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Small-Group Morocco Day Trip to Tangier from Malaga

Small-Group Morocco Day Trip to Tangier from Malaga
Duration:
June 1 to October 31: 13 hrs
November 1 to May 31: 11 hrs
From:
USD 176.07
Immerse yourself in the colorful hubbub of Morocco on a small-group day trip to Tangier from Malaga! After crossing the Strait of Gibraltar, get to know the city on a walking tour, scouting out treasures in the souks and exploring the winding alleyways that flank the casbah (historical fortress) of Tangier's medina. Feast on Moroccan delicacies for lunch, and then see the seafront promenade and other top sights on an afternoon coach tour. Summer tours additionally include visits to beautiful lookout points at the Roman necropolis, Cape Spartel and the Cave of Hercules.<br><br>Numbers are limited to 20 on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.

Malaga Shore Excursion: Visit an Andalusian Horse Breeding Farm in Ronda

Malaga Shore Excursion: Visit an Andalusian Horse Breeding Farm in Ronda
Duration:
6 hours
From:
USD 153.35
An interesting day, conveniently arranged to and from Malaga Cruise port, perfect for day visitors. You will be transferred to Ronda in an air conditioned mini van, driving through the country side and admiring white villages dotting the landscape. You will discover the life of these animals in the Andalusian countryside. Then we will see Ronda, one of Spain&acute;s most historic cities

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Malaga Airport (AGP) Public & Private Bus Transfers


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Malaga Airport Public Bus Recommendations


 
IHateTaxis.com recommends the Malaga Airport public bus.

This is a convenient form of Malaga Airport transportation.


Malaga Airport Public Bus Fares & Payment


 
Malaga Airport Public Bus Payment: Exact cash fare • Tickets can be bought on the bus

Fares vary depending on carrier and route.


Malaga Airport Public Bus Details

Malaga Airport bus services are located outside Terminal 3, on the arrivals forecourt road, opposite the transportation hub. Fares are about EUR 1-4, depending on route. Malaga Airport bus services run about every 30-45 minutes.


A Express Airport (Line 75) - Itinerary:


Malaga-Airport: Paseo del Parque (Plaza del General Torrijos)-Alameda Principal-Avenida Andalucía-Héroe de Sostoa --Héroe de Sostoa (María Zambrano railway station)-, Avenida de Velázquez (level with Puerta Blanca)-Airport.


Malaga-Airport (line 19) - Itinerary:


Málaga-airport: Av- Manuel Agustin Heredia - Plaza de Toros vieja - Cuarteles ( Eslava)-Héroe de Sostoa (5 stops)- Avda.Velázquez (7 stops)- Avda. Comandante García Morato (roundabout)-T2 departures -cargo Terminal.


Airport-Málaga: cargo Terminal- T1 (arrivals)- Airport (Administrative Services)- Avda. Comandante García Morato (Flying Club)-Avda. Comandante García Morato (San Miguel)- Avda. Velázquez (8 stops)-Avda. de la Paloma-la Hoz-Ayala-Ingeniero Garnica - Av. Antonio Machado


Malaga-Santa Amalia line (Alhaurin de la Torre) - Note: this bus operates via the Cargo Terminal.


Marbella-Airport Line service runs from the AGP Malaga Airport to Marbella.


As well as local services, several long distance bus lines operate from Malaga Airport, including: Airport-Seville and Airport-Granada.


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Malaga Airport Private Bus Recommendations


 
IHateTaxis.com recommends the Malaga Airport private bus.

A very convenient and economical option that will whisk you off to a central spot from which you can go anywhere.


Malaga Airport Private Bus Fares & Payment


 
Malaga Airport Private Bus Payment: Cash • Pre-paid Coupon/Voucher

EUR 6.50 one way


Malaga Airport Private Bus Details

The Malaga Airport to Marbella Bus Station bus service runs like clockwork all year round. The Malaga Airport bus to Marbella  service travels on the toll road which is fast and direct with no intermediate stops. The bus leaves from just outside Arrivals at the airport and arrives at the Marbella bus station with taxis right outside.


You can go anywhere in the world from Marbella Bus Station. Get on a bus in Marbella and get off in Victoria Bus Station in London. Take a bus to La Linea on the border of Gibraltar. Get on a bus to the Alhambra in Granada. Travel by bus from Marbella to Sevilla and see the Giralda cathedral. Take a bus up to Ronda bus station, explore Ronda for the day and come back to the coast from Ronda train station


Cost: EUR 6.50 one way (prices fluctuate) families get a slight reduction.


Journey time: 45 minutes.


Ticket sales:


From Marbella - Ticket office in Marbella bus station.


From Malaga Airport: Look for ticket office just outside exit from T3 Arrivals Hall. After 20:00 buy tickets on bus.


Thanks to Mike at gomarbella for this information!


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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017



Contributors: Alan Biddulph, Mike at gomarbella