Taxi Algaida – Transfers to Algaida from Palma de Mallorca Airport or Port
How to get to Algaida?
Algaida is located in the centre of the island of Mallorca, 20 minutes from Palma de Mallorca Airport and 30 minutes from the port.
The best way to get to Algaida from the airport is by car. In the case of groups, renting a transfer or minibus from the airport to Algaida is the smartest option if you want to reduce complications and get around more comfortably.
Also, when you`re on vacation, getting off the plane or boat and having to stand in long lines to get a taxi is something no one wants.
Book a private taxi from Palma de Mallorca airport to Algaida
With Taxi Tour Mallorca you have the possibility to go from the airport or the port of Palma to Algaida without having to make the long taxi queues or long and heavy journeys on public transport.
Book until the last minute directly on our website and do not worry about flight delays. Our private drivers will pick you up on arrival and take you to Algaida on a pleasant journey.
Book now your transfer or mini bus for groups or a taxi for up to 4 people to Algaida.
Transfers from Algaida to Palma Airport and port
Also, if what you need is a taxi to go from Algaida to Palma de Mallorca airport or to the port, you can also book it right here so that we can pick you up where you indicate us.
Price taxi Palma - Algaida
How much is a taxi from Palma to Algaida? This is one of the first questions asked by tourists who want to get to Algaida from Palma. Although the price of this journey may vary depending on the area in which you need to be picked up, these are the prices of our taxis from the port or airport of Palma to Algaida:
Taxi Palma Airport – Algaida
- Taxi 1-4 pax: 55€
- Minibus 5-6 pax: 60€
- Minibus 7-8 pax: 65€
- Minibus 9-10 pax: 80€
- Minibus 11-12 pax: 85€
Taxi Port of Palma – Algaida
- Taxi 1-4 pax: 65€
- Minibus 5-6 pax: 70€
- Minibus 7-8 pax: 75€
- Minibus 9-10 pax: 90€
- Minibus 11-12 pax: 95€
Algaida, a village of stories, legends and traditions
Algaida is a traditional rural municipality located in the centre-south of Mallorca, and includes the towns of Algaida, Pina and Randa. It is 22 km from Palma airport.
Pina is a small town that belongs to Algaida. It is known to have been inhabited in ancient times, thanks to talayots and caves found among the archaeological remains. Its main places of interest and monuments are the church of San Cosme and San Damiano, the cross, the convent and the fountain of Pina. The pine fountain forms a harmonious whole under the shade of ivy, elms and poplars. Pina is situated in a valley crossed by a torrent of water coming from Randa and Montuïri, which can be seen from the viewpoint at the end of the village.
On the first Sunday in July, a summer party is held in Pina, known as Rock&Pina, where young people come to enjoy the music.
To the north of Algaida and on the slopes of Puig de Randa, is the town of Randa and the Santuari de Cura, from where we can see practically all of Mallorca, and even Cabrera and Ibiza when the skies are clear. An authentic panoramic viewpoint over Mallorca from Puig de Cura, Randa`s highest point. The Santuari de Cura was the retreat place of the monks for many centuries, and where we now find a museum, a football field and a shop. In addition, there is an excellent restaurant from which to admire the incredible views of the island.
It is usually a destination for cyclists or hikers. In Puig de Randa we can find the Hermitage of Sant Honorat, the Sanctuary of Nostra Senyora de Gràcia and the Sanctuary of Nostra Senyora de Cura.
Algaida is an agricultural and picturesque village, known especially for the blown glass factory Arte Gordiola, owned by the family of the same name. The Ca`n Gordiola factory resembles a castle, and supplied this type of art to the Royal House of Spain and to European noble families.
It is a town with history, as remains of the pre-Talayotic period were found in the caves of Son Reus, and Talayotic in the village of Sa Serra-Punxuat.
Wine producers also live in Algaida, and Can Majoral is the best example. A family business that produces organic wine of great tradition. The popularity of this winery is the annual harvest under the full moon, where 200 volunteers participate in the harvest.
But there`s a party in Algaida too! In January, San Honorat, the patron saint of Algaida, is celebrated, where the devils and "els cossiers" dance through the streets of the village. Els Cossiers is a group of 6 dancers and their dances are accompanied by the sound of fives and drums.
In the centre of Algaida there is also a cycle route, which runs from the village to Castellitx de Pau. In spite of this, the inhabitants of Algaida embark on a walk towards the Church of the sea of Deu de la Pau, carrying, most of the pilgrims, a yellow scarf on their necks.
In addition to festivals and traditions, in Algaida you will be able to enjoy the typical gastronomy of the island, in restaurants known to Mallorcans as Es 4 Vents or Cal Dimoni.
Stay in a hotel in the area and enjoy the hiking, cycling and gastronomy of the municipality of Algaida. Book a transfer with us from the port or airport and we will take you to this picturesque place. Also, booking now you can take your bike for only 3€ more. Do not wait, in taxitourmallorca.com you have taxis or minibus for your trips, and remember, we are your private transport company in Mallorca.