Mallorca Mallorca
Getting there


The international airport of Son Sant Joan, located 8 km from Palma de Mallorca, is the main way to get to the beautiful island of Mallorca. Thanks to its popularity as a holiday destination, there is a wide range of direct flights that connect the island with most European cities, especially in Germany and the United Kingdom.

By sea is another way of getting there and a good option for those who do not want to fly or want to travel with their own car. There are daily connections with the Palma de Mallorca harbour from the ports of Barcelona, Valencia, Denia, Ibiza, Ciudadela and Mahón. North of the island, Alcudia is another important port with connections to Menorca and Barcelona. 

By plane

At AENA’s website you can check out all the information on flights to and from Palma de Mallorca’s Son Sant Joan airport. 

Thanks to our sponsor “Air Europa” you can fly from any destination in Spain with a 10% discount by adding the code “UXMALIVE22” when you make your reservation.

By sea

You can take a boat to Mallorca from Barcelona, Valencia, Denia, Ibiza or Menorca.

Thanks to GNV and Logitravel you can come to Mallorca Live Festival from Barcelona with a special boat + festival pass + hotel package that includes a Los 40 radio station party on board with DJ Uri Mora. Check the Logitravel website for all the available options.


Located in the southwest of Mallorca, just 20 minutes away from the airport, Calvià offers excellent hotel infrastructure and plenty of services in all its beach areas. The festival is held in the grounds of Calvià’s Old Aquapark, at the intersection of Camí de Cala Figuera and Camí Porrasa.

We recommend that you plan ahead of your arrival to the venue and that you get there early to avoid big crowds, most of the trips take place hours before the start of the headliners’s performances.



The best option to get to the festival site from Palma. Thanks to TIB, you will be able to go to the festival from Palma by taking one of the shuttle buses that will depart from inside the Intermodal Station (Dock 8) to the venue starting at 5:00 pm every 20 minutes. This same shuttle bus service will return starting at midnight and till 07:00 am from the festival site to the Intermodal Station. The bus stop is located, for arrival and departure, at Carrer de Góngora and in front of Pirates Adventure.

The ticket will cost €2.70 each trip if you pay with a bank card or €4.50 if you pay cash and holders of the intermodal card will have a discount on the price of the ticket. In any case, the payment will be made upon boarding. 


In addition, regular bus lines with a stop near the festival site will increase both the number of available buses as well as their frequency. L104with departure from the docks inside the Intermodal Station and arriving straight at the site– and L123between Cas Catalá and Santa Ponsa and with a stop near the site– are the best options to get there by public transport. Other bus lines that stop near the festival site are L105, L106 and L123.

There are other regular bus lines that go near the area but don’t stop near the festival site: L101, L102, L103, L107 and L108.

Special service – Intermodal Station (Palma). Departures every 20 minutes.

  • Friday 24 and Saturday 25: between 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.
  • Sunday 26: between 5:00 p.m. and 4:30 a.m.


Special service – Pol. Son Bugadelles (Calvià). Departures every 10 minutes.

  • Friday 24 and Saturday 25: between 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.
  • Sunday 26: between 5:30 p.m. and 4:30 a.m.



Thanks to Taxis Palma Radio, the trip from Palma to the festival will have a fixed price of €25 from Paseo Marítimo (at the Varadero (Moll Aantic), Tryp Palma Bellver and Puerto de Palma taxi stops).

Thanks to Radio Taxi de Calvià Sociedad Cooperativa, the return trip from the festival to Palma will have a fixed price of €25 from the taxi stops located in front of Western Aqua Park and in front of Pirates Adventure to any point on Paseo Marítimo. 

In order to get this special price, you will need to show the already validated wristband or your festival ticket and mention the promotion before starting the trip.

*The usual cost of the taxi service at holiday rate is €44 from Palma Airport to Magaluf and €34 from Plaza de España in Palma to Magaluf.

By car

We strongly recommend using one of the public transport options, but if you decide to come with your own car, be sure to bring your group of friends with you!

The best option is to use the parking spaces available in the Son Bugadelles industrial estate. From there you can take a shuttle bus leaving every 10 minutes for €1.80 per trip, which leaves from the line 107 bus stop.



We recommend that you go straight to Son Bugadelles (exit 17 Santa Ponsa MA-1), since there are very few parking spaces around ​​the festival site.

IMPORTANT: it will not be possible to access the venue through MA-1’s exit 14, traffic will be cut off and will be redirected to exit 13 Palmanova.

In addition, Calviá Local Police will cut off traffic on the Camí Porrasa section between the Pirates Adventure roundabout and roundabout 8 on the 24th and 25th from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., and on the 26th from 5:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.

If you need to rent a car, you can take advantage of a 15% discount thanks to our sponsor OK Mobility. You just have to add the code “MLFOK” when you make your reservation.