Torremolinos Transportation

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    Train arriving at Torremolinos station
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    By Train

    by keeweechic Written Aug 5, 2009

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    Trains travel from Malaga’s main train station on a regular basis. There are also trains running from the airport between the hours of 6.15am and 10.43pm. You can also take a 3 hour train ride from Madrid.

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    By Air

    by keeweechic Written Aug 5, 2009

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    If travelling by air you will most likely fly into Malaga Airport which is only around 7kms for Torremolinos. The airport supports flights internally from Spain as well as around all of Europe. Taxi’s can then take you from Malaga’s airport to your hotel in Torremolinos. The rate is fixed with an airport surcharge. There are also hotel shuttle buses operating.

    Torremolinos has a small airport but this is used mainly for charter flights.

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    MALAGA TO FUENGIROLA TRAIN LINE

    by LoriPori Updated Apr 24, 2008

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    Entrance to Torremolinos Train Station
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    While there is a mainline train station in Malaga connecting with the major Spanish cities, it is the local line that most people are interested in. This runs from Malaga to Fuengirola and has stops at all the main tourist areas. The carriages are clean and spacious and the next stop is always shown in lights above every door making them easy to use for visitors.
    Examples of prices are as follows:
    Hans took the train one way from Torremolinos to the Airport 1,05 Euro
    We took the train to the Fuengirola Flea Market - Torremolinos to Los Boliches return 1.70 Euro
    We took the train to Fuengirola to meet Carmen & Stace one way 1.30 Euro
    Tip: If you plan to go both ways ask for returno, which is cheaper and you don't have to get in line again.

    CERCANIAS MALAGA
    Lines - There are two lines:

    C-1 (along Costa del Sol)
    Centro-Alameda
    Málaga railway station (Renfe)
    San Andrés
    Guadalhorce
    Terminal Carga
    Aeropuerto
    San Julián
    Plaza Mayor
    Los Álamos
    La Colina
    Torremolinos
    Montemar-Alto
    El Pinillo
    Benalmádena-Arroyo de la Miel
    Torremuelle
    Carvajal
    Torreblanca
    Los Boliches
    Fuengirola
    C-2
    Málaga railway station (Renfe)
    Los Prados
    Campanillas
    Cártarna
    Aljaima
    Pizarra
    Alora

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    BRAVO CAR RENTAL

    by LoriPori Updated Mar 26, 2008

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    Ford Focus Diesel
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    We usually have no need to rent a car while in Torremolinos, as public transportation is so good. But this time, Hans wanted to take a drive up the northern coast to the Costa Blanca, and see the area where he once lived and worked forty years ago.
    We checked out a few car rental companies and decided upon the local Betica Travel, which arranges car rentals for you. We booked the cheapest car, a Ford Ka which was 97 Euros for three days, plus SCDW (insurance) of 5 Euros per day.
    As we wanted to leave early Tuesday morning, a young man from BRAVO CAR RENTAL came to the Hotel Lobby Monday night and delivered our car to us. We got an upgrade to a four-door Ford Focus Diesel - nice little car. They would pick it up Thursday night at our apartment. Great service.
    The car was excellent and had good mileage. We drove 1241 kilometres and it only cost us 70 Euros in diesel gas for the trip.

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    MOTO MERCADO

    by LoriPori Updated Mar 8, 2008

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    Moto Mercado
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    Not too far from our Apartamentos Bajondillo is located MOTO MERCADO which is an excellent place to rent a bicycle (bicicletas) or if you wish - motorbike.
    They are located at Plaza de las Comunidades Autonomas, at the corner of the Paseo Maritimo and Avda. Del Lido.
    They had a good selection of bikes and motorbikes / scooters / mopeds.
    All ages starting at 16 can rent and of course you need a valid driver's licence.
    Rental day is 24 hours and locks are supplied to you so you can keep it at your hotel overnight.
    Price per day - Precio por dia (as of February 2008)
    Bicycles - Bicicletas - Deposit 50 Euros 1 - 3 days 10 Euros 4 - 7 8 Euros 8+ - 6 Euros
    50 c.c. Peugeot Squab - Deposit 100 Euros 1 - 3 days 25 Euros 4 - 7 20 Euros 8+ - 18 Euros
    Other vehicles require a Credit Card as Deposit and range in price from 30 - 120 Euros per day.

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    WALKING IN TORREMOLINOS

    by LoriPori Updated Feb 17, 2008

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    178 Steps to uptown Torremolinos
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    For those that enjoy WALKING, Torremolinos has a wonderful promenade that runs along the beach for many kilometres. It is possible to walk from the eastern end of Benalmadena all the way through to the far east side of Torremolinos.. There is also no shortage of places to stop and rest, with many benches situated along the promenade and lots of cafe's and restaurants.
    Also every other day, I liked to go uptown Torremolinos. I actually counted the steps once and there were 178 steps. I usually take my time and rest if I get winded. Towards the end of our time there, I walked up the steps with no problems at all.
    I also walked to the grocery store and to the internet cafe'.

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    Intercity Bus

    by hquittner Written Oct 1, 2006

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    I did not try it but many other seniors staying extra weeks where we were told me that they had no difficulty going into Malaga and other place by the bus. It departs from the central plaza in the upper town. I put this in because no one has done so and these individuals were not adventurous travellers. I did not have time to get the details but our on site guides knew exactly how to do it.

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    Let the Train take the Strain

    by Geoff_Wright Written Mar 31, 2003

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    I've put this as using the train for getting AROUND Torremolinos, because the train link connects all the coastal towns between Fuengirola, in the West, to Malaga in the East. The trains run every half hour, and are clean and nice to travel in. Buy your ticket at the ticket office, either single or return. We thought the fares were very reasonable, for instance a return to Malaga is (Mar 2003) 1.65 Euros.

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    Train

    by lina112 Written May 16, 2005

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    Frecuently trains from Málaga train station and Málaga airport. It takes between 20 and 30 minutes. price from 1 euro.

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    Malaga Airport

    by benidormone Updated Mar 19, 2004

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    Malaga airport

    The fastest way to get to Torremolinos is to take a plane to Malaga airport. With the regional train it takes only about 15minutes to reach Torremolinos.

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