The bus station in Marbella links the town with many destinations, so it is an option to consider if we want to move around and we do not have a rental car. Let's find out more details about the buses from Marbella and where they can take us.
This is the main station for all the lines leave or pass through Marbella, and if you catch a bus from Malaga airport towards Puerto Banus or Marbella, this is one of the definite stops.
This bus station has 14 platforms, a cafeteria, a shop and also lockers that we can reserve, a waiting room and a supermarket on the outside.
From the Marbella bus station we can take a bus to the different neighbouring areas such as Puerto Banus, San Pedro de Alcantara and the city of Marbella.
The bus station also has public parking in case you arrive by car to pick someone up.
The urban buses connect different places within the municipality of Marbella, let's get to know the different lines:
All urban lines and stops at: https://marbella.avanzagrupo.com/en/bus-lines-and-schedules/all-lines
The bus service between Marbella and Starlite starts in mid-July and runs until the end of August with daily buses.
The line has the following stops: Alameda, Ricardo Soriano, Marbella Centro, Porcelanosa Marbella, Starlite.
You can check the timetables in the following PDF: https://marbella.avanzagrupo.com/images/pdf/Transporte-urbano-de-Marbella_Linea-10.pdf
The use of the city bus in Marbella can be free of charge for residents who request it.
ou can get more information about how to apply or the latest prices in the following link in Spanish:
A lot of people wonder about the different options to get from Malaga airport to Marbella or Puerto Banus, and we always recommend a car hire at Malaga airport as it’s quicker and a lot more comfortable, although you can also choose the bus.
Malaga airport bus stop is located right outside terminal 3 at the airport and the journey shouldn’t take more than 50 minutes if there’s not much traffic, maybe a bit more if it’s during high season.
The timetable is divided into winter season and summer season, and although you can pay when you jump on the bus, it’s advisable to carry the exact amount or small notes on you, as the drivers accept 10 euro notes maximum, and even then they don’t always have enough change.
There are several bus lines from Marbella, let's get to know them and the places we can get to by bus.
The following buses connect the bus station with the following destinations:
For more information, prices and other possibilities of bus travel from Marbella we recommend you to visit the web page https://www.avanzabus.com/
Bus from Marbella to Madrid.
For more information we recommend you to visit the bus station in Marbella or the following web page: http://www.movelia.es/
Alsa buses link Marbella with various destinations within the following locations:
If you need to go to an airport or train station, check timetables or prices, you can consult their website at: https://www.alsa.es/
There are options to reach international destinations by making transfers with Alsa.
Address: Av. Hermanos Blánquez, 29602 Marbella, Málaga
Although there are plans to extend the suburban train line to reach Marbella, for now the furthest we can reach is Fuengirola, from where we can catch the bus to Marbella.