damas bus service to ronda

Ronda Bus Timetables

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Remember that Ronda is also serviced by trains and it is very easy to Book a  train to Ronda, and train daytrips to the Alhambra in Granada, Mezquita in Córdoba, or the Picaso Museum in Malaga.

THE LOS AMARILLOS SERVICE HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A NEW COMPANY CALLED “DAMAS”

Getting to Ronda by bus is quite easy and there are several bus companies that service Ronda and the villages of the Serranía de Ronda. These are Damas, 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.

Leaving baggage at the bus station.

On a busy day several thousand people can pass through, so essential services such as very clean public lavatories (for a small fee) and luggage storage is available.

At the entrance to the bus station there is a small newspaper and map/postcard stand. This is where you ASK FOR LUGGAGE STORAGE.  Prices range depending on the size and amount of your luggage but expect an average of 5 Euros per item for the day.  Luggage items are stored in a locked room inside the bus station.

There are no auto service luggage lockers located inside the bus station. Asking at the newspaper stand is your only option if you want to leave belongings safely whilst you explore Ronda.

There is also a small cafe bar at the Ronda train station serving snacks and drinks which helps while away the time waiting for the bus.

Bus services to Ronda from major cities only include Sevilla, Málaga, Marbella, Cadíz, Algeciras, and Fuengirola. All other destinations can be reached by train from Ronda, or by connecting bus in either Sevilla or Málaga.

The latest bus timetables change frequently, turismo de Ronda (the official town hall website) have produced a downloadable .pdf document you can print out. Get it here. (this link sometimes does not work!)

Contact details for bus companies servicing Ronda.
Damas

tel 959 256 900
Damas

Transportes Generales Comes

tel: 952 871 992
toll: 902 199 208
www.tgcomes.es

Automoviles Portillo
tel: 952 872 262
toll: 902 143 144
www.ctsa-portillo.com
Horizonte Sur

mob: 699 427 674

Autocares Lara
tel: 952 872 260
mob: 657 914 448
Sierra de las Nieves
tel: 952 875 435
tel: 952 231 200
www.grupopacopepe.com

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