The shuttle bus service will be provided from 1 June by line 505 and link Santanyí, from the Na Ravandella stop, with s’Almunia and Cala Llombards. Scheduled connections with Palma and Cala d’Or are guaranteed by changing to the interurban bus line 501.
There are nine outbound and nine return journeys for users from Monday to Sunday. The first bus departs from Santanyí at 09:35 and the last one leaves from Cala Llombards at 20:10. The L505 service will continue running until 30 September.
The shuttle service connecting Es Trenc beach with Palma and Sa Ràpita will start operating on 1 July. This route is serviced by line 530 and it was launched in the summer of 2016.
Shuttle buses offer a sustainable way to visit Mallorca’s natural areas of interest, which are currently heavily congested with cars. By providing these buses, the Regional Government of the Balearic Islands is not only encouraging appropriate conservation of our natural spaces but also making popular tourist areas accessible to all the island’s residents and visitors.