Port de Pollensa is on the north coast of Mallorca and is roughly 65km (40 miles) from Palma Airport. Pollensa old town which is inland is 60km (37 miles) from Palma Airport. Transport options include airport taxi, pre-booked private transfer, car hire, train part way or bus. Your choice will probably depend on your budget and your available time.
A Taxi to Port de Pollensa for 1-4 persons will be on average €70-90. Fares can change in price due to the time of day, the season and the amount of luggage you have.
A taxi transfer is certainly one of the most relaxed ways to get from Palma Airport to Port de Pollensa. A taxi transfer helps you to avoid driving and also the challenge of parking. Parking can be a problem in peak season and if your accommodation is close to the port.
Airport taxis are found just outside the arrivals building at Palma airport. There are usually taxis waiting, but during busy periods there is the likely possibility that you will have wait in line. Taxis have a fixed price from Palma airport to Port de Pollensa. However it’s always best to get a total price before taking the taxi as some drivers may be able to justify a higher than expected price based on certain variables.
Bear in mind that the airport taxis to Port de Pollensa will often only take a maximum of 4 persons per taxi. This means that if you are a group of five or more, you will need to take two taxis even if the fifth person is a baby. It’s also good to bear in mind that airport taxis won’t have child safety seats fitted.
If you think a taxi transfer would be best for you at Palma airport then it might be worthwhile pre-booking a private transfer before your flight. This way you will have a driver waiting for you for when you arrive. It also could be cost-effective especially if you have a large travel group.
Booking an airport taxi transfer from Palma Airport to Pollensa can be a bit confusing as to who to choose. Solhop is one of the highest rated companies on TripAdvisor with a solid reputation for reliability and punctuality, along with new vehicles. You don’t need a credit card to book online and you can pay your driver in cash. You can also amend and cancel your booking at any time.
What if you have more than four persons in your travel group? This is possible with a pre-booked private transfer, just book a vehicle large enough for your entire family or group. Pre-booked transfer vehicles to Port de Pollenca are typically 1-7 passenger minivans or 8-13 passenger minibuses. On some of the transfer websites, it is possible to pre-book a large coach.
A bonus with pre-booked transfer vehicles is that you will usually get a better standard of vehicle. The chauffer will meet you with a large name card in Palma airport’s public arrivals hall and will often help you with baggage. He will monitor your flight in case of delays.
As for child safety seats, there won’t be a problem reserving these. With a pre-booked private transfer you have the assurance that once reserved, the safety seats will be fitted for your children.
A taxi transfer for 1-4 passengers from PMI to Pollensa is approximately €95. A minivan for 1 to 7 passengers is upwards of €129. A minibus for 8 to 13 passengers is around €155 plus. Fares can fluctuate in price depending on the transport provider, the season, holidays, time of day and the amount of luggage. Pre-book for a fixed price.
|Prices of Palma Airport Transfers||Taxi 1-4 People||Minivan 5-7 People||Minibus 8-13 People|
|Palma Airport to: Alcudia||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Cala d'Or||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Cala Millor||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€159 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Can Picafort||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€145 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: El Toro||€67 one-way||€99 one-way||€129 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Magaluf||€49 one-way||€89 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Palma Mallorca||€49 one-way||€65 one-way||€85 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Palma Nova||€55 one-way||€85 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Playa de Muro||€73 one-way||€119 one-way||€155 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Playa de Palma||€39 one-way||€65 one-way||€89 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Pollensa||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€165 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Port Andratx||€65 one-way||€109 one-way||€158 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Portals Nous||€39 one-way||€69 one-way||€99 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Puerto Pollensa||€85 one-way||€129 one-way||€167 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Santa Ponsa||€59 one-way||€95 one-way||€119 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Soller||€69 one-way||€109 one-way||€149 one-way|
|Palma Airport to: Torrenova||€49 one-way||€79 one-way||€129 one-way|
If you require a wheelchair taxi, contact Radio Taxi Pollenca on tel 0034 971 866213 or e-mail: email@example.com.
The company has 2 wheelchair taxis in their fleet, which can accommodate either one manual wheelchair or one powered wheelchair. For airport transfers, they recommend that a booking is made around one week prior to arrival at the airport. As this company has normal as well as wheelchair-taxis, it is important that you specify the need for a wheelchair taxi.
Getting to Pollenca and Port de Pollensa from Palma airport by taxi transfer or hire car is a relatively easy drive of about 50 minutes. Public transport can take considerably longer.
First, exit the airport following the signs for Palma and join the Ma-19 to Palma de Mallorca city. If you had to get a shuttle bus to collect your hire car at the east of the airport then you will join the main highway by the gas station, which is just one junction fsrther.
Continue on the Ma-19 for approximately 4.3km, 3 minutes, until junction 3 and take the Ma-20 road signposted Alcudia.
Stay on the Ma-20 for around 2 minutes, 2.6km, until junction 3 and take the Ma-13 signposted Port d’Alcudia. This junction is also signed at one point as junction 3B.
Once on the Ma-13 stay on this road for around 39km then exit at junction 40 signposted Sa Pobla and Pollensa. This is the point where the motorway ends but just before the road turns to single track carriageway.
At the roundabout take the exit on the left following the signs for Pollensa and join the Ma-2200. When you come to Pollenca, don’t go into Pollensa but stay on the same main road the Ma-2200. From here follow the signs for Port de Pollensa until you arrive.
Mallorcan buses are air-conditioned and comfortable. Bus routes on the island are extensive and it is possible to travel by bus to a lot of different places.
However, most bus routes do not run at night-time and are less frequent at weekends as well as during winter. In cases where a direct bus route does not exist, waiting times between connecting buses can increase the overall travel time considerably.
For the journey to Port de Pollenca there are two different options.
Route 340 runs at fairly regular intervals all year round. From the airport, you will need to travel to Palma City Bus Station (Intermodal Station – Placa d’Espanya), where route 340 departs.
As an alternative, it is possible to take route A32. This bus directly connects the airport to the town of Alcudia, which is around 11 kilometres from Port de Pollenca. From Alcudia, there are several bus connections to Port de Pollenca. However, this route is not a good option during the winter, when the service is very infrequent.
Take the Route No.1 bus from Palma airport to Palma City Intermodal Station. A single ticket is 5 Euro and under 5’s are free. Buses go every 15 minutes on average, although after 21:30 only every 30 minutes.
Route 1 buses run from:
November to April: 6:00am to 1:10am
May to October: 6:00am to 1:50am
For more information about this bus route, please follow this link
At the main Palma Bus Station, you will need to purchase a ticket from the bus driver on the bus. The journey time from Palma city to Pollenca is just under one hour and to Port de Pollenca is approximately one hour and ten minutes. The route and timetable vary slightly throughout the year, but the buses run fairly regularly all year round.
Palma – Inca (Hospital) – Inca (Jaume I) – Inca (Institut) – Crestatx – Pollença – Cala de Sant Vicenç – el Vilar – Port de Pollença
To view the current timetable and bus fares for route 340, please follow this link
For passengers travelling to Port de Pollenca, it is also possible to take bus route A32, which directly connects the airport to Alcudia. From Alcudia, there are several bus connections to Port de Pollenca. If you want to go to Pollenca town, you will have to catch a further connecting bus from Port de Pollenca (route 340 or 345), which makes this option less attractive.
The journey time from the airport to Alcudia is around one hour and the journey from Alcudia to Port de Pollenca takes around 15 minutes. Your overall journey time will depend on the waiting times between bus connections.
While the bus connection via Alcudia to Port de Pollenca is a good option in the summer, in winter route A32 only runs twice a day, and for the later bus there is no connection from Alcudia to Port de Pollenca.
Aeroport – Inca (Jaume I) – Alcúdia – Port d’Alcúdia – Platja d’Alcúdia – Platja de Muro – Platja de Muro (Càmping)
To view the current timetable and bus fares for route A32, please follow this link
Can Picafort – Can Picafort (Son Bauló) – Platja de Muro (Càmping) – Platja de Muro – Platja d’Alcúdia – Port d’Alcúdia – Alcúdia – Port de Pollença (Club del Sol) – Port de Pollença
In the summer you also have the option of taking bus routes 353, 354 or 355 from Alcudia to Port de Pollenca, however, these do not run in the winter.
To view the current timetable and bus fares for route 352, please follow this link
Alternatively there is a train from Palma intermodal station but this only goes part way to Port de Pollenca and would add an extra transport mode to the journey.
It is possible to get the 340 bus from Inca to Port de Pollensa, however, this is the same bus that leaves from Palma station.
Train tickets can be purchased at the ticket offices or at the automatic ticket machines. Prices are €3.15 to Inca for an adult single ticket.
The first train from Palma to Inca leaves at 05:40 and the last train is at 22:15. Trains to Inca run about every 15-20 minutes.
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