Fuengirola Train service

Malaga to Fuengirola train service map by RENFE
Malaga to Fuengirola train service map. by RENFE

Fuengirola Train service

The RENFE train station in Fuengirola (952 128 079) is located on Avenida Jesús Santos Rein, just one road away from the bus station. The Fuengirola station is classified disabled-friendly and has a cafeteria and a news stand. It is an underground station and step or elevator are needed to reach platform level. 

From here you can catch the Fuengirola to Malaga commuter (cercanías) trainline C-1 which takes 48 minutes to get to Malaga City, via Benalmádena, Torremolinos and Malaga Airport.

Trains from Fuengirola run every 20 minutes from 06.10 until 00.20. See link below to search times.

The ticket cost depends on the number of zones that you cross. See prices

The Cercanias train conveniently connects with the main line trains in Malaga Maria Zambrano station for high speed AVE trains to Madrid, Cordoba, Sevilla and other parts of Spain. 

TRAIN Timetable

Search train times from Fuengirola on the RENFE website.



Tickets are valid for a journey made within two hours of the ticket purchase. 

Prices are based on Zonas. A travel from the Airport (Zone 1) to Fuengirola (Zone 4) counts a travelling within 4 zones.

There are also return tickets valid for the day costing double the single fare. There is no online booking nor seat reservations. Buy tickets before travel from the ticket machine at the stations. You can also pay contactless at the barrier (swipe enter and exit) with a 'contactless' bank card or mobile phone with app to pay by VISA or MASTERCARD. 

Children under 6 years old can travel free, as long as they don't ocupy a seat and no more than two free per acompanying adult.

Zones entered Price €
1 or 2 Zones 1,80 €
3 Zones 2,05 €
4 Zones 2,70 €
5 Zones 3,60 €



The first plans for this Malaga to Fuengirola cercanias line, in the Royal Decree of 3 April 1878, contemplated construction of the Málaga to Campamento (La Linea) line via Churriana, Fuengirola, Marbella, and Estepona and linking the iron ore mines of Marbella with the ports of Málaga and Gibraltar. The concession was awarded to José Casado and Málaga and Gibraltar Railway Company of 46 Lombard Street, London. Despite acquiring a four-year extension to the concession in 1894, the "Malaga and Gibraltar Railway Company" had only constructed one kilometre of line in Málaga, earthworks in Fuengirola and a 400-metre tunnel between Estepona and Manilva which can still be seen today in the Bahía Dorada urbanisation.

Read about the history of the construction of the Malaga to Fuengirola Railway


Avenida Jesús Santos Rein at intersection of Calle Jacinto Benavente.