If you would like to really explore Costa Tropical, beyond the Paseo, then renting a bike is the option for you. There are two wonderful year round bike shops in town and both are very reputable and friendly.
Tropico Express Tourist Train
The Tropico Express Train takes you on a tour along the boardwalks of Almuñécar. Continue reading
Almuñécar Bus Schedule
There are many transportation options for getting from Malaga to Almuñécar. To help facilitate your journey, below you will find a listing along with directions and maps. The travel time can vary based on mode of transportation chosen as well as time or day of the week. The Malaga airport code is AGP, click here for more Malaga Airport Information. We will help you with driving to Almuñécar, taking the bus to Almuñécar, and other transportation options.
The bus is a great and inexpensive way to get from the Malaga airport to Almuñécar, as well as from Almuñécar to the Malaga Airport. We will provide you detailed instructions in both directions, to help you with your journey. You have options for a direct bus or you may take a bus to Malaga central bus station and change there for your destination.
Almuñécar is on the Costa Tropical and by road is 75 kilometers from Málaga, 80 kilometers from Granada, and 129 kilometers from Almeria. It is easy to make you way to and from Almuñécar and you have several transportation options.
If you own a car in Spain, eventually you’ll need to renew its roadworthiness certification (ITV renewal). Known as the M.O.T. in the United Kingdom, or the D.O.T. in the United States, the roadworthiness sticker is named ITV (Inspección Técnica de Vehículos) in Spain. Renewing ITV is actually very straightforward.
Are you getting cabin fever staying in the small coastal city of Almuñécar? Are you dreaming of a day out at a big and modern shopping mall? Well, let us share with you how to get to Larios Mall – Almuñécar to Málaga and back. We provide you with instructions via the public bus, in addition to directions for driving a car.
Did you know there are speed cameras in Almuñécar? This shouldn’t be a big surprise, as there are road signs clearly marking the speed radar zone. That said, when you have beautiful scenery you are looking at or on the hunt for a parking space, you can easily miss those signs. Needless to say when you receive that multa (fine) in the mail, with a photo of your car, it doesn’t feel good. Of course the next reaction is denial and that it couldn’t have been you, as you don’t speed.
If you are planning on driving in Almuñécar, this is an essential book for you. We offer you a complete guide to driving in Spain. While it isn’t intended to be a full driving manual, it is packed full of important information to help you drive safely, as well as avoid accidents and fines.