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Fly direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to the beautiful Spanish island of Majorca (also spelled Mallorca). Escape to the pristine golden beaches of this gorgeous island and get ready to soak up the vibrant atmosphere of the bustling nightlife. Book your flight from Liverpool to Palma, Majorca’s main airport, today.

Why you should go to Majorca

Whether it’s a quick weekend away with your other half or a solo trip for some well-deserved me-time, there’s definitely something for everyone in Majorca. Overlooking the gorgeous Mediterranean Sea and with a coast dotted with chic beach clubs, the Spanish island’s capital city of Palma boasts a bustling atmosphere that is truly one of a kind.
If you’re a lover of Spanish wine and tapas, the island 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 Palma’s Old Town and marvel in its ancient Roman ruins, or stop by the Gothic cathedral La Seu to feast your eyes upon the jaw-dropping masterpiece

Don’t worry if walking isn’t really your thing - there are also plenty of stunning beaches where you can relax and unwind. Meanwhile, Playa de Palma is one of the island’s most popular resorts, boasting stretches of beautiful golden sands. To soak up the island in all its glory, why not head out on a day trip to Rancho or Valldemossa?

For those looking for a wild night out, Magaluf is the place to go. From all-night karaoke to bucking broncos, cocktails and dancing, there are plenty of bars, pubs and clubs, many of which stay open well into the early hours of the morning.

So what are you waiting for? Book your flights to Majorca from Liverpool John Lennon Airport today.

When you should go to Majorca

Majorca is truly stunning in the sunshine, so if you’re keen to soak up some rays, 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, make sure you book your trip in time for these festivities.

Where to stay in Majorca

Whether you’re travelling solo or as a group, there is no shortage of places of stay in Majorca. For peace, quiet and utter bliss, head to the north east of Majorca to locations such as Colonia de Sant Pere. If you’re bringing little ones along, the likes of Alcudia and Pollensa offer family-friendly resorts that are perfect for those travelling with children.

Located in the south-west, party people should look to visit Palma Nova and Magaluf, while for travellers who enjoy city breaks, the stylish city of Palma de Mallorca has been hailed as having similarities to Barcelona. Find the perfect accommodation for your trip to Majorca at Jet2holidays.

What to see and do in Majorca

As the largest of the Balearic Islands, there’s so much to see and do during your trip to Majorca. The most popular attractions include:

  • Drach Caves
    The Drach Caves consist of four beautiful natural caves, and they are truly a sight to behold. You can access the caves on a relaxing guided boat tour from Manacor, which is near the fishing village of Porto Cristo in west Majorca.

  • Katmandu Park
    Kathmandu Park is the ideal day out if you’re travelling to the island with kids. Featuring a splash park, soft play and various fun rides, this is the perfect place to keep children of all ages entertained.

  • Catedral-Basílica de Santa María de Mallorca
    Simply referred to as Palma Cathedral, this spectacular 14th century cathedral is one of Majorca’s most iconic landmarks. Sitting within the old city of Palma, the cathedral stands at an impressive 121 metres long, 55 metres wide and with a nave that's 44 metres tall.

How long does it take to fly to Majorca?

Flights from Liverpool to Majorca take 2 hours and 30 minutes, and the local time zone is GMT +1. Regardless of whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, you can fly directly from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) via easyJet, Ryanair and

If you’ve booked your flights to Majorca from Liverpool, you might want to browse our site for more information on what our airport has to offer. At our terminal, you can enjoy a range of shops and restaurants, and you can even book a Fast Track security pass to beat the queues. For the ultimate in relaxation, why not secure a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge ahead of your flight? We also offer secure car parking for your vehicle for the duration of your trip.

If you have booked flights from Majorca to Liverpool, you might want to browse our Transport section for local traffic updates or use our Car Rental service for your onward journey.

What currency do they use in Majorca?

The currency used in Majorca is the Euro (EUR).

Time Zone Currency Flight Time Carriers Airport Code
GMT + 1 EUR 2hr 30 easyJet,, Ryanair PMI