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Almería's Alcazaba
Almería's Alcazaba

Malaga - Almeria route

Travel by coach from Málaga to Almería with ALSA for a quick, comfortable and pleasant journey. Only ALSA offers you the chance to travel from Málaga to Almería by coach at the best rate guaranteed. And if you buy your tickets in advance at www.alsa.com you can avail of our cheapest deals.

Information on buses from Malaga to Almeria

Ticket price from: € 9.60
Frequency of buses: 8 daily
First bus leaves at: 08:00
Last bus leaves at: 19:00

Bus stations in Málaga and Almería

Coaches travelling from Málaga to Almería depart from the Estación de Autobuses de Málaga bus station, located on Paseo de los Tilos, s/n or from the Málaga Costa del Sol Airport - T3.

All stations are connected to the public transport network (metro and bus) and have public parking. Your journey will end at the Estación de Autobuses de Almería bus station, located on Plaza de la Estación, s/n.

What to see in Málaga

With excellent weather most of the year, the long beaches of Málaga invite you to spend your days filled with sun and entertainment. In the summer you can try lots of different water sports, and in the winter it’s perfect for taking a pleasant stroll. The streets of the city centre will surprise you with their beautiful architecture, especially the Cathedral, known affectionately as the one-armed lady due to its single tower. Beside Plaza de la Merced you will find the Picasso Museum, rightly located in the city where the painter was born. Málaga also offers a wide variety of events at its cinemas and theatres. And of course you won’t want to leave without first taking time to relax in the mild Mediterranean weather at one of the many terraces of the city’s top bars.

What to see in Almería

The main attractions in this city can be divided into two areas: the Old Quarter and the La Chanca district. One of the most frequented areas is Las Ramblas, which joins the city centre with the Port of Almería and the Almadrabillas beach, where you will also see some industrial architecture, such as the “English Cable”, which transported ore from the Alquife Mine to the railway station at the end of the 19th century. An important historical site is the Monumental Ensemble of the Alcazaba. Almería also boasts a wide range of cultural options, such as visits to the Art Museum or the Provincial Historical Archive. As a coastal city, Almería is known for its breathtaking beaches where visitors can enjoy the light and sun of the Mediterranean climate almost all year round.