With your car hire at Majorca airport you can enjoy the island of Palma from the first minute. With freedom, at your own pace and safely.
Palma de Majorca is one of the favorite destinations for road trip lovers. Majorca is the biggest island of the Balearic archipelago and offers unique sites that invite you to rent a vehicle and discover them while on the road.
If you happen to be a sea enthusiast or maybe you love to get lost in its idyllic mountain ranges and unbelievable valleys, Mallorca has the perfect plan for you. You will be amazed when you contemplate the alpine settings while driving uphill to the Puig Major, which is located in the famous Sierra de Tramuntana—declared World Heritage by the UNESCO. Also, you can get to enjoy a magic twilight in the emblematic Cap de Formentor, in the northernmost point of Majorca.
Whatever your idea of a perfect vacation is, this Balearic island offers a wide range of magic places and lots of history that can be enjoyed onboard your rental vehicle.
From Record Go, we suggest you to take advantage of your vehicle to get to the sublime Sa Calobra beach through the Sa Calobra road. This beach also offers access to the beautiful mouth of the Torrent de Pareis—also declared natural monument by its cultural and landscape value. Back to the island’s capital, Palma de Majorca; it is worth spending a little bit of extra time driving up to some of its delightful small bays such as Cala Varques, in Manacor (south of the island) or Caló des Moro in Santanyi, which is located a little west of the first one.
As a result, it is no surprise that Palma de Majorca’s airport is one of the busiest airports, in terms of tourists figures; always wanting to enjoy a delightful place.
Currently, car hire at the Mallorca airport is the safest and most demanded option to move around the island.
At Record go we have our own car hire offices in all of the main tourist centres of Spain and Portugal.
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