Taxi Manacor - Transfers to Manacor from Palma de Mallorca Airport or port
How to get to Manacor?
Manacor is located in the eastern part of the island of Mallorca, 45 minutes from Palma de Mallorca Airport and 50 minutes from the Port.
The best way to get to Manacor from the airport is by car. In the case of groups, renting a transfer or minibus from the airport to Manacor 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 Manacor
With Taxi Tour Mallorca you have the possibility to go from the airport or the port of Palma to Manacor 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 Manacor on a pleasant journey.
Book now your transfer or mini bus for groups or a taxi for up to 4 people to Manacor.
Transfers from Manacor to Palma Airport and port
Also, if what you need is a taxi to go from Manacor 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 - Manacor
How much is a taxi from Palma to Manacor? This is one of the first questions asked by tourists who want to get to Manacor 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 Manacor:
Taxi Palma Airport – Manacor
- Taxi 1-4 pax: 78€
- Minibus 5-6 pax: 102€
- Minibus 7-8 pax: 107€
- Minibus 9-10 pax: 122€
- Minibus 11-12 pax: 127€
Taxi Port of Palma – Manacor
- Taxi 1-4 pax: 88€
- Minibus 5-6 pax: 122€
- Minibus 7-8 pax: 127€
- Minibus 9-10 pax: 142€
- Minibus 11-12 pax: 147€
Known as the second city of Mallorca, Manacor is located in the east of the island, in the region of Levante, and 49 kilometres from the airport of Palma.
In this municipality are the towns of Son Macià and Son Negre, and on the Porto Cristo and s`Illot coasts, as well as several tourist resorts on the Mediterranean coast.
Its agriculture was based for many years on agriculture, but underwent an economic transformation and began the development of the industry with the processing of agricultural products, liquor and the construction of furniture. Tourism is currently the main activity in the coastal area, and it is continuing to grow. But alternative resources to the sun and the beach are also promoted, so that everyone can enjoy the rural and country life that the centre of Manacor has to offer.
Its streets are full of history, culture and tradition. Its great gastronomic offer is a delight for all the senses, from self-made wines to signature cuisine for the most gourmets. Walking through the village you will get the aroma of the Mediterranean flavour, getting to know the oldest traditions of rural life that took place in Manacor. Rest in its terraces and gardens to enjoy the beauty of this city and stay in one of its restored estates in the midst of the freedom of rural life.
Many are the tourists who travel to this city in search of the best pearls in Majorica, a company dedicated to the manufacture of these jewels, and has been a great help to publicize Manacor.
In the pedestrian zone that crosses the municipality you will be able to enjoy the weekly market, in which, apart from clothes, footwear, Mallorcan fabrics or fresh products, we will find articles made with the typical olive wood that characterizes Manacor.
This municipality has always been well known and famous, but now it has become the focal point of Balearic sports. Thanks to the Rafa Nadal International Tennis Center, which combines tennis with education, students can continue their tennis career without neglecting their academic training. Besides, Manacor is also the hometown of the famous tennis player. This Academy has meant much more fame for Manacor than it already had, since not only do people from the Balearic Islands, but also from all over the world come to it.
The gastronomy of Manacor is traditional although it is reinvented every day with the restaurants that we find inside the city, such as the famous restaurant Molí den Sopa.
Its historical, cultural and religious heritage leaves us with buildings such as the Church and the cloister of Sant Vicenç Ferrer, a convent in the town square, sa Bassa, a centre full of shops, or the Palau Tower, which was part of the great Royal Palace that crowned the municipality.
For lovers of hiking, the only Greenway in the Balearic Islands, has its starting point in Manacor and extends 29 kilometers, so you can enjoy a day of hiking and lunch under some of the trees that are found during the walk.
Come and get to know the culture of Manacor, visit all its surroundings and soak up nature in one of its hotels with Taxi Tour Mallorca, your private transport company on the island. Book your transfer with us now and travel the roads in one of our taxis that we have at the disposal of all customers. Discover all the corners of Mallorca with us.