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Trains in Mallorca

Mallorca has a small rail network. The modern mainline train system extends from Palma via Inca to Sa Pobla and Manacor and a metro system serves Palma city and surroundings. Additionally, there is a vintage train, which takes you from Palma to Soller and a vintage tram that connects Soller to Port de Soller.

There is no train or Metro link to Palma Airport. In order to get to the train station, you will need to take a bus or a taxi from Palma Airport to Palma city.

Palma Intermodal train station

The Palma Intermodal Station is the main train station for Palma de Mallorca and is found underground at Plaça d’Espanya. The main Metro and bus station are also situated here.

Aboveground and alongside the underground train station is the vintage train for Soller. See below for more information on this.

Getting from Palma Airport to Palma train station

The EMT airport bus A1 goes directly from Palma Airport to the train station at Plaça d’Espanya. The bus journey will take around half an hour and costs € 5 for a single ticket. A taxi journey from Palma Airport to the train station will take around 15 minutes.


Which train to take for your Mallorca destination

The modern railway

The modern railway in Mallorca has three different train lines, T1, T2 and T3, none of which go all the way to any of the coastal resorts. All the routes pass through Inca, where the T1 ends. T2 and T3 go on to Sa Pobla, in the north, and Manacor in the eastern part of the island.

Train connection from Palma to Inca – Train Line T1

The train journey from Palma Intermodal Station to Inca takes around half an hour. Trains to Inca run frequently – depending on the time of day there are between three and four trains per hour.

Estació Intermodal (301) – Jacint Verdaguer (302) – Son Costa/Son Fortesa (303) – Son Fuster (204) – Son Cladera-es Vivero (224) – Verge de Lluc (205) – Pont d’Inca (206) – Pont d’Inca Nou (207) – Polígon de Marratxí (208) – Marratxí (209) – Es Caülls/ Festival Park (210) – Santa Maria (211) – Consell/Alaró (212) – Binissalem (213) – Lloseta (214) – Inca (215)

Train connection from Palma to Sa Pobla – Train Line T2

The train journey from Palma Intermodal Station to Sa Pobla takes around 50 minutes. There is one train per hour from Palma to Sa Pobla.

Estació Intermodal (301) – Jacint Verdaguer (302) – Son Costa/Son Fortesa (303) – Son Fuster (204) – Son Cladera-es Vivero (224) – Verge de Lluc (205) – Pont d’Inca (206) – Pont d’Inca Nou (207) – Polígon de Marratxí (208) – Marratxí (209) – Es Caülls/ Festival Park (210) – Santa Maria (211) – Consell/Alaró (212) – Binissalem (213) – Lloseta (214) – Inca (215) – Enllaç (216) – Llubí (217) – Muro (218) – Sa Pobla (219)

Train connection from Palma to Manacor – Train Line T3

The train journey from Palma Intermodal Station to Manacor takes around 60 minutes. There is one train per hour from Palma to Manacor.

Estació Intermodal (301) – Jacint Verdaguer (302) – Son Costa/Son Fortesa (303) – Son Fuster (204) – Son Cladera-es Vivero (224) – Verge de Lluc (205) – Pont d’Inca (206) – Pont d’Inca Nou (207) – Polígon de Marratxí (208) – Marratxí (209) – Es Caülls/ Festival Park (210) – Santa Maria (211) – Consell/Alaró (212) – Binissalem (213) – Lloseta (214) – Inca (215) – Sineu (220) – Petra (222) – Manacor (223)

Mallorca train timetables and ticket prices

Train tickets can be purchased at the ticket office in the Intemodal Station or at one of the automatic ticket machines. The train fares are good value. See here for information about train fares and timetables.

Palma Intermodal Station contact details

Plaça d’Espanya s/n, Palma
Customer Service Telephone: +34 971 17 77 77
www.tib.org


Soller Vintage Train – Tren de Soller

The Palma to Soller train is a true vintage narrow gauge train. It is also known affectionately as the wooden train due to its wooden carriages. This railroad is over one hundred years old and has been in service since 1912. While this option is not necessarily the fastest way of getting from Palma to Soller, a journey on this beautiful train along the extremely scenic route is an unforgettable experience for most. Including a 5 to 10-minute stop at the halfway point at Bunyola station, the journey time is around 1 hour.

Tren de Soller – timetables and tickets

After its usual winter break, the train started running again on 1/3/2022 and currently does six return journeys per day, seven days a week.

Tickets from Palma to Soller cost €18 one way and €25 for a return journey back to Palma. Tickets can be purchased at the station on the day of the journey. A combined train and tram return ticket can be purchased in advance via the Tren de Soller website (see below) for €32 or at the station, for the same price.

Please see the Tren de Soller website (below) for the current timetable.


Soller Tram – Orange Express

There is a vintage tram also known as the ‘Orange Express’, which has been in service since 1913 and runs between Soller and Port de Soller. It takes about 15 minutes for the 5km journey.

Soller Tram – timetables and tickets

The tram departs regularly from Soller between 8.00 am and 8.35 pm and from Puerto de Soller between 8.30 am and 9.05 pm. The cost of a single ticket is €7 – this can be purchased on the tram.

Please see the Tren de Soller website for the current timetable.


Contact details for Soller train and tram – Ferrocarril de Soller


Telephone: +34 971 752 028
Tren de Soller website
info@trendesoller.com


 

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