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Car Hire at Palma Majorca Airport

This information is correct as of October 2015

Whether you want culture and clubbing in Palma, shopping for fabulous leather goods in Inca or escaping to the orange groves of Soller, you can find the best car hire at Palma Majorca Airport with Skyscanner. Also, check out our guide on things to do in Palma.

Where to hire a car at Palma Majorca Airport

There are seven car hire companies with desks at Palma Majorca Airport: Hertz, Enterprise, Avis, Goldcar, Europecar, Sixt and Record Go. All of the desks are inside the terminal, so you don’t need to go far to pick up your car.

Petrol stations near Palma Majorca Airport

Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.

Luckily there is a Repsol garage located on the airport site. Head east on Carretera del Aeropuerto, keep left then follow the road around to the right and the petrol station will be on the right hand side.

Driving around Palma Majorca Airport

Palma Majorca Airport is well connected to the region’s main roads and is easily accessible thanks to Majorca’s well developed road network. The island’s three motorways all merge on Palma’s Via Cintura (ring road): the Llevant motorway comes in from the west; the Ponent motorway from the east; and the central motorway from Inca and the northeast. It is easy to access all parts of Palma from the ring road. For the airport terminal take exit 7A off the Ma-19 eastbound which leads directly to the airport terminal.

Getting to your destination

We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to the most popular destinations from Palma Majorca Airport.


Beautiful Soller is nestled amid a heady orange grove valley with mountains behind and sea stretching out in front. Gorgeous pavement cafes in the main Placa Constitucid are perfect for relaxing in while local pastry shops and ice cream parlours sell mouth-watering treats. A rumbling old tram will take you around main sights of this charming town. Art lovers should visit in May for the Apropa’t A L’Art and the Moros y Cristianos Fira and Firo in May. Enjoy the drive to Soller, it’s one of the twistiest roads on the island! It takes just 35 minutes to reach Soller by car from Palma Majorca Airport. Take the Ma-19 then the Ma-11 to Carrer Carrero Den Fig, following signs to the centre of Soller. Inca Inca lies at the foot of the beautiful Tramuntana mountain range and is known on the island as the ‘city of leather’ thanks to its fabulous produce from bags to shoes. Inca is a bustling town of outdoor markets, pavement cafes, high end pastry shops and coffee houses. Wine lover’s will enjoy touring its wonderful wine cellars, many of which also double as restaurants. Inca’s best market is on Thursday in the Placa d’Espanya where you are sure to bag a bargain. Inca’s Autumn Fair with fireworks, music and all-night dancing are well worth visiting for. Inca is just 30 minutes from Palma Majorca Airport by car. Get on the Ma-19, then on to the Ma-13 taking exit 25 towards Inca. Follow the signs to the centre.


This sophisticated city makes a wonderful holiday destination for families, thanks to its variety of resorts, and for anyone wanting to enjoy a vibrant nightlife and fascinating culture. Palma’s historical centre is one of the best preserved in Europe with the La Seu cathedral as its centrepiece. Marvel at the 13th century Almudaina Palace or visit the Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art or the Miro Museum for stunning works of art. From Arabian baths and lively outdoor markets to high end fashion boutiques, cafe culture and fine dining, DJ bars and all night clubbing, Palma has something for everyone.
It takes less than 20 minutes to reach Palma from the airport. Take the Ma-19 and Avinguda de Gabriel Roca to Carrer Muelle then the Avenue d’Antoni Maura and follow signs to the centre.
There are some streets in Palma that offer free on-street parking, however, it is also charged in some areas. There is a good choice of above ground and underground car parks which cost from €5.00 to €20.00 per day. Some hotels in Palma also offer free parking.

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