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Fly direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the beautiful island of Majorca in Spain Flying direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Palma (PMI), we can get you over to this magical island in no time with help from our friends at TUI, RyanairEasyJet and from Summer 2018 Blue Air. Book your flight and escape to the pristine golden beaches of Majorca and get ready to soak up the vibrant atmosphere of Palma’s bustling nightlife.

Why you should go

Whether it’s a quick weekend away with the other half or some well-deserved me time you’re after, there’s definitely something for everyone in Palma, Majorca. Overlooking the gorgeous Mediterranean Sea and with a coast covered in chic beach clubs, Palma’s bustling atmosphere is one of a kind. The architecture and surroundings are both sophisticated and cultured, making it a must-see location for the most avid of travellers.

If you’re a lover of Spanish wine and tapas, Palma will have you spoilt for choice when it comes to authentic cafes and eateries. Fancy a spot of sightseeing? Go back in time by walking around the Roman ruins of Palma’s Old Town and stop by the Gothic cathedral La Seu for a jaw-dropping masterpiece. Don’t worry if walking isn’t really your thing when on holiday as Palma has an array of stunning beaches to help you relax. Playa de Palma plays host to the island’s most coveted resorts set out along the many miles of beautiful golden sand. Day trips to the likes of Valldemossa, Rancho Grande and the Caves of Drach also reveal the true rural attractiveness of this Spanish island.

For those looking for a wild night out, Magaluf is the place to go. From all night karaoke, bucking broncos, cocktails and dancing, there are plenty of bars, pubs and clubs which often stay open well into the early hours of the morning. If you prefer a slightly tamer surrounding, Palma itself has a number of lively bars and clubs perfect for a couple of drinks after a day of exploring or sunbathing.

When you should go

Majorca is truly stunning in the sunshine, so if this is the main reason for your visit you should look to travel between May and September when temperatures can reach up to 26°C. The island also holds annual festivals in January for Sant Sebastian and June for Sant Joan, so if you enjoy culture, book your trip in time for the festivities.

Where you should stay

For peace, quiet and utter bliss, head to the north east of Majorca to regions such as Colonia de Sant Pere, Cala Rajada. If you’re bringing little ones along, the likes of Alcudia and Pollenca have a bunch of family friendly resorts that are perfect for family holidays. Located in the south west, party people should look to visit Palma Nova and Magaluf but for those who enjoy city breaks, the stylish city of Palma de Mallorca has been hailed as having similarities to Barcelona.

Don’t miss!

Looking for something off the beaten track? Here’s some suggestions:

  • Caló des Màrmols - despite the tricky hike to reach it, this tranquil beach out of sight on the eastern coast of the island is definitely worth it.
  • Sky Bar, Palma - take in the stunning views of the bay and old town whilst sipping on an ice cold mojito.
  • Bar Nou - with a plate full of fresh fish and great wine, sit out on the terrace of this popular restaurant for a real taste of Spain.

Make some lasting memories on the island of Majorca and book your flight to Palma from Liverpool John Lennon Airport today.

easyJet, Ryanair & TUI, and new for 2018 Blue Air, have regular flights between Liverpool and Majorca and you can now book your Majorca flight right here using our SkyScanner booking system. Whatever the nature of your trip our regular flights from Liverpool to Majorca in Spain are quick and convenient and fly into Palma Airport.

Once you book flights to Majorca, Spain you might want to browse information on Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.

If you planning to book one of the easyJet, Ryanair & Tui flights from Majorca to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.

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GMT + 1 EUR 2hr 30 TUI, easyJet,  Ryanair & Blue Air PMI