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Buses in Andalucia

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Andalucia Buses

Buses in Andalucia

One of the best ways to travel in Andalucia, southern Spain by public transport is by modern bus or coach.

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.

Tickets between towns can be purchased from the bus companies ticket sales window. The ticket will also be a reservation for the bus. The ticket may also be the allocation of a seat. The bus driver usually checks the tickets as the passengers board. On shorter journeys or when boarding between towns the custom is to pay the driver.

 

 

Timetables

Due to high level of tourism in Southern Spain, buses in Andalucia are frequent, especially in busier tourism areas like those towns along the Costa del Sol.

Click on one of the towns in the purple buttons in the right hand sidebar (below on a Mobile). In the town page in our destination section we have bus timetable information for that town. 

The routes we have included are not yet a comprehensive list and serve only as a guide for the services available. We are adding information all the time from more towns. Unfortunately the information on the private bus company websites is very difficult to understand and unlikely to be in English. You can also book online for many routes on the Omio website.

You may also consider checking the Trains in Andalucia.

Bus Timetables at towns in Andalucia

Buses services from Alhaurín el Grande to destination such as >Bus Routes to Alhaurín de la Torre, Cartama, Coin, Fuengirola, Guaro, Malaga. Mijas, Monda and Tolox.

Bus services from Alhaurín de la Torre to destinations ssuch as Alhaurín el Grande, Churriana, Coín, Guaro, Málaga and Monda.

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… More →

There is a municipal bus that runs between Castellar, Puerto de la Duquesa, Sabinilas and Manilva village ever hour during the day. There is a twice daily L-77 service from Casares - Manilva -… More →

Bus services form Madrid to Andalucia. Service to the eight Capital cities Seville, Cordoba, Granada, Malaga, Jaen, Almeria, Cadiz, and Huelva.

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