Torre De Andalucia

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Pedro Antonio de Alarcon, Ed.Torre Andalucia 1, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29660, Spain
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Forum Posts

Portillo Aeropuerto Bus

by daarth

I just need to confirm some advice I have given on the Portillo airport bus to Marbella (haven't taken it myself). As I understand it, during the summer it goes every half hour from just outside arrival and easy to spot(?). But I'm not sure where in Marbella the bus stops and if there is easy access to taxi from there (going to Nueva Andalucia)
Another question from the person I am helping, is if calling the taxi service to order a taxi going back, can they understand English? (This person is nervous to get stuck in Spain and never get home again lol)
Thanks for any help :-)

Re: Portillo Aeropuerto Bus

by puerto_lover

The main bus terminal is next to the Autopista.
If you have Google Maps then insert these coordinates and you should see the satellite picture !
36°31'11"N 4°53'32"W
As far as bus times are concerned, the Portillo web site does give a specific page for the bus transfer from Malaga airport to Marbella bus station.
I don't know if the buses run more frequently in summer though and it seems perhaps a little unlikely ....however miracles can happen.....
AS far as I know, there are two public buses at the airport. One to Malaga City that goes Eastwards and runs probably every half an hour. And the Portillo one that goes west to only Marbella.
If you want to check this look at the Spanish airports web site for Malaga :
Taxi drivers down along the Costa del Sol are very used to non Spanish speakers. Unless they fancy playing silly games and over charging that is...taxis do linger and wait for people at the bus station. Ask the taxi driver for a card with phone number just in case the passenger likes the service?

Re: Portillo Aeropuerto Bus

by daarth

Thanks, I'll check those coordinates on my other machine. I seem to remember it somewhere near that big McDonalds place by the Autopisto?
I have the portillo www, but I do think they go more often in July and August.
Very good idea to ask for the card! Thanks!

Travel Tips for Marbella


by LoriPori

One of my favourite things to do, is to look up at the many BEAUTIFUL BALCONIES spread throughout the Old Town of Marbella. You are sure to see colorful potted flowers and ornate iron railings. They sure add to the charm of the Old Town. One of the extra photos features a Dog looking through the balcony. How cute is that!


by LoriPori

The ERMITA DE SANTIAGO or Santiago Chapel is the most ancient religious construction in the city, dating back to the 15th century, after the conquest of Marbella. It is a simple building as it has one sole room and is the headquarters of the Santisimo Cristo Del Amor, Maria Santisima de la Caridad and San Juan Evangelista Brotherhoods.
Located in the the Plaza de Los Oranjes.

Welcome At Hotel's Pier

by RoyJava

The Marbella Club Hotel and its Golf Resort & Spa are a small paradise - with 320 days of sunshine per year it deserves its name. It's free to enjoy its own tropical garden, and you have to pay for its own access to the beach. To enjoy the shiny sand which is from Cadiz. Ofcourse known as a jet set hot spot you can even arrive in your own boat at the Hotel’s Pier, just pay the money.

Well, that was fun! Making fashion pics at the Hotel's Pier, and the dry mountains in the background, without any permission-ticket. Going anywhere around the hotel really felt as a privilege, though that was the very reason the door stayed closed to a lot of fashion crews, we heard ...

Chicking flights information of Malaga Airport

by Carmela71

You can check the predicted arrival and departure times of planes flying into and out of Málaga airport by using this link to the official Spanish airlines agency.

The page in English should be ready soon.

Michelin Quality Italian

by SabrinaSummerville about Zafferano

I stumbled upon Zafferano entirely by accident, and I will count it as one of those serendipitous happenings that enabled me to find one of my favourite Italian restaurants in the world!! It's tucked away on the corner of one of those quaint cobbled streets where you reach out your arms and touch the walls at either side.

Inside, the premises opens out into a glamorous Italianite bar and reception area complete with Roman columns.

The restaurant area is upstairs and is styled in delicate pastel shades - completely comforting and relaxed, cool on a hot summers night.

The waiters were charming and efficient, presenting menus and leaving us with cool drinks. I opted for the tasting menu. I find this is usually a great idea when visiting a superb restaurant for the first time. It's also ideal if you want to order every single thing on the a la carte and can't bear to choose just two plates.


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