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Buses in Andalucía are mostly modern, comfortable and inexpensive, and run almost everywhere – including along some unlikely mountain roads – to connect remote villages with their nearest towns. The bigger cities are linked to each other by frequent daily services. On the quieter routes, services may be reduced (or nonexistent) on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Alsa's luxurious 'Supra' buses have wi-fi, free drinks and snacks, toilets and single seats available.
  • Larger towns and cities usually have one main estación de autobuses (bus station) where all out-of-town buses stop. In smaller places, buses tend to operate from a particular street or square, which may be unmarked. Ask around; locals generally know where to go.
  • During Semana Santa (Holy Week) and July and August it’s advisable to buy most bus tickets a day in advance.
  • On a few routes, a return ticket is cheaper than two singles.
  • Travellers aged under 26 should ask about discounts on intercity routes.
  • Buses on main intercity routes average around 70km/h, and cost around €1.20 per 14km.

Feature: Main Bus Companies

CompanyWebsiteTelephoneMain destinations
Alsawww.alsa.es902 422242Almería, Córdoba, Granada, Jaén, Málaga, Seville
Casalwww.autocarescasal.com954 999290Carmona, Seville
Comeswww.tgcomes.es902 199208Algeciras, Cádiz, Granada, Jerez, Málaga, Ronda, Seville
Damaswww.damas-sa.es959 256900Ayamonte, Huelva, Seville
Los Amarilloswww.losamarillos.es902 210317Cádiz, Jerez, Málaga, Ronda, Seville
Portillowww.ctsa-portillo.com902 143144Algeciras, Costa del Sol, Málaga, Ronda
Autocares Carrerawww.autocarescarrera.es957 500302Córdoba province