Palma Metro / Subway Guide - Lines, Schedules, Fees & More

On the territory of Mallorca, the Palma Metro operates as one of the means of transportation. The metro consists of only two separate lines and 16 stations in total. The overall area covered by the metro reaches 15.6 kilometers in total.

The metro had started its official operation back on 25th of April 2007 when the M1 line was opened for the public attention. The line covers around 7.2 kilometers of route and consists of 9 stations: Plaça d'Espanya (Intermodal station), Son Fortesa / Son Costa, Jacint Verdaguer, Camí dels Reis, Son Sardina (surface station), Son Castelló,  UIB (University of the Balearic Islands), Gran Via Asima, Son Fuster Vell. It takes around 15 to 30 minutes to get from the 1st station of the M1 line to the last one. Normally M1 line starts its operation early in the morning around 06:57 and ends at 20:02 during the week and from 07:20 to 02:55 on Saturdays.

Afterwards, another M2 metro line was added in March 2013, the line now covers 8,35 kilometers of route and consists of 10 stations: Jacint Verdaguer, Plaça d'Espanya (Intermodal station), Son Fortesa / Son Costa, Son Cladera/Es Vivero, Marratxí, Pont d'Inca, Pont d'Inca Nou, Verge de Lluc, Son Fuster, Polígon Marratxí. It takes around 20 minutes to get from the 1st station of the M2 line to the last one. Notably, the M2 lie shares its stations with Mallorca's three commuter rail lines, therefore, it is not considered as a true ‘metro' by the standards, as the  M1 line is. Normally M2 line starts its operation early in the morning around 06:20 and ends at 21:20 during the week and it is not working on Saturdays at all.

Palma De Mallorca Metro Map

The first three stations are located in the list of stations of both lines as they manage transfer stations between the lines.

Trains run daily from 06:35 up until 21:55. The overall capacity of the  Palma Metro reached around 1.17 million passengers in 2014, that is around 3.208 passengers per day.

The ticket fee for the metro is 1.45 euros for a one-time pass and 0.75 euros for discounted tickets. Those tickets might be purchased in the intermodal station ticket office or at one of the ticket machines.

To get from the Palma airport to the Palma Metro Station the one needs to get the bus #1 and drive for around 30 minutes to the Plaza de Espana where the Intermodal Station is located. All buses show the next stop on the displays equipped in the buses. During the winter time (November- end of April) buses are running from 06:00 up to 01:10 from the airport to the city and from 05:30 to 01:00 from the city to the airport. During the summer time (May- end of October) buses are running from 06:00 up to 01:50 from the airport to the city and from 05:30 to 02:10 from the city to the airport. The buses are running every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes after 21:30. The fee for the bus #1 ticket is 5 euros.