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My family and I will go to Mallorca next week and need to travel from PMI airport to Port de Pollenca. What is the most convenient way to get there? Is there a maximum fee taxis are allowed to charge for this trip?

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    There's no fixed fee for this journey if you pick up a metered taxi outside the airport. The rates are per km and per hour. I am sure you can prebook a taxi for a fixed price if that is more reassuring. – Calchas Aug 1 '17 at 22:41
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Rome2Rio shows a bus option, first one which takes you from the airport to Alcúdia, where you catch the TIB linea 352 bus to Port de Pollença; the trip takes less than 2 hours.

A taxi for the 67km drive run between €70- 90 and several are listed: Taxis Palma Radio SGL +34 971 70 24 24 and Mallorca Taxi +34 607 26 62 55

  • We took a cab from the airport, the drivers have a sheet which shows the approximate fares. We paid about 80 per way. – UZi Sep 23 '17 at 10:10
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I just returned from Mallorca a week ago.

From the Airport, take the #1 bus to the Estacion Intermodal at the Plasa de Espanya. That should cost €5,00 per person, and takes about 30 minutes.

Inside the Station find the bus #340 to Pollenca.
I believe it cost €5,00 each, and took one hour, with about 4 or 5 quick stops along the way.

Here's the matching Google Directions.

A taxi would cost you MUCH MUCH more, and barely be any faster at all.

The transportation website https://www.tib.org/en/ is very good, and supports multiple languages.

  • This is definitely a useful answer, but in the interests of keeping it up to date I would comment that the #1 bus between the airport and the Plaza de España now costs 5€. I'm not sure why the price jumped so much in a few months. – Peter Taylor Dec 11 '17 at 16:24
  • I may have been wrong in the first place: I took a lot of buses while I was there. Most of them were 1,50, but a few had higher prices. The airport bus may have been one with extra costs. – abelenky Dec 11 '17 at 16:41

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