Ciutadella Bus Timetable
Bus Stops and Routes
Bus Times Ciutadella
Mahon will mostly be written on timetables, front of buses and signposts as Maó, it's local name. If you are staying longer than a week take a trip on this good network and see some of the other sights, resorts/towns and attractions.
Bus, Taxi and Hire Car - Detailed getting about info.
Destinations along the western coast are run by Torres bus compnay and arrive / depart from Placa del Pins ( Ciutadella city centre ) where they are lots of Cafe Bar - Restaurants and children's play area.
Ferry Terminal,Sa Caleta,Santandria,Cala Blanca,Cala en Bosch,Son Xoriguer,Los Delfines,Cala en Forcat,Cala en Blanes and Cala Morell
All other destinations are run by TMSA and arrive/depart from Placa Menorca which is about 350m from Placa del Pins stop - see map below.
Bus Company TMSA
01 Mahon - Alaior Es - Mercadal - Ferreries - Ciutadella(Placa de Menorca)
Mahon Mondays to Friday: 6:45, then hourly from 8:15 to 23:15,00:15** Saturdays: 8:00,10:00,11:30,13:00, 16:00, 18:00, 20:00, 21:30 Sundays/ Fiestas: 8:00, 10:00, 11:30, 13:00, 16:30, 19:00
01 Ciutadella (Placa de Menorca) - Ferreries - Es Mercadal - Alaior - Mahon
Ciutadella Mondays to Fridays Hourly from 6:40 to 21:40,22.40**,23:40 Saturdays: 8:10, 09:40, 11:10, 12:40,14:10, 15:40, 17:10, 18:40, 20:10,21:40,23:10,00:30 Sundays / Fiestas: 8:10, 09:40, 11:10, 12:40,14:10, 15:40, 17:10, 18:40, 20:10,21:40,23:10
** operates Mo-Thu 1.07-31.08 and Fri 1.05-31.10
In ADDITION to the above there is direct, non-stop service, the 'Bus Expres' : Mahon to/from Ciutadella. The journey takes 45 mins. No direct service Saturdays, Sundays or on Fiesta days
no. 14 TMSA Mahon to Ciutadella (Placa de Menorca) NON STOP:
Mondays to Friday: 7:00, 8:00, 9:45,10:45, 12:45, 14:15, 15:15, 16:45, 17:45, 19:45, 22:15
no. 14 TMSA Ciutadella(Placa de Menorca) to Mahon NON STOP:
Mondays to Friday: 7:00, 8:00, 9:10, 11:15, 12:10: 14:15, 15:15, 16:15, 18:10, 19:10, 21:15
A small quiet fishing village resort and residential ares on the north west coast set in dramatic rocky coastlines. Best known for the extensive man made (Bronze and Iron ages) cave dwellings nearby that give a real sense of cave "living" ( though many caves were also for burial ). Some are sophisticated with central roof columns and 'windows'. Some are obviously younger and larger, cut with more advanced metal tools, but the smaller older ones gives a view into another world. A good place to combine with a visit to the beautiful virgin beach of Algaiarens and walks through the very attractive valleys of Vall de Algaiarens. Bus 62 circa 15 mins 1.85 Euro single ( 2012 ) or by Hire Car.
TIP bring a torch to see the really special ones