Sa Coma is on the east coast of the island of Mallorca and is 69km/43miles from Palma airport. The roads aren’t too busy and most of the journey is on the Ma-15. It will take you roughly 60 minutes in a car journey from Palma airport.
Should you decide to take the bus, there are several different options. There is a direct bus service from the airport, however, in the winter this route only has one bus a day. Alternatively, you can travel via Palma city bus station, which is 8km/5miles east of Palma de Mallorca Airport. Another option is to travel via Can Pastilla, next to the airport.
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Parking in the summer season can be difficult in the center of Sa Coma. Therefore, a taxi transfer is an ideal option to avoid driving and parking stress.
Taxi fares range in price depending on; the company, the season/holidays, the amount of baggage and the time of day. A Taxi for 1-4 persons to Sa Coma is roughly €90-100.
Palma airport taxi area is directly outside the arrivals building on the ground floor and there are normally many waiting taxis available.
However, at busy times it could be that you have to wait in the taxi queue. Mallorca airport taxis do charge a fixed price but it is always better to get a quote before you start the journey as there can be variables. This may mean you will charged more than expected.
Also noteworthy is that most Mallorca airport taxis will only take a maximum of 4 passengers per taxi. Hence this means that if you are a family of five passengers, even if one is a very small baby, you will need to take two taxis. This will cost a lot more money than one larger vehicle. Another common disadvantage with taxis at Mallorca airport is that they won’t always have safety seats for children available when you need them.
Pre-booking a private taxi transfer is a very comfortable and convenient way to get to Sa Coma from Palma airport. This is because they can often work out to be more economic especially if you are a larger group and they are often more comfortable vehicles.
If you decide to take a taxi from Mallorca airport it might be better for your party to pre-book a private transfer in advance. With a pre-booked private transfer it is possible to have peace of mind and book child safety seats in advance. Therefore, you will have the peace of mind that they will be there for your children when you arrive.
Another plus about pre-booked private transfers is that you will usually get a more luxurious vehicle than a regular taxi. Your driver will meet you with a name placard in Palma airport’s public arrivals hall. Drivers also often help with luggage.
With a pre-booked private transfer it is possible to book a vehicle large enough for your family. The larger vehicles come in sizes of 1-7 minivans or 8-20 minibuses. If you require a coach some private websites also offer these services.
If you choose to rent a car at Palma airport to get to Sa Coma, it will be about an hour to drive and isn’t too difficult.
Simply exit the airport taking the main highway in the direction Palma city. This will be the Autovia Ma-19 to Palma city.
Stay on the Ma-19 for 1.6km/1mile until the next exit at junction 6. Exit the Ma-19 onto the slip road you will come to a roundabout, take the third exit towards Inca on the Ma-30.
Your will approach a roundabout within the first 250metres, continue straight over this and stay on the Ma-30 for a further 1.5km/1mile until you come to a large roundabout. Take the first exit onto the Ma-15 heading towards Manacor. Stay on the Ma-15 for approximately 54km/34miles until Sant Llorenç.
If your hire car was from one of the car hire companies next to the airport on the east side of the airport, it is however better not to join the main highway. Rather from the car hire pick up place head north on the Ma-19a which is parallel to the car hire parking lots and to the airport. On the Ma-19a after 2km/1.5miles you will come to a roundabout and will need to take the second exit towards Manacor on the Ma-5013, this is practically straight over the roundabout and still heading northwards. Eventually after another 3km/2miles you will come to a large round about, take the first exit towards Manacor onto the Ma-15 and stay on this for approximately 48km/30miles until Sant Llorenç.
When approaching the town of Sant Llorenç the road will start to bypass the town. However midway around the town you will come to a roundabout and will need to take the first exit heading towards s’Illot, this is the Ma-4022.
Stay on the Ma-4022 for approximately 2.4km/1.5miles, until you come to a crossroads junction and will need to turn left on to the Ma-4021.
After approximately 1km/0.6miles, you will enter a small village called Son Carrio and will come to a crossroads junction and will need to turn right staying on the Ma-4021. After just a few metres turn left still staying on the Ma-4021 through the village.
Stay on this road for a further 4.1km/2.5miles until you come to s’Illot. Turn left at the junction just before the sign for s’Illot, following the road signs for Cala Millor and Sa Coma. This will be Avinguda de les Savines and after just 600 metres or so you will be in Sa Coma.
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 Sa Coma there are several different options.
The easiest is route A42, which directly connects the airport with Sa Coma. While this bus runs at regular intervals during the summer, in the winter there is only one bus a day from Monday to Friday with no service at weekends.
As an alternative, it is possible to take route 412, which runs at fairly regular intervals in the summer and which has several buses a day even during the winter season. However, this involves travelling from the airport to Palma City bus station (Intermodal Station – Placa d’Espanya), where route 412 departs.
A third option is route 454 via Can Pastilla, however, this route runs only one bus a day from Monday to Friday, with no service at weekends.
Aeroport – Montuïri – Vilafranca – Manacor – Portocristo – s’Illot – sa Coma – Cala Millor -Cala Bona
The journey time on this bus is around 1 hour and 15 minutes to Sa Coma and a single ticket costs 12 Euro.
Cala Bona – Cala Millor – sa Coma – s’Illot – Portocristo – Manacor – Vilafranca – Montuïri –Aeroport
To view the current timetable for route A42 please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/A42
Take the Route No.1 bus from Palma airport to Palma City Intermodal Station. A single ticket is €5 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
Palma – Algaida – Montuïri – Vilafranca – Manacor – Coves Hams – Portocristo – Coves Drac – s’Illot – sa Coma – Cala Millor – Cala Bona – Port Verd – Port Vell – Costa dels Pins – Son Servera
At the Palma city bus station, you will be able to buy a ticket from the bus driver on the bus. This should be €9.70 to Sa Coma for a single journey and a return ticket would be €18. The journey time from Palma city to Sa Coma is one hour and forty-five minutes approximately, some buses are a bit quicker.
Son Servera – Costa dels Pins – Port Vell – Port Verd – Cala Millor – Cala Bona – sa Coma – s’Illot -Portocristo – Coves Drac – Coves Hams – Manacor – Vilafranca – Montuïri – Algaida – Palma
To view the current timetable for route 412, please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/412
From the airport take the route No.21 bus to Can Pastilla stop 473 Camí de Can Pastilla, 110 (which is Hotel Linda the first stop from the airport) A single ticket is €5 and under 5’s are free. Buses go on average every 22 minutes but after 20:30 every 30 minutes.
Airport buses to Can Pastilla operate from:
November to April: 7:00am to 22:10
May to October: 7:00am to 00:30am
Can Pastilla – Platja de Palma – s’Arenal – Algaida – Montuïri – Vilafranca – Manacor – Coves Hams – Coves Drac – Portocristo – s’Illot – sa Coma – Cala Millor – Cala Bona
Passengers can buy a ticket from the bus driver when they take the bus to Sa Coma. This should be €9.55 to Sa Coma for a single journey. The journey time from Can Pastilla to Sa Coma is approximately two hours.
However, there is only one bus a day, which runs from Monday to Saturday in the summer and from Monday to Friday in winter time.
Cala Bona – Cala Millor – sa Coma – s’Illot – Portocristo – Coves Drac – Manacor -Vilafranca – Montuïri – Algaida – Can Pastilla – Platja de Palma – s’Arenal
To view the current timetable for route 454 please follow this link https://www.tib.org/en/web/ctm/autobus/linia/454
Another option to Sa Coma is to take the train to Manacor first and then a bus or taxi onto Sa Coma. The train departs from Palma city, Palma intermodal station, next to the bus station. The train line ends at Manacor.
Train tickets can be purchased at the station at automatic ticket machines or in the ticket office. Prices are €3.75 to Manacor for a single fare and €7.50 return fare.
Monday to Fridays the first train from Palma to Manacor leaves at 6:15 and the last train is at 22:15. Trains from Palma to Manacor run every hour and journey time is about an hour. On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays they start at 6:10 every hour until 22:10 and the journey time is 67minutes.
Return trains Monday to Fridays depart Manacor for Palma from 6:23 every hour until 22:05 and take approximately 60minutes. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays they start from Manacor at 6:24 every hour until 22:05 and the journey time is 67minutes.
At Manacor station it is possible to get a number of buses onto Sa Coma for the 45 minute journey. These bus routes are: 412, 454, 447 or 451. As another option a taxi from Manacor to Sa Coma is around €30.