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Airport Flight Info
971 712 445
971 834 144
971 824 347
971 789 099
971 719 244
Getting from the airport
You can go by bus but it means going into Palma and then changing. It can be a lengthy operation depending upon your time of arrival. The easiest way is by taxi and the approximate cost is 70-75€ and it takes around 60 minutes.
Posting a letter or postcard
Cost to the UK and Ireland is 75 centimos for a standard letter or postcard. Stamps are available from tobacconists and the post office, which is shown on the map. The post office is only open from 11am to 12 noon Monday to Friday (even Mrs Coggins works more hours than that!). Only use stamps that carry the words "Correos España" because there are some private companies with their own post boxes and the national postal service will not accept their stamps.
The times quoted are Monday to Saturday only. There are buses on a Sunday but there are so few you are best staying in Calas! As buses have a habit of not running when they should in Mallorca, your best bus advice is "Just sit in the sun and wait, one will come along eventually!"
The times quoted are Monday to Saturday only. There are buses on a Sunday but there are so few you are best staying in Calas!
L415 Calas de Mallorca - Palma (via Manacor) - 09.25 Return (via Manacor) 16.45
L442 Calas de Mallorca - Porto Cristo/Caves of Drach (and return): more or less every 1/2 hour. First bus 09.15. Last bus leaves Porto Cristo 18.40
L415 Manacor Market (Monday only) - 09.25 : 10.30 : Return 12.00 : 13.15
L442 Calas de Mallorca - Sa Coma, Cala Millor and Cala Bona: (and return): more or less every 1/2 hour. First bus 09.15. Last bus leaves Cala Millor 17.45
L453 Calas de Mallorca - Puerto Soller via Valldemossa (45 min stay), Deya and Soller town (Tuesday only): Departs 10.15 returns 15.45. Well worth the trip if only to take the San Francisco tram from Soller to Puerto Soller
L444 Calas de Mallorca - Cala d’Or (via Porto Colom) - First bus leaves 09.15, last bus 21.05. Last Bus back from Cala d’Or leaves at 20.10
Felanitx Market (Sunday only): 09.30 : Return 13.15
For details of the Cala Express road train check out our out and about page
The nearest big markets to Calas de Mallorca are at Santanyi (Wednesday and Saturday) Manacor (Monday) and Felanitx (Sunday). There are also two markets at nearby Campos, on Thursday and Saturday - the Saturday one is the best. There is also a small, and when we say small, we mean 'small' street market in Porto Colom on Tuesday. However, it is a beautiful town and is worth a visit so you may as well go on a Tuesday.
If you need to visit a doctor we would recommend you first visit a chemist (farmacia) beause they are well qualified. But if you still have to visit a doctor, there are many private doctors in town - a visit will cost you between 75-80€ - which you can claim back on your insurance. There is also a national health clinic, which is marked on the map but you should make an appointment. The medical centre is open Tuesday to Friday mornings.
The chemist (Farmacia Calas de Mallorca) is situated right in the midle of town, in front of the Mini Golf. The girls all speak English and are very helpful, and can quite often sort your problem out without the need to visit a doctor. You can visit them on Facebook
The Val d'Or Golf is only a 10 minute drive away. It is a well laid out course and in an ideal setting. A round of golf in 2013 will cost between 85 and 112 € depending upon the time of the year. You can hire clubs at 34€ and a buggy car at 45€. There are six other good courses all within a 40 minutes drive from Calas de Mallorca. For information about these and all the island's courses contact Keith or John at Mallorca Golf Connection (established 1999) - they will organise all your tee times if you want ... and get you discounts at the same time. Tell them we sent you. If you want a cheaper option you can always play Mini Golf - there are two in Calas.