Cheap Flights from Cardiff to Palma - Majorca
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Palma - Majorca
With Skyscanner, you can be confident that you'll find the best deals on flights from Cardiff to Palma. Carriers including Iberia, Eurowings and Thomson Airways offer direct flights. There are plenty of cheap flights from Cardiff to Palma available with one stopover as well.
Located 11 miles from the city proper, Cardiff Airport (CWL) serves over 1 million travellers each year. Flights from Cardiff to Palma and other European destinations depart every day. Buses connect with the airport at 20-minute intervals, and shuttles from the railway station are available.
Fly to Palma
Remember to bring your passport with you. It should be valid for the duration of your stay. It's a good idea to arrive at the airport two hours before your scheduled departure to give you plenty of time to go through security and grab a last-minute bite to eat.
Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) is located about 5 miles from the city centre. Serving over 20 million people annually, it is one of the busiest airports in Europe. This airport has four modern terminals with metro, bus, car hire and taxi service transit options available.
Arriving in Palma
You'll have to make some adjustments once you've gone from Cardiff to Palma. There is a one-hour time difference: Palma is one hour ahead. It's a good idea to exchange some money before leaving Wales because cash may be needed to tip drivers and other service workers as soon as you arrive.
What's the Weather Like in Palma?
The weather is a big reason there is so much demand for cheap flights from Cardiff to Palma. With plenty of sun and sea breezes, Palma is a perfect holiday destination. Winters are mild with average temperatures of 12 degrees Celsius in January and February. July and August have average highs of 30 degrees.
There is little rain in the summer, so be prepared for sunny days. It's a good idea to bring a hat with a wide brim and wear sunscreen.
What's On in Palma
Now that you've made the trip from Cardiff to Palma, what's next? There are amusement parks, art galleries and Arab baths to see. Both Moorish and Spanish architecture can be seen in Palma. The Catedral de Mallorca is well worth seeing as is the historic Castell de Bellver. Palma is known for its beaches. There's plenty of public transit to get to the shoreline and back.
Busy Cala Mayor beach is located near major hotels while Can Pere Antoni beach is near the cathedral and has a well-maintained bike path. Can Pere Antoni beach is one of the most popular places in Palma to go cycling. There is plenty of exciting nightlife in Palma. Live music events of all genres, from jazz to rock and electronica, take place all through the year. There are also regular festivals celebrating local culture.
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