Flights to Santa Ponsa, Spain from the United Kingdom range from about 2h-6.5h. If you book a direct flight to Santa Ponsa from anywhere across the UK, your flight time will only be a couple of hours in length. Your flight will be on the longer end of the spectrum if your flight is not direct and you have a stopover or two en route to Santa Ponsa.
Where can you get direct flights to Santa Ponsa from?
You can book direct flights to Santa Ponsa from many departure cities across the UK. Dozens of direct flights depart from London’s Gatwick, Luton, and Stansted airports daily, serviced by airlines including Ryanair, easyJet, and British Airways. If your departure city is Bristol, you can also choose from dozens of direct flights each day to Santa Ponsa, also serviced by easyJet and Ryanair. If you’re departing from as far north as Glasgow, TUI Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines, and Jet2 provide daily direct flights for your choosing.
When you fly to Santa Ponsa, you’ll alight at Palma de Mallorca International Airport (PMI), about 30km east of Santa Ponsa city centre. To reach the city centre from the airport, you can take a taxi for about £32-£44 and a journey time of about 22 minutes. For a more affordable option, you can take 547 bus from the airport, change buses in Palma city centre for bus 102, and take that to northern Santa Ponsa. This would take about one hour and cost about £5. If you prefer to drive yourself, you can hire a car from the airport and drive to Santa Ponsa, which is about a 20-minute drive.
Santa Ponsa is one of the more tranquil destinations in Mallorca, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to do. In fact, it’s enjoyed by holidaymakers thanks to its beautiful scenery, exciting attractions, and the fact that it’s quieter than other Mallorca resort towns. Spending a day at Playa de Santa Ponsa, the town’s main beach, is a must, due to its soft sand, warm azure water, and its Blue Flag status. Along the beach’s promenade, you’re sure to find the best boutique shopping, delicious dining experiences, and tastiest cocktails in Santa Ponsa. Golfers will rejoice in Santa Ponsa, as the town is home to three large golf courses that are sure to test and delight a person of any skill level. Those craving adventure will lobe to spend an afternoon at Jungle Parc, zip lines, bridges, and ropes take from tree-to-tree, high above the jungle floor.
British citizens travelling to Santa Ponsa, Spain do need a valid passport to embark on their journey, although a visa is not required.