Good to Know
Calan Bosch - 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
Calan Bosch 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 Calan Bosch on Network map
Bus Destinations and Routes from Calan Bosch
Bus Times Calan Bosch
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.
no. 65 : Ciutadella - Sa Caleta - Cala Blanca - Cala'n Bosch - Son Xoriguer : daily
The bus does a round trip so look at full timetable for a particular bus stop's departure time. Change at Republica Argentina ( walk to Placa Menorca 1mn ) for buses to Mahon.
You can get bus to Cala en Forcat with bus 67 ( does not drop in Ciutadella )
no. 67 : Cala en Forcat - Cala en Blanes - Cala Blanca - Cala'n Bosch - Son Xoriguer : Mon - Sat
Places to visit by Bus
Visit Ciutadella for a delightful experience and to connect to other places on Menorca by bus.
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.