Book bus tickets online with Gomarbella

Get your bus tickets online for your convenience from the Gomarbella online bus ticket reservation and payment system right here below. Your tickets willl be delivered to your email address immediately as a pdf which you can print off or show to the bus driver on your phone.

The Movelia bus ticket booking engine covers routes all over Spain including bus trips from Spain to Portugal and France.   Coming to Marbella the two most booked bus trips are from MALAGA BUS STATION TO MARBELLA (if you are arriving by train remember that Malaga bus station is right next to the Maria Zambrano train station)  and AEROPUERTO MALAGA TO MARBELLA the fantastic value shuttle bus which runs on the A7 toll road without stops.

Lots of holiday makers travel between the Algarve in the south of Portugal and Malaga and Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol in Spain using the very comfortable overnight or day travel bus which leaves Fuengirola, travels to Malaga, then on to the Plaza las Armas bus station in Sevilla before arriving at Faro bus station on the Algarve. The same bus then travels on to Lisbon.

Take the bus from Marbella bus station to La Linea bus station on the border with Gibraltar. Book both ways or else take my advice and get your return ticket when you arrive in Gibraltar. Some times the queues are long to get out of Gibraltar and you might not have time to get your ticket before your bus leaves.

Pilgrims on the Camino Francés which stretches all the way from Saint Jean Pied de Port in France to   Santiago de Compostela in the west of Spain use the Gomarbella bus booking facility to get to the start line. International travellers arriving at Madrid’s Barajas T4 airport will get on a bus at the airport’s bus terminal and get off at Pamplona bus station. From there it’s another bus trip to Saint Jean Pied de Port over the border.  All intermediate journeys along St Jame’s Way can be booked comfortably on Gomarbella. Walked the 790kms of the Camino? Get a bus comfortably back to Madrid bus station and then take the C1 train line back to Madrid’s Barajas airport.

Winter sports? Get on a bus heading for Granada. Pop your skis into the compartment below the bus called the ‘bodega.’ Take another bus from Granada bus station up the Sierra Nevada to the ski village.

The very popular route between Marbella bus station and Prado de San Sebastian bus station in Sevilla can now be booked online.  You get a brief stopover in Ronda, just enough time to go to the loo and get a coffee to take away. Sit on the left hand side of the bus as you go up to Ronda if you have a head for heights and want to enjoy the view!.

Take a bus trip to the historic city of Cadiz, you’ll travel along the coast to Algeciras bus station passing the Rock of Gibraltar on the left, over the straits to Tarifa and then heading on to Cadiz where the bus station is virtually in the heart of the old city.

The Movelia bus seat booking and reservation engine is easy to use, there’s a tab for National travel, International when you are leaving Spain and a Supra option when you would like to travel a little more comfortably on leather seats and be able to choose your seat. On some routes there is even a stewardess supplying catering and personalised assistance.