Magaluf is located on the south-western coast of Majorca, Spain, at the western end of Palma Bay. Getting to Magaluf in Majorca is easy that holidaymakers may find variety of direct, scheduled and charter flights to Magaluf (Majorca) from many Spanish cities and many major European cities.
Travelling to Magaluf by Air
Palma de Mallorca airport (Son Sant Joan) is the airport of Majorca that holidaymakers should travel to Palma de Mallorca Airport to get to Magaluf easily. Palma de Mallorca Airport, Son Sant Joan is not only the biggest locally but one of the chief tourist airports in Europe. Palma de Mallorca Airport is located about 27 km from Magaluf. It takes about 30 mins. to get to Magaluf by car from Palma de Mallorca Airport.
Magaluf Tourist Information Office
C/ Pedro Vaquer Ramis, 1
Tel. +34 971 13 11 26
Fax. +34 971 13 11 88
Palma de Mallorca airport (Son Sant Joan) Information
Address: 07000 Palma de Mallorca; 11 km. on the southeast of Palma de Mallorca
Airport code: PMI
Tel: +34 971 789 000
Travelling to Magaluf by Sea
There are regular ferries to Majorca from Spain mainland that include; Baleària Eurolínies Marítimes, Iscomar and Acciona Trasmediterranea. Regular ferries are made from Barcelona, Valencia and Alicante (Dénia). Balearia has 7 departures between Barcelona and Palma de Majorca per week. Acciona Trasmediterranea has 1-2 departures between Barcelona to Palma de Majorca per day depending the season. Iscomar has ferries between Majorca and Menorca.
Ferry Lines between the Balearic Islands
Acciona-Trasmediterranea: Mallorca-Menorca, Mallorca-Ibiza.
Baleària Eurolínies Marítimes: Ibiza-Formentera, Mallorca-Ibiza, Mallorca-Formentera.
Cape Balear de Cruceros: Mallorca-Menorca
Iscomar: Mallorca-Menorca, Ibiza-Formentera.
Mediterranea Pitiusa SL : Ibiza-Formentera.
Umafisa Lines: Ibiza-Formentera.