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Public Buses & Taxi


Public transport to Magaluf and Palmanova from the airport.


If you are looking for cheaper options to get to Magaluf and Palmanova from Palma Airport, Mallorca, hop on the bus. There is a wide choice of transport on Mallorca, including hire cars, taxis and private airport transfers, but for the budget-conscious traveller, the bus is the best option, and it is fairly straightforward to get from the airport to Magaluf and Palmanova. Public transport at Palma Airport Mallorca. The trip will take approximately 90 minutes, depending on your connections, but costs no more than €5 per person. It is very easy to take the special bus from the airport to the Palma bus station.

Once at the Palma bus station you then catch the Number 104, 105, 106, 107 or 111 bus from Palma to Paguera, which stops at Magaluf and Palmanova. For visitors to Mallorca who are visiting any of the Calvia resorts, and need to get from the airport to Portals, Palmanova, Magaluf, Santa Ponsa, Peguera and any places in-between, the following information should help you. When you have collected your bags at the airport, on arrival, walk outside to the large coach park. Make your way to the large bridge which connects the airport building with the car park. Walk under the bridge in the direction of the car park, cross the zebra crossing and the bus stop is on the right. If you want to take the bus to Palma, the price is currently €1.85 per person and the bus runs every 15 minutes. It is worth remembering that this bus does not run 24 hours per day, but operates from 06.10 in the morning to 02.15 the following morning (summer) and until 01.10 am in the winter months.
Click here…! to read more about the public bus service from the airport.

There is plenty of room for luggage on the airport bus, but it can get crowded, especially in the summer months. The journey from the airport will take you into Palma along the motorway, and you need to exit at the ´Porta des Camp´ stop. Don´t worry about missing your stop (unless you´re asleep) as the names of the stops is displayed on board.
For a bus stop guide, click here to see the google map.

When you exit the bus at ´Porta des Camp´ walk across the road in the direction of the beach and go to the yellow bus stop en route. From here you will be able to catch most buses to the Calvia resorts. For a bus from here to Palmanova and Magaluf, catch the 104, 106 or 107, which costs approximately €3 per adult.
To Portals, catch the 103, 104, 106 or 111.
For Cala Vinyas, catch the 107 which runs 4 times a day.
For Santa Ponsa, catch the 102, 103 or 104.
For the return trip from Magaluf or Palmanova to Palma de Mallorca Airport, take the express 105 bus which takes the motorway and then continues on into Palma around the back roads. This is the quickest route and you can get off at the same stop as before and wait for the airport bus. The whole journey should not take longer than one hour. Click here to see the google map.

If the 105 back to the airport is not an option for you, or it is running at bad times, other buses are available but they may take longer. If you are staying in a hotel, or in apartments in Magaluf or Palmanova, ask at reception for bus time tables or ask other holidaymakers who have probably made the same journey many times before. Wherever you are travelling in Mallorca, most places are accessible by bus, and it will work out a lot cheaper than hiring a car or taxi.

Mallorca Airport taxi transfers to Magaluf and Palmanova

If you want to arrive at your holiday hotel in Magaluf or Palmanova as quickly and as comfortably as possible, you can pick up a taxi just outside the arrivals hall at Palma de Mallorca Airport.
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If you are travelling in a small group, (airport taxis will take a maximum of 4 passengers, although mini-buses are available) and you want to arrive at yourhotel as quickly as possible, you can even hire a taxi before you fly.

Taxis also do excursions to some of the most beautiful parts of Mallorca, including Palma, Cala Vicente, Alcudia and some of the picturesque outlying regions (this will not come cheap but it is well worth the expense). The journey time in a taxi from Mallorca Airport to Magaluf or Palmanova is approximately 35 minutes, and the price is around €40.

By booking your taxi before you fly, you can avoid queues and begin enjoying your holiday as soon as you arrive. A driver will meet you at the reception office in the arrivals hall at Palma Airport, and an air conditioned vehicle will be ready to whisk you away to your resort. For more specific information check out the link above or to book a taxi call: 0034 971755440 or 0034 971401414 (English operators available).

All destinations in Mallorca are covered by airport taxis, including: Magaluf, Palmanova, Alcudia, Andraitx, Arenal, C´an Pastilla, C´an Picafort, Cabo Blanco, Cala Bona, Cala Egos, Cala Fornells, Cala Major, Cala Millor, Cala Mondrago, Cala Ratjada, Cala San Vicente, Cala Vinas, Cala d´Or, Calas de Mallorca, Camp de Mar, Canyamel, Deia, Formentor, Illetas, Llucmajor, Paguera, Palma de Mallorca, Playa Muro, Playa de Palma, Portals nous, Porto Colom, Porto Cristo, Puerto Pollensa, Puerto Soller, S´illot, Sa Coma, Santa Ponsa, Son Antem and Son Vida.

However you choose to travel in Mallorca, you will have a wide range of options, including taxis, public buses, coaches, airport transfer, hire car and even trains (although these don´t stop at Magaluf). Choose the right option for you and your family, and you will arrive at your holiday destination feeling relaxed and ready to have fun!

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