Travel to Balearic Islands

Flying to Balearic Islands

There are regular international flights to Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza. Airlines operating direct flights from the UK include British Airways (, Iberia (, easyJet (, Flybe (, Jet2 ( and Ryanair (

Air Nostrum ( runs flights between the islands.

Flight times:

From London - 2 hours 30 minutes.

Departure tax:


Airport guides

Airport Code: IBZ. Location: Ibiza Airport is located 7km (4.5 miles) southwest of Ibiza Town. Money: ATMs and banks are located in the public area of Arrivals. Read more

Airport Code: PMI. Location: Palma de Mallorca Airport is located 8km (5 miles) east of Palma de Mallorca. Money: The terminal has a several ATMs around the airport and a currency exchange service on the first... Read more

Airport Code: MAH. Location: Menorca Airport is situated 5km (3 miles) to the southwest of the island’s capital, Mahón. Money: There is one ATM at the airport, located in the Arrivals Hall on the ground floor of the terminal... Read more

Travel by rail

On Mallorca a narrow-gauge train ( runs from Palmato Sóller, and a tram runs from Sóller to the port of Sóller. InterRail passes are not valid. There are no railways on any of the other islands.

Driving to Balearic Islands

Car and scooter/motorbike hire is widely available.

Getting to Balearic Islands by boat

Main ports: Palma, Mahón and Ciutadella. Cruise ships also moor at Ibiza Town.

Ferry operators:

Balearia ( operates car ferries and fast ferries from Barcelona, Dénia and Valencia.

Trasmediterránea ( operate car ferries from Barcelona and Valencia.

Baleria also runs ferries from Ibiza to Formentera, as does Trasmapi ( (journey time - 30 to 40 minutes).

Corsica & Sardinia Ferries ( operates a car ferry route between Toulon (France) and Mallorca (journey time - 11 hours.)

Visa and passport information is updated regularly and is correct at the time of publishing. You should verify critical travel information independently with the relevant embassy before you travel.