El Faisan C&R Hotel
Autovia A-382 Jerez-Arcos, Acceso: Jedula, Arcos de la Frontera, 11620, Spain
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Chapel of Mercy
whick is the best form of travel from malaga to arcos de la frontera, train or bus
The bus company Los Amarillos has two direct journeys on weekdays and one on Sundays from Malaga to Arcos de la Frontera. Takes about 3 hrs 30 minutes,. Times and tickets at http://www.losamarillos.es/
Other buses from Malaga will take you to Jerez de la Frontera by diffreent routes. Consult www.movelia.es
There is no railway station in Arcos de la Frontera. the nearest is in Jerez, about 30km away.
You can travel by train from Malaga to Jerez via either Seville or Cordoba, several trains each day , journey 4 - 6 hours as it is a very long way round. Train times at www.renfe.es
There is a frequent local bus service between Jerez and Arcos de la Frontera on weekdays, less frequent at weekends. Journey trakes about 20 minutes, last bus is at 2030hrs. Times and more information at http://www.cmtbc.es/ in Spanish only.
I hope that helps. There may be other options but it is not an region about which I am very knowledgeable.
I think you should hire a car to travel between these cities as the public transportation is not very frequent. For car rental you can use the services of companies like Pointcarhire and Sixt as their prices are quite affordable. Presently Pointcarhire is providing good facilities like CDW, liability insurance, unlimited mileage etc. all inclusive in their car rental rates. Hopefully you can easily find a good deal with them.
Travel Tips for Arcos de la Frontera
Feria time in Autumn
Each Autumn, Arcos celebrates the Feria de San Miguel with plenty of music and dancing along with amusement rides and all the fun of the fair. The Feria lasts for 3 or 4 days and normally includes a bull fighting spectacle as well as a chance to admire some local horsemen and women and the fabulous 'sevillanas' dance.
Iglesia de San pedro
Another church form the 15th century in gothic style.
From here if you follow Calle Abades you can enjoy another of the great Miradores of Arcos de la Frontera called Mirador de los Abades, where you can see the lake
This former palace is now used as government offices. It is 17th century. There is a lovely courtyard which is the oldest in Arcos, that is 15th century.
Opening times: Monday - Saturday 10-2pm and 5-8pm
Un Pueblo Blanco!
"A nice spot for a stop!"
Arcos de la Frontera is a nice little white village in a unique setting, as you can see on the picture. Although it is quite hard to climb up to the highest point and central place, it is worth doing so, as you can see on the picture. Not enough of climbing? Then enter the tower of the church to have this marvelous overlook over the city and landscape...
"Steep, narrow streets..."
.... you better leave your car in the lower part of the town and go by bus or by feet!
"Tower on the main place"
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