Look at the map of Sitio de Calahonda and you’ll see the A7 coast road between Marbella and Fuengirola with purple stickers showing the approximate situation of the three bus stops serving the Calahonda Urbanisation.
Travelling from Fuengirola to Calahonda you’ll get off on the Calahonda side of the road and leaving Calahonda to go back to Fuengirola bus station you’ll get on to the bus on the sea side of the road.
There are pedestrian overpass bridges for the first and last bus stops and an underpass for the middle bus stop.
I think this is the last blog I’ll do on the Calahonda bus stops which are some of the most used stops on the list of bus stops between Marbella bus station and Fuengirola. Getting to Calahonda from different points on the Costa del Sol has always been a popular topic but over the next couple of weeks I’ll centralise all the getting to Calahonda by bus information I’ve got here on this page and hopefully it will be sufficient for future travellers.
Update 15/06/2011: Did I say this would be the last post on Calahonda bus stops? Use the first stop (coming from Fuengirola) for Crown Resorts Club Marbella and the middle bus stop for Club Calahonda. Use the previous Rivera del Sol bus stop to get to the Crown Resorts Club Delta Mar, Club La Riviera and Club Caronte.
Thanks to the EUC Sitio de Calahonda Urbanisation offices for the map: Their contact details are; Calle Monteparaiso s/n Urb. Sitio de Calahonda, 29649 Mijas Costa, Málaga. Contact telephone: + 34 952 93 20 40 Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org