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Trains, Planes And Automobiles

As our clients come from all over the globe with different arrival points we try and make the tour start and end points easily accessible by using international airports, bus, and train stations.

Some of our guided tours include pickups and drop offs to and from the nearest transport hubs. Don´t hesitate to ask if you have specific questions about travelling from abroad or big city destinations like London, Lisbon, Madrid or Barcelona to tour starts.

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Home & Away

Pack your bags and come with us!

Getting Here to Spain, Portugal or England has never been easier or cheaper with a choice of no- frills flights to all our tour starting locations. We organise all transfers to and from the arrival and departure points, and can advise you on any travel arrangements whether coming from North America, UK & Ireland, or elsewhere in the world.

Cycling around Alhama de Granada

To: Alhama de Granada!

Tours starting there: Quiet Paths/ Lakes, Mountains and Sea / Alhama Training /

There are a couple of different ways to get to Alhama which is actually a small town.

You could fly from Madrid to Granada, take a taxi/or local bus into Granada bus station and then get a bus to Alhama (there are 3 a day). We do airport pickups in Granada for 55 Euros (Granada airport to Alhama) www.iberia.com is the website for internal flights to Granada.

You can take a bus from Madrid to Granada and then on to Alhama (very long trip but economical and comfortable coaches – about a 7 hour trip though) – see www.alsa.es for bus schedules, etc.

“I assume we could take a train from Madrid to Alhama, do you know how much that costs?” Sorry there isn't a train connection. There is a train station in Loja-San Francisco (which is our closest point about 30km away and we do pickups there for 35 Euros). Again, please see the train website, www.renfe.com but there is 1 train a day from Madrid to Loja leaving at 17:05, going via Cordoba and Antequera and stopping at Loja at 20:56 (end destination is Granada with arrival at 21:37). The cost per person is 68 Euros and the trip to Loja from Madrid is 3 hours and 51 minutes.

You can also go back to Madrid from Loja (again 1 train a day) leaving at 9:47 and arriving in Madrid at 13:35.

Here is the web link to this information: http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/index.html

From Malaga: for coastal journeys inland see the coach company, www.Alsa.es for schedules, those coming from Malaga might go either via Granada or the coastal town of Torre del Mar.

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To: GRANADA - Spain!

Tours starting there: White Villages of Al-Andalus / Granada to Sevilla /

Granada is accessed by train, plane, bus , rental car and I´ve even seen it done on donkey!

Carriers flying into Granada are

There are no UK flights into Granada at this moment.

“I´m flying into Malaga, how do I get to Granada?” Take the airport bus into the main station in Malaga and there are several buses, almost hourly going to Granada for a about 11 Euros (2 hours) – see www.Alsa.es for schedules.

To: SEVILLA - Spain!

Tours starting there: Enchanted Andalucía/ Moorish Andalucía / Olive Trails

Several carriers from Europe hubs like Frankfurt, London, etc and from Madrid fly into Sevilla Airport

They are:

AIRPORT – SEVILLA: What is the best transport method from the airport? There is a local bus (www.tussam.es) accessing the airport to take you downtown (30 minutes costing about 2.40Euros) or taxi (cost about 25- 30 Euros) is possible as well.

 

To: MALAGA - Spain!

Tours starting there: Signature Climbs - The South/

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This is a great flight centre with international and domestic flights coming in every day. However, there are very few direct flights from the USA and Canada, and many of these are only during the summer months.

Some carriers accessing the city:

The option for those from the USA, Can, Australia is to fly to Madrid directly and then take the AVE high speed train to Malaga – see www.Renfe.com for timetables and prices

 

To: Lisbon - Portugal!

Tours starting there: Romantic Alentejo / TransIberian /

Many carriers from Europe hubs like Frankfurt, London, etc and from Madrid fly into Sevilla Airport

Cycling in Andalucia in April

They are:

To: Orleans - France!

Tours starting there: Jewels of the Loire /

Those travelling from Paris on this day might like to look at the Direct TGV from Paris to Orléans leaving Paris Train Station. Please see the train company website of www.TGV.com for details and online booking. There are trains earlier although some are not direct but generally journey time is 1 hour.  There are also trains from Charles De Gaulle Airport (with changes)

 

From: Granada - Spain!

Tours ending here: Quiet Paths / Enchanted Andalucia / Moorish Andalucía / Rustic & Royal Routes

“We're trying to figure out the best way getting back to Madrid from Granada. Is taking bus a good option?” Yes, it is economical, reliable and is comfortable (5 hours) – see www.alsa.es for ticket information. Buses go to Madrid frequently during the day. The Train is also very convenient and goes through the day to Madrid and parts of Spain– see www.Renfe.com for schedule info and prices

As well flights leave from Granada-Jaén airport several times a day to both Madrid (www.iberia.com) or Barcelona (as well as Paris, (www.Vueling.com).

Leaving From: Ronda - Spain!

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“We fly back from Malaga, how do we get there from Ronda” You have a couple options, the train, bus or hiring a private taxi.

There is a train at 16:55 arriving at Malaga train station at 18:47 (1 hour 52 min – price 14 Euros per person) – see www.renfe.com for more information.

The train and bus station is easily accessible and on your last day into Ronda you pass both of them coming into town. The Ronda bus station, is only 4 blocks along the Avenida de Andalucia from the Ronda Train Station. The bus service which operates the main bus routes in and out of Ronda is the Los Amarillos bus company(www.losamarillos.es) Los Amarillos means "The Yellow Ones" and this is the colour of the buses in this fleet. Roughly they run quite regularly to Malaga, 08.00, 09.00, 10.00, 13.00, 16.00, 17.00, 18.00, 19.45. but I would always check at the bus station on online before counting on these times. Timetables can change very quickly here!

By taxi, please contact us for prices for this 2 hour ride which we can organize for you.

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