Hi, I hope to be staying, in October, in Antequera Spain and am wondering if there is public transport or a tour that goes to El Chorro, as I would love to visit but do not want to drive.
What is the best way to get from Antequera to Fuengirola by public transport please?
I have a friend coming to visit and she would like to visit Anteque. Is there a train or will it have to be by bus. It will be a two night stop-over
Has anyone a car route from Malaga airport to fuente de Piedra,we are worrying how to get on the right road from the airport the rest of the journey will not be so bad
Any help we would be grateful
We are travelling from Malaga Airport on 29th July to stay with friends in Fuenta Piedra and then on travelling on to Seville for 4 days wishing to return to Malaga airport for approx 1pm to catch 3.40p.m plane to UK.Could you advise times and prices for 2 x adults.I have ried various websites without luck so far.
I am going from Malaga to Granada and would like to spend half a day in Antequera.
What is the best way to do this, bearing in mind we will have luggage.
I have a simple question.
I would like to go from malaga to granada.
which is the best way?
I have seen if I go by train I have to stop in antequera at" maria zambrano station" and get the other train to granada from the "sta.ana. station"
how could i get from one train station to the other??
is there some buses?
I also have seen that actually is not so far...about 20 min. by car.
thanks a lot
Hoping to surprise my parents by visiting them in fuente de piedra near antequera in august. In need of some help with regards to getting from malaga airport to Antequera which i believe is the nearest station to Fuente de piedra. Will be arriving in Malaga on a Thursday at 11am. Many thanks Sally
Hi - I am getting married in Antequera in September and I want to find a good band who can play a variety of music - mostly english/american with maybe a few spanish numbers. I am not that fixed on a genre of music - would like soul, jazz, pop... I just want a band that will get people dancing! I would really appreciate any recommendations.
I am not traveling to Spain so I would like to ask if there is someone traveling to Antequera, or who lives there, who might be kind enough
to take a few photos of Calle de las Penuelas. My grandfather's birth
certificate states that he was born there. Unfortunately, there is no
address listed. My grandfather was born in 1876.
Thank you, Gloria
Does anyone know if Lobo Park is still open or has something happened to it ? I went to look at the website earlier (www.lobopark.com) & it just will not load. I hope everything is ok there as it's a wonderful place & i was planning going back again later this year. Many Thanks in advance, Darren.
Planning on stopping here for 2 nights. Is there anything that children (5,6 & 8) might find interesting? I have found some ideas that include visiting the Wolf "sanctuary", and eating lots of pasteries dipped in chocolate!
how to reach them arriving from malaga?
are far from the center?
which is the better?
my family and I would like to stay in Cabo de Gata, Almeria. There will be a real mix of ages from 17 to 50 and we are concerned that the girls, 17 & 18 have plenty to do. We understand there is lots for the older folk but actual recommendations would be apreciated.
Can anyone tell us about the public transport in the area? Is it realistic to go to Seville for a day trip, does anyone know how long it will take? As to night life in the area, music, food & bars - are they in easy reach?
We will be visiting around Christmas / New Year and would also like details of festivals and holiday celebrations.
Any advice gratefully received
Is their also a train from Antequera to Malaga?
I would like to find the easiest way to get from Antequera to Marbella. Cheap would be nice but not essential.
At the moment I believe I will have to take a bus to malaga and then change there to either another bus or a train. Also does anyone know of a useful web site that gives the bus and Train timetables. Cheers J
can you buy cookies direct from the nuns and have them shipped to the us do they have a web site?
Hi, all. I will be in Andalucia in September, and I'm trying to plan a daytrip between Granada and Sevilla (or Sevilla and Granada) that would include Gibraltar and either Antequera, Cadiz, Arcos de la Frontera, or Vejer de la Frontera. I am having trouble deciding - they all look so cool! :) Any suggestions? Antequera, Arcos, and Vejer interest me, because of their being Pueblos Blancos. In Antequera, I'm not too interested in El Torcal - however, I do think Pena de los enamorados (to look at it, not go there) is really neat. How does antequera compare with arcos and vejer? Which, in your opinion, has the best architecture and atmosphere? I hope my questions aren't too much of a bother! :) Any suggestions are much appreciated. Thanks in advance for all the help, Mike