Ronda Bus Station
Ronda bus station has left luggage storage lockers. You can see Nina and Julia recently visiting Ronda from Berlin for a few hours. The girls couldn’t fit all their luggage into a locker so as a result they left their rucksacks in the bus station office. First get your tokens for the left luggage lockers from the little kiosk selling sweets, souvenirs and and newspapers just inside the entrance to the bus station.
Before you leave the Costa del Sol, the last stop before heading inland is San Pedro de Alcántara. When the bus pulls into Ronda, it only stays long enough to let passengers on and off. There may just be enough time to grab a quick coffee to take away from the cafeteria at the station or pop to the loo. Remember to tell the driver where you are going!
Does the bus to Sevilla stop at Ronda bus station?
Yes absolutely. But just long enough to let passengers on and off the bus. See above. The bus station is a vital intermediate point for buses to and from the Costa del Sol. Ronda connects all points on the Costa del Sol with Sevilla and destinations right through to Portugal. The bus service which operates the inland bus routes in and out of Ronda is the Los Amarillos bus company. Los Amarillos means “The Yellow Ones” and this is the colour of the buses in this fleet. The Portillo bus company alternates with the Amarillo bus company on routes from the Costa del Sol to Sevilla and you might travel on a Portillo bus or an Amarillo bus depending on your time of travel. Finally, after leaving Ronda, you will pull into the Prado de San Sebastian bus station in Sevilla.
Buses from Fuengirola and Marbella will pass through Ronda on their way to Sevilla. Travelling by bus from Malaga city, your route will take you inland and not along the coast before turning north. The coast to Ronda is one of the top routes from the Costa del Sol to Sevilla. Book it on the Gomarbella online bus reservation system in advance.
Why not break your journey in Ronda and explore for a couple or hours, taking the following bus to Sevilla? The legendary El Tajo gorge seen in the picture above is only 10 minutes walk away. Step out of the Ronda bus station and you’re in the middle of restaurants, cafeterias and historic monuments. Ronda Information office is only eight short blocks away and Ronda train station is only four blocks from the bus station.
Ronda Bus Station Address
Plaza Concepcion Garcia Redondo 2
Ronda Bus Station Telephone Numbers
+ 34 952 872 260 and + 34 952 872 262
Got a whole day to spare in Ronda? How about a day trip down to Algeciras on the Atlantic Coast? Ronda train station is just a few blocks from the bus station and the train journey from Ronda to Algeciras only takes an hour and a half. It’s a memorable journey and do check out my suggestion for a surprise lunch stop!