Prices and times of all buses arriving in and leaving Ronda for all nearby cities including Sevilla, Málaga, Cádiz, Fuengirola, and Marbella Can be found on Busbud – The Best Way to Book Bus Tickets to and from Ronda and across Spain If you have any problems with booking a ticket you can contact their experts who will be very happy to help you out. Click the image below to get started…
Remember that Ronda is also well serviced by trains and it is very easy to Book a RENFE train to Ronda, and train daytrips to the Alhambra in Granada, Mezquita in Córdoba, or the Picaso Museum in Malaga.
There are several bus companies that service Ronda and the villages of the Serranía de Ronda, these are Los Amarillos, Comes, Transportes Generales Portillo, Horizonte Sur, Autocares Lara, and Sierra de las Nieves. The main bus station in Ronda is not in the town centre, although it close enough to be only a short walk, our directions from the Ronda bus station are all you need.
The bus station in Ronda whilst old, and in need of renovation, is also the busiest transport hub in Ronda, and if you need to find it, the address is Plaza Concepción García Redondo directly in front of the roundabout. Enter through the main entrance to the left side of the ONCE kiosk. On a busy day several thousand people can pass through, so essential services such as free public lavatories, luggage storage (lockers), a small newspaper and map/postcard stand, a bar, and an ONCE lotto kiosk are on site.
In addition several charter companies operating from Sevilla and the Costa del Sol offering day trips to Ronda, though we don’t have information for these since the majority are strictly for tourists and do not have contact details or scheduled services in Ronda.
Bus services to Ronda from major cities only include Sevilla, Málaga, Marbella, Cadíz, Algeciras, and Fuengirola. All other destinations need to be reached by train from Ronda, or by connecting bus in either Sevilla or Málaga.
The latest bus timetables change frequently, turismo de Ronda have produced a downloadable .pdf document you can print out. Get it here. (this link sometimes does not work!)
By far, the best website for usage is that of Los Amarillos. Click the English flag on the booking page then just add your departure, destination to Ronda and travel dates… Great layout and you can buy your tickets online as well.
The contact details for bus companies servicing Ronda are as follows;
tel 952 187 061
toll: 902 210 317
|Transportes Generales Comes
tel: 952 871 992
toll: 902 199 208
tel: 952 872 262
toll: 902 143 144
mob: 699 427 674
tel: 952 872 260
mob: 657 914 448
|Sierra de las Nieves
tel: 952 875 435
tel: 952 231 200
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