Autos Fornells Routes for North East Coast

Bus Times Es Mercadal

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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.

All year round with reduced service in winter ( Oct-May ) - Also a direct non stop service between Mahon and Ciutadella

Tips:Connections at towns on route for north ( Arenal,Son Parc,Fornells ) and south coast ( Cala en Porter,Santo Tomas, Son Bou) resorts.

no. 01 : Mahon - Alaior - Es Mercadal - Ferreries - Ciutadella(Placa de Menorca)

  • Maó 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/Public Holidays: 8:00, 10:00, 11:30, 13:00, 16:30, 19:00
  • no. 01 : Ciutadella (Placa de Menorca) - Ferreries - Es Mercadal - Alaior - Mahon

  • Mondays to Fridays Hourly from 6:40 to 21:40,22.40,23:40
  • Saturdays: 8:10,09:40, 1:10,12:40,14:10,15:40, 17:10,18:40,20:10,21:40,23:10,00:30
  • Sundays / Public Holidays: 8:10,09:40,11:10,12:40,14:10,15:40,17:10,18:40,20:10,21:40,23:10
  • no. 00 : Arenal d'en Castell - Es Mercadal : daily

  • 08.30,09.30*,10.05,12.50*,13.00,14.30*,15.30,16:15,18:55,19:00*,22:00
  • no. 00 : Es Mercadal - Arenal d'en Castell : daily

  • 08.00,08.15*,09.10,10.55,11.05*,14.20*,15.15,15:35*,18:00,21:10
  • Galdan bus connections

    Tip : Stops at Cala Galdana Camping

    Daily with connections at Ferreries, Es Mercadal and Alaior to many destinations ( 4.25 Eur ) - circa 50 minutes to Mahon/Galadana

    no. 51 : Cala Galdana - Ferreries - Es Mercadal - Alaior - Mahon

    10:20 10:30* 17:05 17:30*

    no. 51 : Mahon - Alaior - Es Mercadal - Ferreries - Cala Galdana

  • 09:20* 11:30 16:15 16:20*
  • Sunday Service only from June

    Place to visit by bus

    Monte Torro / El Torro

    Monte Torro is the highest point on the island the name most likely coming from the Arabic, al-tor, meaning highest mountain. Though not a mountain it is worth a visit if you have a hire car for the stunning views ( particularly in spring when you can see over the length of the island) There is a pleasant Bar Restaurant Sa Posado del Toro at the top with inside seating and an open terrace with views to the south. Monte Toro is signposted from Es Mercadal in the dead centre of the island along the ME-1. El Toro in Catalan or Monte Toro in Spanish has viewing areas to take in the views to the north and west. Can also be walked along the good access road as is 'only' 350 meters high.

    Views to Fornells bay(centre) and north
    Courtyard in front of 17th Century renaissance church
    Terrace view to south (spring 2011)

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