Palma Intermodal Station

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Palma Estació Intermodal
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Station platforms
Station statistics
Address Plaça d'Espanya, Palma, Majorca
Balearic Islands, Spain
Coordinates 39°34′35″N 2°39′15.3″E / 39.57639°N 2.654250°E / 39.57639; 2.654250Coordinates: 39°34′35″N 2°39′15.3″E / 39.57639°N 2.654250°E / 39.57639; 2.654250
Connections Bus
Parking 844 spaces
Bicycle facilities 45 places
Other information
Opened 2007
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Operator Consorci de Transports de Mallorca (CTM)
Preceding station   Palma Metro   Following station
Terminus Metro Palma simple.png
toward UIB

Palma Intermodal Station (Catalan: Estació Intermodal) is the main railway station of Palma on the island of Majorca, Spain. It is located at the Plaça d'Espanya in the centre of the city and is also known as Palma Plaça d'Espanya.


The facility was officially opened 1 March 2007, which is the "Day of the Balearic Islands", a local public holiday which celebrates the islands' autonomy. The Metro commenced operation 25 April 2007.

The station is fully accessible for persons with reduced mobility. Car parking and bicycle racks are available.


Trains of Serveis Ferroviaris de Mallorca and the Palma Metro both use the station. The Ferrocarril de Sóller station is on the other side of the street.


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