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Useful information at a glance

Pearl of the Mediterranean, Mallorca, is the largest of the islands that make up the Balearic Archipelago, a group that lies 50 to 190 miles (80 to 300 km) east of the Spanish mainland and is in the same time zone as Madrid. Regardless of your reason for traveling, an informed traveller is a safer traveller. Here, we provide you with quick information that is useful for any trip to Mallorca.

Emergency Numbers

All Emergency112
Police971 225 500
Guardia Civil  971 721 100
Fire Brigade Palma de Mallorca085
Emergency at Sea900 202 202 


Son Llàtzer Hospital

Son Llàtzer Hospital
Ctra. de Manacor
07198 Palma
+ 34 871 202 000
Hospital Universitario son Espases
Carretera de Valldemossa 79
07120 Palma
+34 871 205 000


San Joan Airport

San Joan Airport
Palma de Mallorca

+ 34 971 789 000

Airport Codes

IATA airport code: PMI

IATA Airport CodePMI
ICAO airport codeLEPA

You can contact the airport for all general inquiries on 902 404 704 or 91 321 10 00. Check as well airlines and airports with direct flight connections to Palma de Mallorca (PMI).

Port Authority – Autoridad Portuaria de Baleares

Port Authority of the Balearic islands- Port of Palma
Alcudia – Ibiza – Menorca – Palma de Mallorca – Formentera

Moll Vell 3,
07012 Palma de Mallorca
+ 34 971 228 150
Palma de Mallorca Harbormaster’s Office
Moll Vell, 1 
07012 Palma de Mallorca
+34 971 711 371


Mallorca has two ports intended for passenger traffic: the port of Palma, the main island, and the port of Alcúdia. Balearia and Transmediterranea are the direct ferry services that connect Palma de Mallorca with Barcelona, Valencia, and Denia (between 6 and 8 hours depending on the ferry); and to the other Balearic Islands of Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. 

The city center is located approximately 4 kilometers from the passenger port. There are several options to reach the center:

Bus: line number 1.

Walk/bicycle: – 45 minutes walking – this is a pleasant route along a beautiful promenade.

City sightseeing: The tourist bus stops at the Maritime Station and allows you to explore the city with ease.

Taxis: in front of the Maritime Station there is a taxi rank. In addition to the regular service, customized excursions are also available.


Radio Taxi Palma 971 401 414.

Radio Taxi Mallorca+ 34 971 201 212.
Teletaxi Palma+ 34 971 200 900


There is a car hire company in the Maritime Station.


The Port of Alcúdia is located on the north coast of the island of Mallorca. From here, you can take ferries to Ciutadella, Menorca. The ferry service from Alcudia connects Mallorca to Menorca (Ciutadella).  In the high season, there is a ferry service to Toulon in the south of France (about 12 hours).


The Tourist offices are the best way to get information about Mallorca. There is a central office on each island (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera) and a complete network of municipal tourist offices in the tourist areas, some of which are only open during the high season.

Mallorca tourist information office (Consell de Mallorca) 

Mallorca Tourist Information Office (Consell de Mallorca) 
Plaça de la Reina 2
07012 Palma de Mallorca
+ 34 971 173 990 

Opening Hours 

Monday-Friday: 8:30 – 18:00

Saturday: 9:00 – 15:00

Sundays: closed

Mallorca Airport Tourist Information Office (Consell de Mallorca) 
Palma de Mallorca Airport. Arrivals
+ 34 971 789 556  

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday: 8:30 – 17:30

Saturday: 9:00 – 16:00S

Sunday: 9:00 – 13:30

Balearic Islands Official Tourist Information: Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza, and Formentera