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Why Fly to Palma?
The capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma is a cosmopolitan city with excellent restaurants, chic bars and fine architecture. Its warm Mediterranean climate lends itself to al fresco living and there are many pavement cafés and outdoor spaces to enjoy. Palma is a good starting point from which to explore the rest of Majorca, including its wonderful beaches and mountains. It is very well served by airlines from destinations across the UK and it is often possible to find cheap flights to Palma.
Flying to Palma from the UK
Direct flights to Palma Majorca depart from airports across the UK and it is often possible to get cheap flights with a number of airlines, including several low-cost carriers. Direct flights depart from UK airports including, London Gatwick, Stansted and Luton, East Midlands, Bristol, Glasgow Prestwick, Leeds Bradford, Cardiff, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Belfast. It is possible to get non-direct flights to Palma from airports including London Heathrow and Edinburgh, but these do tend to cost more.
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Which Airlines Fly to Palma?
Many low-cost airlines fly to Palma including Ryanair, easyJet and Jet2.com. The wide choice of airlines means it if often possible to find cheap flight deals to Palma. Ryanair and flythomascook.com fly from many UK airports including East Midlands, Bristol, London Stansted and Leeds Bradford. EasyJet offers direct services to Palma from London Luton, Liverpool, Newcastle, Belfast International and Doncaster Sheffield. Thomson Flights also have flights departing from several airports including Cardiff, London Gatwick, Norwich and Exeter.
Mini Travel Guide to Palma
Head to Palma’s historic centre to see Gothic and Baroque churches, such as the Basílica de Sant Francesc and Església de Santa Eulalia. Palma’s huge cathedral is probably the city’s most iconic landmark. It sits high above the waterfront and has an impressive interior featuring works by Antoni Gaudí and Miquel Barceló.
Food lovers will be spoilt at the city’s world-class eateries which serve a wide choice of global cuisines and regional specialities with an emphasis on fresh seafood. The city comes alive after dark and there are plenty of places to meet for a drink, from bodegas (wine cellars) and elegant cocktail bars to nightclubs and pubs.
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