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Transport in and around Alcudia, Majorca
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For more Information please contact Jose by email or telephone.
ZARZA TAXI Nº 18 & 41
C/ Juan de La Cosa Nº 10
Zarza Taxis - Tony and Alicia, brother and sister provide an excellent friendly English, German and Spanish speaking Taxi service in comfortable Air-Conditioned Vehicles carrying from†one up to seven people, also available is a†7 seater Mini Bus. Transfer to and from Palma Airport as well as Pollensa. Puerto Pollensa, Cala San Vicente, Alcudia, Can Picafort, Muro, Formentor and Island excursions. We have a trailer to transport your bikes, golf clubs etc.
Bookings can also be made at the Los Zarzales restaurant, Puerto Pollensa. And we will be there with a warm welcome to your holiday.
TAXIS PORT ALCUDIA
We are a family business based in Alcudia and with over 40 years experience. We will provide a child's seat and/or booster if you are travelling with children, please advise us at the time of making your reservation.
We will travel island wide - simply contact us by phone or email to pre-book your transfer with peace of mind.
Airport - Puerto Alcudia/Alcudia 68€
Alcudia - centre of Palma 55€
Alcudia - Portals Nous/Marineland 70€
Alcudia - Arenal/Aquarium 70€
Our vehicles have a large capacity to carry all your luggage, bicycles, wheelchairs etc.
To book please send us:
- date and time of collection
- flight number
- number of passengers and, if children, their ages
- contact telephone number
- your destination
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Bus Timetables for the Alcudia & Ca'n Picafort Area can be found on the TIB website (NB The timetables are .pdf files):
See Lines 351-398
Also see www.autocaresmallorca.com for Alcudia Buses.
Transport de les Illes Bealears (tib) http://tib.caib.es/terrestre/autobusos.en.htm
There are 2 train stations both very close to each other in Palma by the Placa d'Espanya.
Palma to Soller Train
One station is for the Palma-Soller train.
For a lovely description and photographs of the Soller Train and Tram
For the latest timetable, see the official site
Prices (2014) for the tourist trains (with photostop) are 12.50€ one way, or 19.50€ return with 50% discount for children. The tram (tranvia) from Soller to Puerto Soller is 5€ per trip and departs every 30 mins (hourly out of season).
Palma to Inca/Sa Pobla TrainTOP
The other station is for the Palma-Inca train which now extends to Sa Pobla and may be extended further (to Alcudia) in the future. A separate branch goes from Inca to Manacor.
See for the following link for the timetable (but do confirm before you travel):