Not a lot of room in seats.
Amazing stewardess. Good food. Made our journey very comfy.
Luton airport toilets not clean security slow
No delays, nothing to moan about !
This flight was serviced by Veuling
Toasted sandwich not great and undercooked
Typical EasyJet flight... did what it says on the tin... no more, no less...
Left a few minutes early and arrived very early - excellent
Great low-cost airline!
Very impressed. Efficient and flight 15 mins early
Founded during the Roman occupation of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca is sandwiched between the Mediterranean and the island’s rugged interior. Incredibly beautiful and offering a fantastic choice of historic sights, restaurants, bars and attractions, it’s a great destination for a city break with a difference.
Temperatures in Palma never fall very low, so there’s not really a bad time to visit the city. The busiest period in Mallorca is June to September. During the summer months the city can become crowded as visitors from nearby resorts pop into Palma for shopping and sightseeing.
If you want to avoid the summer crowds and the summer prices, book your flights to Palma in the spring months. March, April and May can be absolutely beautiful on Mallorca and finding a great deal on your airfare to the island should be easy.
The more flexible you can be when planning your trip, the easier it will be to find cheap flights to Palma de Mallorca.
If your travel plans aren’t set in stone, click the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the Expedia results page to see if you could save money by flying on a different day.
As budget airlines often focus on particular airports, airfares can vary considerably between departure points. Click the ‘Nearby airports’ link to see if there are any alternative airports within easy reach and then search for flights from these airports using Expedia.
Palma de Mallorca Airport is the main arrival point for passengers travelling to the island. The third busiest airport in Spain, it offers direct flights to a large choice of European destinations. Regular buses link the airport with central Palma and taxis are also available at the terminal building.
Both budget airlines and premium carriers offer direct services between the UK and Palma.
The historic centre of Palma is small enough to explore on foot. If you want to go further afield, or if you don’t feel like walking in the midday sun, the city has a good bus network and taxis are easy to find in the city centre. Trains and buses connect Palma with nearby towns and villages.
The most prominent sight in Palma is the city’s cathedral. Commonly referred to as La Seu, it was constructed between the 13th and early 17th centuries and is home to a beautiful collection of artworks. Visit the cathedral as you explore the city’s old town to learn a little more about Palma’s unique history.
British passport holders don’t need a visa to travel to Mallorca. The island is one hour ahead of the UK.