Menorca is split up into different regional authorities which also dictate that bus and taxi services are divided up by several companies and generally tied to a region. So sometimes it can appear to make things more confusing than it really is.
There are no train services on Menorca.
If you want to travel from one end of the island to the other you will need to change either at Ciutadella or Mahon whose bus terminals act as a hubs for local services. Dress respectfully, no bare tops - wear a T shirt!
|Island Region||Bus Company|
|Ciutadella and West Coast [Cala en Blane,Los Delfines,Cala en Forcat,Cala Blanca,Cala en Bosch, Son Xoriguer]||Torres||www.bus.e-torres.net|
|Mahon and East Coast and between Mahon and Ciutadella [Cala Galdana,Santo Tomas,Son Bou ]||TMSA||www.tmsa.es|
|North East area [Fornells,Playa den Fornells,Arenal den Castell,Es Grau,Son Parc]||Autos Fornells||www.autosfornells.com|
Taxis are reliable, regulated and friendly. Fare prices are based on distance, though journeys crossing a boundary into another operating area may have an extra charge. Check price before starting off.
There is a comfortable (day and night ) Water Taxi service available between Es Castell and Mahon harbours. Check prices locally but around 10 Euros one way for an adult and is a great way to travel between the two locations and harbour area - A mini boat tour in one!. Tel 616 428 891 for reservations.
A great way to get to remoter virgin beaches, pop into a town and explore the countryside of this beautiful island. All without the hassle of a parking space squeeze
The island has so much to offer in a compact area so that with a hire car you can enjoy your beach holidays and enjoy a lot, lot more...