Good to Know
Cala En Porter - Bus NetworkNetwork Map download
...the road network preserves the island's natural beauty especially along the coast where few roads exist - see map
- Seasonal Timetables : mean fewer or no buses based on time of year
- Services are reliable, cheap and comfortable but longer Journeys need pre-planning
- Single Tickets only
See our Bus Travel FAQ for details
Cala En Porter Bus Timetables
We will wait until Spring 2021 before updating this page as Covid-19 may well have an impact on Bus frequencies/routes in operation
Bus Stop Locations - see Cala En Porter on Network map
Bus Destinations and Routes from Cala En Porter
Cala'n Porter Busses Good to know
Alaior ( Bus 33) acts as a hub for additional connections across Menorca. Visit Alaior night market every Weds eve ( 1.06-30.09 )
Beach Stop does not have services during Lunch time as road is closed for restaurant seating etc
Winter / Spring Timetable operates 1 November to Apr 30 which makes Cala en Porter a good base for spring breaks
Tips: L31 stops at Son Vitamina ( mini round about ) where there is a great restaurant Can Bernat and the start of a walk down to Cala Coves.
Places to visit by Bus
Bus 31 10 Min
San Climent ( Sant Climente )
Located on the main road (ME-12) from Mahon to Cala en Porter is well worth a visit if you are in the area. "Famous" for Es Casino Bar-Restaurant (some of the best tasting/value) Menu del Dias on the island. Great Music nights: Tuesday evening improv Jazz in backrooms of the Es Casino Bar-Restaurant. Last shop on the right of main street heading to Cala en Porter is a traditional bakers where you can experience tasty bread /pasteries made in traditional wood fired ovens.
If you are an independent traveller and waiting to catch a flight then come here for for final drinks and meals in a more personal environment. Airport is just 5 mins drive away. Tabacs shop and cafes open at 6am too!
Bus 33 15 min
Has a charming old town set on a hill for wandering early mornings or late evenings when the extreme heat of the summer sun has gone. The "third" capital of the island and a cultural centre. The old town is very pretty and makes a great change to the beach, with some delightful Cafes, Bars and Restaurants. A few several clothes and shoe boutiques offering original items not chain store repetition. Childrens playground on the pretty town square (next to ice cream cafes!). Alaior has a weekly market plus an evening market (weds june-sept ) with Artisan goods,jewellery , other handicrafts and small boutiques.
There is a late night bus to return from Alaior's evening market. Alaior is home to the Pons Quintana shoe factory shop. A brand relatively unknown in the UK because most of its high quality leather shoes are exported to France and Germany. The shop offers reduced prices on beautiful high quality shoes and leather goods.
Direct ( L31 ) and via connections at Alaior
Mahon ( Mao or Maó )
Mahon has a great mediterranean charm around the centre and harbour. Busy pavement Cafes and Bars, superb fruit and fish markets and all enclosed in a maze of narrow streets with architecture and many reminders of it's Georgian past. In addition to the traditional the town offers a myriad of stylish shops and bars. Along the whole length of the harbour quayside (Moll de Llevant) there is an electic collection of Cafes, Bars and Restaurants for all pockets and styles. A spectacular setting above the huge natural harbour with ships and boats of every shape and sizes.
via Alaior ( L33 ) - > L01
A taste of former elegant times with fine old spanish palaces, moorish influences, a wonderful old centre and a charming little harbour. Ciutadella was the original capital of the island lying at the western edge of the island looking out to its bigger neighbour Mallorca. A superb contrast to the beach and holiday resort. Great atmosphere and shopping and a place to wander the pedestrianised old city and its many narrow streets with hidden shops and Cafe treats. Also competes with Mahon for the title of the best music bars and venues on the island. The scene for the spectacular Sant Joan festival in June, when stunning native black horses parade through the streets and the brave try to "touch the horses' heart" as it rears in front of them.