Visitors from the UK are known to frequent spots in the Mediterranean such as Majorca, especially on holidays during the cold months of winter. Not only is the climate ideal most of the year, there is always something to see and do. From ancient ruins to modern discos, any holidaymaker will have a remarkably good time, when they can finally tear themselves away from idyllic beaches of Puerto Pollensa on the northern coast of the island.
When travelling to Majorca by plane, it takes approximately two to two and a half hours to reach by air which isn’t an awfully long journey. One thing which many Britons don’t often know before departing is that taxis operate a bit differently on Majorca. There is a four passenger limit so when travelling with large groups it is always recommended that you call ahead to make arrangements. This has to do with Majorcan legalities and there is no getting around it because those taxis are only licensed to carry up to four passengers.
The airport you will arrive in when flying to Majorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, will be Palma which is in the southwest. From there, many people rent cars if they intend to do any amount of sightseeing whilst in Majorca but others prefer to take a coach, minibus or the shuttle service. As mentioned, if taking a taxi the 64km from Palma to Puerto Pollensa, keep in mind that taxis are only licensed to carry four passengers and a limited amount of luggage.
No matter how you travel to the northern tip of the island, once you arrive you will be greeted by some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. People here are much more relaxed than in the capitol of Palma, which is why so many holidaymakers prefer this end of the island. When staying at the Hotel Sis Pins you can spend days on the beach or set out to explore the island, but be assured you will return to world class service and accommodations at the end of the day.