Where is Magaluf ? – we are often asked that question

Even though loads of people have been, they are often unable to remember. It’s right on the pleasant and rather historic island of Majorca (or Mallorca of you want to go local), Spain.  Below you’ll find info on how to get here but we also recommend you think bout how to get around once you arrive, with our transport options:

Flights to Mallorca (Palma Airport)

First on the agenda of the “where is Magaluf” crowd is getting a  flight. The following companies fly to Palma de Mallorca  from the UK and Ireland:
From London Luton, London Gatwick, London Stansted, Liverpool, Newcastle, Bristol
Flights from London Stansted, Luton, Liverpool, Blackpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, East Midlands, Doncaster Sheffield, Bristol, Dublin, Bournemouth
Birmingham, London Heathrow, London Gatwick
Birmingham, Dublin, London Heathrow

Magaluf Airport Transfers

Book airport transfers in advance. Avoid the chaos, hassle and potential rip-off of scrambling for taxis when your group arrives in Palma. Book a coach transfer with us, and you’ll have a smooth arrival, and the friendly face of one of our reps there to meet you.  She or he will make sure you get the start-up information and pointers you need when arriving in a big city.

Book airport transfers from Palma in advance. Save money and avoid the chaos of scrambling for taxis when your group arrives. If you are staying in Magaluf or Palma Nova, (the other side of Palma city from the airport) you will save a fair amount too!