Almuñécar City Bus Schedule


Almuñécar Bus Schedule

Almuñécar City Bus

The big blue city bus currently has five main lines in the municipality of Almuñécar.

  1. Line 1 is a circular line around Almuñécar, from the center to Cotobro and back.
  2. Line 2 is from Almuñécar  to La Herradura and back.
  3. Line 3 is from Almuñécar down through Velilla and back.
  4. Line 4 is from Almuñécar center to Taramay and back.
  5. Line 5 is from Almuñécar  city center to Torrecuevas and back.

City Bus Schedule for Almuñécar, La Herradura and Marina del Este

(Including Stops, Map, & routes)
Download or Print all lines –  click here.

There is even a bus locator, so you can see where the bus currently is!  This is a great new feature, as it helps pinpoint the exact time it will be at your stop, rather than guessing the time it takes from the city center.  All sign posts display the time it departs from the city center.

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Keep in mind the times listed are for the start/stop time at the Plaza de la Carrera.  If you are picking up the bus along San Cristobal Beach, it may be 5 – 10 minutes after that, depending on where you are in the route.  It is just safe to be at the bus stop at that time and wait the few extra minutes.  NEW! There is even a bus locator, so you can see where the bus currently is!

View all city bus lines in Costa Tropical seasonal schedules.

(Almuñecar, La Herradura, Motril,Torrecuevas-Jete-Otívar- Lentejí)
The photo below is just an example of what you may expect.
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Almuñécar Bus

Here is the Town Map so you can see where it all happens!

The start / end of all routes is across from Carbonell on Carrera de la Concepción.  Look for the big blue bus icon in the center of the map.

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Heidi

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Heidi is passionate about travel (50+ countries) and loves experiencing the world with hubby Alan and their 2 kids. In Aug 2012, they left the “perfect American life”, quit their jobs, sold their belongings and moved to Almuñécar. She likes to share all of her favorites things about the area, as well as practical information too. You may also view their family travel blog, Wagoners Abroad, at https://wagonersabroad.com