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When flying from New Zealand to Palma de Mallorca, Spain, you should plan on at least 30h 15min for the flight. Flights from Auckland reach their destination in the shortest time, with many flight options under 33h. Flights from Christchurch take slightly longer on average, but you can still find a variety of flights landing in Palma de Mallorca in under 40h. When flying out of Wellington, your flight will last at least 36h.
Unfortunately, nonstop flights from New Zealand to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), Palma, are not currently available. Flights with two stops are plentiful when flying out of Auckland Airport (AUK). Most of the shortest flights out of AUK stop first in either Singapore, Hong Kong, or Doha before stopping in Europe and ultimately at PMI. You can also find several daily Palma de Mallorca flight deals with two stops out of Christchurch Airport (CHC). The most popular first stop from CHC is in Singapore, with second stops in European cities such as Barcelona, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, and Zurich. Flights from Wellington almost always have three or more stops, with the first stop in either Auckland, Christchurch, Sydney or Brisbane.
The Palma de Mallorca Airport is located about 11 km southeast of the Palma city centre. The A1 bus runs between the airport and the Plaza d’Espanya every 20min, taking about 30min total. There are no rideshare services in Mallorca (they are not legal), so if you want to travel to the city by car, your options are hiring a taxi or renting a car. Taxi rides to the city centre take about 11min (or more if there’s traffic) and cost about € 16 (NZ$ 27). The car rental counters in the airport are located in the baggage claim hall.
The resort town of Palma de Mallorca is known for sunbathing, sightseeing and shopping. You can bike or stroll along the city’s seaside promenade, where you’ll find places to grab a drink and bite to eat as well as some great spots for swimming and sunbathing. Some favorite beaches in the city include the Palma City Beach, which features golden sands, showers, and a beach club at either end, and Calo Mesquida, featuring shallow waters that are perfect for water sports, swimming and snorkelling. When venturing into the city for some sightseeing, be sure to check out some of the historic architecture, such as the Gothic Palma Cathedral, the Moorish Almudaina fortress, and the medieval Bellver Castle. Art lovers can explore the Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Museo Pilar & Joan Miró, among other museums in the city. Shoppers have many options, from the high-end stores along the Paseo del Borne to the local boutiques and art galleries lining the streets of Central Palma surrounding the Plaza d’Espanya.
New Zealand citizens only need their current passport to fly to Palma de Mallorca. You do not need to obtain a visa for visits of less than 90 days.
Most people fly into Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan (PMI) if they book a flight to Palma de Mallorca. Son Sant Joan is conveniently located just 7.4 km from Palma de Mallorca’s city centre.