Palma de Mallorca is well-known for its resorts and package holidays but also offers remarkable sights to explore, with medieval castles and cathedrals, grand villas and gardens, art galleries and museums. Each corner of the island has its own appeal – the northeast for history, the east coast for picturesque beaches and caves, the north and west for majestic mountains and charming villages.
The stunning scenery of Mallorca makes the island ideal for enjoying outdoor activities, whether it be gentle strolls or adventurous hiking, cycling or golf. There are numerous top class marinas and yacht clubs all around the coast, and many international regattas are hosted in Mallorca each year.
Amazing water parks, adventure parks and petting farms will cater to family holiday needs. For young and restless, the capital city Palma offers vibrant nightlife with top quality restaurants and late night bars and clubs.
Mallorca is only a couple of hours’ flight for most of Europe, and such accessibility along with the natural beauty and year-round sunshine make it a popular destination. The island has always been welcoming the rich and famous, with luxury accommodation owned by Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Claudia Schiffer, Rafael Nadal serving as a proof.
Nonetheless, a holiday in Palma de Mallorca is a memorable experience with something for everyone to enjoy. So, if you feel like all night partying in a buzzing city or dream of lazy days on the sandy beaches, Mallorca is the place to come.
Palma de Mallorca is 2771 kilometers from Helsinki, which makes the average travel time for a direct flight of 4 hours.
There are 5 weekly flights from Helsinki to Palma de Mallorca today with only 1 non-stop flight operated by Norwegian Air International. Some other popular airlines flying to Palma Mallorca Airport include Iberia, Air Berlin, Lufthansa, Vueling and Ryanair. Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Brussels and Madrid are most popular connection hubs for one stop flights between Helsinki and Palma de Mallorca.
If you are looking for low fare deals on flights from Helsinki to Palma de Mallorca, you can find the cheapest ticket options with the help of the calendar below. With a single search, you can see a variety of offers from several airlines, which will help you plan a trip that fits your needs and budget.
April is the lowest fare by month when flying from Helsinki to Palma de Mallorca. Palma boasts of a mild Mediterranean climate all year round, so even if you plan your holiday in spring, this time is slightly cool but still comfortable.
The cheapest days to fly are those unpopular travel days – Tuesdays, Wednesday and Saturdays, while the most expensive days to fly are the most popular days – Fridays and Sundays. Mind that the cheapest fares are for overnight flights and flights at dawn.
You should also note that the best time to book a flight is Tuesday about 3 p.m. EST, which is when airlines release most sales and due to the competition between them you have more deals to choose from.
If you are flexible about your travel plans, a little inconvenience can save you a lot of money. Sure, non-stop flights are more convenient but adding a stop or two can save you as much as 50%. So it might be a good idea to consider the Ryanair low cost flight with a stopover in Brussels.
The last but not the least, when booking flights for two or more people, book just one ticket at a time in separate transactions to get the lowest price. That’s because airline reservation system requires multiple tickets sold in a single transaction be the same price.
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