Casares Transportation

  • The ME-8300 to Casares
    The ME-8300 to Casares
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  • The A-377 to Gaucín
    The A-377 to Gaucín
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  • The A-377 towards the coast
    The A-377 towards the coast
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    Winding roads

    by daarth Written Jul 30, 2008

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    The ME-8300 to Casares
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    The drive to Casares might be winding, but the road is good and it's not a difficult drive. The trip is can be combined with a visit to Gaucín. A nice roundtrip is going up the MA-8300 just west of Estepona, then after Casares continue on the A-377 up to Gaucín. Return on that same road, but then continue on it all the way down to the coast.

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    Driving

    by lina112 Updated Oct 20, 2007

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    The best way to reach Casares is driving, there are not many bus services. If you are driving from Malaga take the A7 or N 340 and when you arrive to Estepona take the way out who sing Casares and follow the sings to Casares. You can take the toll road too.

    La mejor opción para llegar a Casares es en coche, no hay muchos servicios de autobus y si lo hay son desde Estepona. Si conduces desde Málaga tienes que ir por la A7 o AP-7 ( de peaje ) hasta Estepona y desde allí tienes que tomar el desvio que señala hacia Casares. Desde Estepona son unos 10 km o menos lleno eso si de curvas y unas vistas preciosas de la montaña.

    Aproximate driving time to local places:

    Malaga: 1 hour 15 minutes.
    Alhaurin de la Torre: 1 hour 20 minutes.
    Marbella: 35 minutes.
    Estepona: 15 minutes.
    Sotogrande: 25 minutes.
    Gibraltar: 40 minutes.
    Algeciras: 50 minutes.
    Ronda: 60 minutes

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    Transport is a bit difficult

    by Ekaterinburg Written Apr 22, 2007

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    The square next to the castle at Casares

    Getting to Casares can be difficult if you don't have your own transport. In the Rough Guide to Andalucia I had read details of a four-times-a-day bus service between Estepona and Casares and hoped to avail of this. At the tourist office in la Duquesa where I was staying, I was told that this service travels via Sabinillas, the next town to Duquesa. This was great news indeed so we duly took ourselves off to the bus stop at Sabinillas and waited ..... and waited .. and waited. No bus arrived so we ended up taking a taxi both ways. The cost from Sabinillas to Casares worked out at EUR 25 each way including tip. This was quite expensive but I would have to say it was worth it. I didn't get time before leaving to re-check on the bus situation so my advice would be to get the people at the tourist office to check the timetables while you are actually standing there, to make sure they give you up-to-date information.

    The photo I'm including is yet another one of Casares, to remind you ( again) why it's worth taking the trouble to go up there. I'm sure you don't want to see a photo of a taxi !

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    Driving to Casares

    by Svitata Written Jan 2, 2003

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    My friends and I rented to drive around in Spain so we drove from Ronda to Casares. It's about an hour's drive through scenic mountain roads. There's a small parking lot in the middle of the town, where there's a look out point and some restaurants and souvenir shops.

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