Hostal Domus

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Juan Valera 20, Malaga, 29017, Spain
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Easiest,closet,one day trip from Malaga..??

by philosykos

Out of these Cordoba...Gibraltar...Cadiz..Tangiers..which is the easist...closet in time trip from Malaga center by bus...?? One day trip.....

Re: Easiest,closet,one day trip from Malaga..??

by puerto_lover

closet is a wardrobe or small room.
the closest to visit out of the list you gave is Cordoba because it is linked by fast train called AVE in under one hour BUT that way is expensive. Look at prices and times of all trains on

You can go by bus however it may take 3 hours each way BUT costs about Euros 22.

Look at finding a TOUR trip that may be better value once you are in Malaga?

Going to GIBRALTAR you have to take a bus to LA LINEA which is a very short walk across the border (take passport of course). You can look at Malaga Bus Terminal web site for more ideas:

Have you also considered RONDA or MIJAS as day trips from Malaga?

And of course GRANADA is possible if you start early.

Re: Easiest,closet,one day trip from Malaga..??

by philosykos

Yes I know what a xloset is..That was a spelling error not ignorance....

I have been to Gibraltar by car..and to Granada and to Tangiers but my friend that will be with me hasn't.And we will not have a car.

Re: Easiest,closet,one day trip from Malaga..??

by puerto_lover

But I didn't know the greek for closet was spelt xloset

Re: Easiest,closet,one day trip from Malaga..??

by philosykos

Not greek by the way....And I did not know English were that stuffy...

Re: Easiest,closet,one day trip from Malaga..??

by puerto_lover

The English are renowned for their sense of humour and fair play.

Re: Easiest,closet,one day trip from Malaga..??

by daarth

Coming out of the closet to hear good English humour can be refreshing! I can recommend it strongly

Travel Tips for Málaga

Just walk around the city a...

by paulapes

Just walk around the city a bit. We didn't do any sightseeing, because it was a stopover on our way to Marbella, but what we saw we liked. We did do some shopping and found the people and shopkeepers to be friendly and ready to help you spend your money! We found some really nice things in a little shop off the Calle San Agustin. This was nearby our hotel, which was on Calle Cister. It was just a nice, friendly place that I wish we had had time to explore further. Don't believe the books that say it's a place to skip over (unfortunately what we did!). Next time, I want to spend a bit more time there. Here is a picture of Cathy on Calle Cister, near our hotel. The restaurant where we had breakfast is behind her.


by cbeaujean

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by Carmela71

1 hour and a half by car from Marbella, less than an hour from malaga (with the new road), 52 km from Malaga, is called 'Balcón del Mediterraneo' ('Balcony of Mediterranean Sea'). Apart of the beautiful view its Cueva de Nerja, a 3000 years old cave with colossal stalactites, makes it worth a visit.

Bus to Gibralfaro

by svetik2000

If you don't feel like walking uphill to Castillo de Gibralfaro you can take bus 35 that goes along Avenida de Cervantes and then takes you directly to the castle passing some pretty houses and climbing the hill offering you vistas of surrounding area.
Beware that it goes once every 40-50 mins, so better check in advance what time it departs from your local bus stop.

Our first breakfast in Spain

by paulapes about Cafe Teatro

Since we were there for such a short time, we only went to one restaurant, the Cafe Teatro, off Calle Cister. The staff there were really nice and helpful to me, who was a little timid about using my limited Spanish!
The price was typical for Spain---very reasonable! We went for coffee and a croissant in the morning, before leaving for Marbella. We sat outside at a table next to the Catedral and a little park, and watched the locals walking by on their way to work.


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