Discussion in 'Ibiza open chat' started by heatherp6, Mar 13, 2018.
What does L X V mean on a bus timetable thanks
M-F (Monday to Friday)
replied on the other thread, it's monday, wednesday, friday
Thanks Stivi , Any idea where in Ibiza town we get the L11 Thanks
Assuming you're arriving in town on the number 3 from SA, once you get off the bus continue walking along Av. Isidor Macabich for about 10 minutes, the stop for the 11 is just before Parc de la Pau. The bus stops had a big swap around after the new bus station debacle, unfortunate.
So guess there,s still no bus station in Ibiza town ? They were going to build one years ago. is the San An bus stop still at the little cafe in Ibiza town ?
I,ve got that page thanks
Click about on it and you'll find the city map with the stops and bus numbers.
Ahhh ok, thanks x
They built one, then left it, by the time they went back to the street the ticket office, cafeteria and TOILET had shut down!
, Ohh thats not good, !!the toilets were a it of a mess,it was always desperate times that made people go to those ones , so where do you get tickets now,? So on good Friday I presume its the Sunday/Holiday timetable ?
I should think so, yes for GF. Up to now, since the closures, pay the driver.
ok thanks so much for your help
It's interesting that Mao/Mahon on Menorca has a good bus station with a cozy cafe and clean toilet, and waiting passengers are kept in the shade, and informed by electronic signs, yet despite the Ibiza bus station fiasco there still is no real central place to catch a bus in Ibiza. One-up to Menorca there.
I've often thought the wide boulevard by the ferry terminal could be an option for all buses to terminate, should be easy enough to keep passengers and buses/boats separate?
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