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Why rent a car in Palma?

Palma is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities anywhere across the Mediterranean. High praise, you might think, but spend a little time on its twisting medieval streets and you’ll it difficult to disagree.

When you book a rental car in Palma you’re making it easy to explore the city and its surrounding towns. But you shouldn’t feel that’s all there is to see – the island of Mallorca is bursting with attractions, whether you want to explore its history, dine out on top-quality seafood, or simply relax on those gorgeous beaches.

How to get to and around Palma?

Most visitors to Palma will arrive at Palma de Mallorca Airport. If you book your rental car in advance, you can be in the city itself within about 20 minutes. The popular resort towns Puerto De Pollensa Can Picafort are about an hour’s drive north, while sleepy Port de Sóller is about 45 minutes in the same direction.

What brands are available?

Pick up your hire car in Palma and you’ll be able to choose from a range of popular brands, including Centauro, AutoClick, Goldcar and Europcar. You’ll also be able to take your pick of rental car models, whether you want to cruise the city’s boulevards with the top down or need a van with enough room for to stick a few surfboards in the back.

Must-sees within an easy drive of Palma

Palma itself has plenty of attractions, but it’s impossible to ignore the awe-inspiring building that dominates skyline. Paula de l’Amudaina was originally built as an Islamic fort, but was taken over by the Spanish royal family in the 13th century. It’s still their official residence, but they’re rarely here, so you’re free to take a tour of its grand interior.

Away from Palma, Mallorca’s big draw is its beaches. They’re the stuff of postcards: pure golden sands and water so blue it doesn’t look real, with excellent visibility that lends itself to snorkelling. Some of the best are found on the island’s south coast – make sure to visit the unspoilt Cala Mondragó, about an hour east of Palma on the Ma-15. Away from the crowds, you’ll be free to enjoy those tranquil waters in peace.

For something completely different, head to the Coves Del Drac on Mallorca’s far east. The twisting, 1.2km-long caves have the feel of a giant underground cathedral and have the acoustics to match – each tour concludes with a short classical recital, performed from a boat floating on the subterranean lake.

For something completely different, head to the Coves Del Drac on Mallorca’s far east. The twisting, 1.2km-long caves have the feel of a giant underground cathedral and have the acoustics to match – each tour concludes with a short classical recital, performed from a boat floating on the subterranean lake.

Tips and tricks for driving in Palma

If you’ve driven in Spain or elsewhere in mainland Europe, you’ll be pleased to know that driving a hire car in Palma and Mallorca is no different. Just make sure to watch out for narrow streets in some of the smaller towns. Always make sure you can pass before entering – in some of the really congested places, it may make sense to get close to your destination and walk the last few hundred metres.

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Itching to see Palma for yourself, or to explore the rest of Spain? Use the Expedia to help you find the very best car hire, flight and hotel deals, and to research the best attractions and activities.

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