There is a local bus from Cadiz and Seville to Atlanterra calling at Zahara de los Atunes and Conil de la Frontera. For destinations such as Tarifa, Algeciras, Estepona, Marbella or Malaga you would need to change at Conil. The RENFE train stations nearest to Zahara de los Atunes are in Cádiz, San Fernando and Algeciras. Each of these arrival points are about one hour driving.
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.
Mijas Pueblo doesn't have a bus station, however there is a main bus stop on Avenida Virgen de la Peña, just down from the Mijas Town Hall building. The routes below cover Mijas Pueblo and Las Lagunas. See also Mijas Costa timetables.
Ronda bus station is located in the new part of the town, only four blocks along the Avenida de Andalucia from the train station and about 5 minutes' walk from the historic town centre. It is located at Plaza Concepción García Redondo.
San Pedro does not have a bus station, but a bus lay-by located near the town centre on the Boulevard over the A-7 underpass. Services are operated from here to Algeciras, Benahavis, Cadiz, Cordoba, Estepona, Granada, La Linea, Málaga, Marbella (town centre and bus station), Ronda and Seville.
There is no bus station in Benalmadena, however there is a main bus stop called Benalmar/Puerto Marina that has a ticket kiosk and serves the regional routes.The bus stop is located next to 24-Hour Square and near to the Benalmar shopping centre on Avenida Antonio Machado.
The bus station is located within the same building as the train station, in the Estación Intermodal. ( Intermodal station; meaning bus and train combined station). the building opened in 2005 as the first of its type in Spain. It is open from 05.00 to 24.00 hrs. Here is a plan of the station. You are able to take buses from here around the city.
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.
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.
Seville has an extensive bus network, covering all barrios around the city. Most buses leave either from Puerta de Jerez (south of the centre) or from Plaza Ponce de Leon (east). The circular buses, C3 and C4, follow the ring road around the old city centre. One small bus takes a circular route inside the centre, the C5.
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.