds the throne for the perfect summer holiday.
Approximate flight time: 2 hours 20 minutes
Airlines that fly direct: Jet2.com, TUI and Ryanair
No. of Airports in Menorca: Palma de Mallorca Airport
Seasons: High = June - September; Low = November - March
Currency: Euro (€)
Departing from Birmingham Airport
With its great shops, bars and restaurants, spending time at the airport will be an enjoyable way to start your holiday.
There are many ways to get to the airport, meaning that whether you prefer private or public transport, travelling to Birmingham Airport is easy. If you want to travel by public transport, you will find bus and coach services running directly to the airport from all over the UK. Trains will take you to Birmingham International train station, from where the free and frequent transport to the terminal.
Those driving to the airport will find a choice of seven car parks, which are all easily accessible from the terminal by foot or via a free courtesy shuttle bus. Book a parking space online in advance and save up to 70%.
Feeling peckish before your flight? We have a fantastic selection of cafés, bars and restaurants for you to choose from. Wetherspoon and Factory Bar have extensive menus so you'll be spoilt for choice!
Once you’ve eaten, it’s time for some pre-flight shopping. With great deals at World Duty Free, as well as fashion stores like JD Sports, and Boots for any essentials, we’ve got everything you could need before you fly.
Average temperature in Majorca
Arriving at Majorca Airport
There are several methods of transport to take from the airport. The Palma Metro is popular and serves nine stations. It operates from 06:15 to 23:00.
Should you prefer a taxi, you can find the taxi rank located in front of the Arrivals areas in the terminal main building. Generally, taxi charges are charged per kilometre with a minimum charge.
What to expect in Majorca
The biggest of Spain's Balearic Islands, Majorca has been a popular hotspot for all types of holiday makers for years. It can be found just off the coast of north-east Spain and is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea.
Spanish is the main language spoken in Majorca, though residents also speak Catalan.
Majorca is hottest in the summer months, July and August when temperatures can get as high as 30°C. If you prefer a cooler climate try visiting in September.
Pre-book your transfer with HolidayTaxis and avoid the queues when you arrive.
Culture in Majorca
Well-known Magaluf is bursting with famous nightclubs and bars but there's more Majorca. If you're looking for a calmer scene, the capital Palma is perfect for delicious tapas or cool cocktail bars.