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Bus Stations

There is a frequent service between the main towns in Andalucia and also day and overnight services to and from Madrid. Buses will be the only form of public transport into the surrounding villages. The bus and coach services are operated by different private bus companies. Most operate from the main bus terminals in the towns. Some however do use their own bus station.

Bus service from Salobreña. Salobreña is a place to unravel the senses on the beach with the soaring sky and glittering ocean before you, and the gleaming white town behind you. Take the little local bus (it stops at various points on the promenade) to the top of the hill and explore the "casco antiguo" or old town with its Moorish Castle, 17th Century church.

There is a frequent service between the main towns alson the Costa del Sol and to other parts of Andalucia and also day and overnight services to and from Madrid and Barcelona. Buses will be the only form of public transport into the surrounding villages. The bus and coach services are operated by different private bus companies.

Comes provide a daily bus service M-912 from Cadiz city (departing 11.00), San Fernando, Chiclana, San Andres golf, El Colorado to Conil de la Frontera, continuing on to Vejer, La Barca de Vejer, Barbate, Zahara de las Atunes and Atlanterra. Return service at 08.15 and 18.45. Aditionally there are six services a day between Conil and Atlanterra.

Conil de la Frontera's bus station was officially opened on the 7th of November 2016. It's construction was overseen and carried out by the Junta de Andalucía ( Andalusian regional government) and the town hall in Conil, with an investment of 1.18 million euros. The station is conveniently located on Avenida Cañada Honda (Av. Cañada Honda.

The Marbella bus station is located a km inland from the centre of the town on the north side of the A-7 ( old N-340) coast road at one of the intersections. (See map below). The local buses pass through the town centre befroe terminating at the bus station. The long distance coaches only stop at the bus station.

The main bus and coach station is located just to the west of the centre of town, next to the Train Station. There are also coaches from here to Costa del Sol and Andalucia.

There are two bus stations in Seville, both located in the city centre: the Prado de San Sebastian bus station which serves the rest of the Andalucia region and the Plaza de Armas bus station which links Seville to Huelva, other regions of Spain and even to Portugal

Granada Bus Station is situated on Avenida de Juan Pablo II, in the north west of the city about 3km from city centre. it is the only bus station in Granada having replaced the older 'Camino de Ronda' station in 1995. The metropolitan (urban) red bus line numbers 5, 33 and 21 go from outside the bus staion to different parts of the city. There is a metro stop outside the bus station.

There is a modern bus station opposite the RENFE railway station. The bus station itself has become one of the emblematic buildings of Córdoba. The building wone the National Prize for Architecture in 1999 when it was built was built by César Portela. In the car park travellers can observe remains of a Mozarabic house, the junction of two aqueducts and a mosque with Roman ashlars.

Algeciras bus stations is located next to the railway station. It is a modern uninteresting functional design. It has ticket office open all day. facilities include shops, toilets, 'consigna' with small cary on size lockers and a cafe. There is a taxi rank outside. The local bus L1 stops outside.

The town's bus station is at the end of the main shopping street, Calle Batalla del Salado, and next to the petrol station. The bus station is located 1.2km from Tarifa port, for the ferry to Tanger. If you have luggage it would be necessary to take a taxi to the port.

The La Linea bus station is located in the centre of the town about one block from the border with Gibraltar.