Earlier this month, Nerja Town Hall announced that it had signed an agreement with a local bus company that will see those over 65 and children under 12 ride for free. The free bus travel for individual citizens is just part of a series of investments designed to help Nerja and its residents recover from the COVID-19 state of emergency.
Local company creates a mini-shuttle to reduce pollution on the cliffs
Local sea kayak company Maro-Kayak Nerja is now offering its customers a free shuttle bus service from Nerja to Maro beach. The new courtesy shuttle alleviates the need for customers trying to find a place to park while also helping to reduce pollution in one of the area’s most beautiful natural settings. The Nerja to Maro beach shuttle starts …
Free shuttle bus for the Maro Feria
This year, for the very first time, there will be a free shuttle bus service between Nerja and Maro for the upcoming feria in Maro.
Very good, excrement
An interesting idea in today’s Daily Express. All Aboard! Britain’s first bus powered by human waste. Some of the comments are quite good too.
Parents of students in Maro express concern about change of bus route
Parents of students in Maro who attend colleges in Nerja have been expressing their concern at a decision taken regarding the bus service which means that the pupils are no longer dropped off in the centre of Maro but on the main road by the Nerja Caves.
Bus driver involved in accident tested positive for cocaine
A bus driver from the municipal transport company in Sevilla (Tussam) who was involved in an accident on Thursday morning tested positive for cocaine.
Tour bus crushes parked cars at the Nerja Caves
A tour bus, having just set down tourists at the Nerja Caves, then proceeded to knock down several trees and a pergola before crushing two cars and damaging a third.
Minor in critical condition after travelling from Morocco on the underside of a bus
A minor, believed to be aged between 12 and 14 tears, is in a critical condition in the ICU at the Hospital Clínico in Málaga after travelling from Morocco on the underside of a bus.
Bus to Frigiliana…
People often ask about walking to Frigiliana along the main roads, so this video of the bus journey to Frigiliana might be of help as regards terrain etc. It is quite a long walk, around 8 kilometres from centre to centre, and quite up and down. In summer you will definitely need to carry water and, during the heat of …
Fatal accident in Puerto Banus
A man in his forties died i the early hours of this morning after being hit by a bus on the A-7 in Puerto Banus, Málaga province.