Getting around Andalusia by train

The railway is the form of transport that – in terms of units transported – generates the least external costs: five times less than the transport of freight by road, three times less than transport of passengers by road, two times less than civil aviation. In some industrialized countries such as Spain, the external costs of transport (those generated by the atmospheric temperature increase in winter, by atmospheric pollution, by the accident rate for certain forms of transport, by sound pollution, as well as other environmental effects and from congestion) reach nearly 10 per cent of the GDP.

In Spain, a traveller by train consumes between three and ten times less equivalent litres of petrol than travelling by car and 20 times less than travelling by air. Specifically: this traveller consumes less than 11 for every 100 km travelled.

The surface necessary to move one physical unit of transport by air is approximately 17 times greater than by train. Modern rolling stock is practically recycleable by 95 percent, extending its utility by almost 30 years. To transport 5 per cent of the total travellers and 4 per cent of freight, RENFE on its own consumes something less than one per cent of the energy consumed by transport in Spain.

In the provinces of Málaga and Cádiz there is an extensive network of local train routes, but none of our destinations have a RENFE station or halt. Even so, Cádiz, Huelva, Seville, Granada and Málaga have stations serving the following destinations and with the following telephone contacts offering information.

Málaga Station

Address: Explanada de la estación s/n Málaga
RENFE provincial rail information: 952 36 02 02
Station hours: 06:10-23:00
Left luggage office: 06:00-23:00
Bus services of EMT SAM: Líneas (lines) 1, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 16, 19, 24, 27
For more information and local train timetables, visit the RENFE website.
Regional stations in Málaga province: Airport, Aljaima, Alora, Benalmádena, Arroyo de Miel, Campanillas, Cartama, Carvajal, el Pinillo, Fuengirola, Guadalhorce, Colinalos, Los Alamos, Los Boliches, Los Prados, Montemar Alto, Málaga. For more detailed information on services, visit the RENFE website.

Cádiz Station
Plaza de Sevilla, 1
Provincial RENFE rail information:
Station hours: 05:30-23:30
Left luggage office: 06:00-23:00
Bus routes serving station: Lineas 1 and 5.
More information: visit the RENFE website
Regional stations in the province of Cádiz: Bahía Sur, Cádiz, Cortadura, El Portal, El Puerto de Santa María, Estadio, Jeréz de la Frontera, Las Aletas, Puerto Real, San Fernando, San Severanio, Segunda aguada, Universidad. More information: visit the RENFE website.

Huelva Station
Address: Avenida de Italia, s/n
Provincial RENFE rail information: 959 24 56 41
Station hours: 06:45-22:30
Bus routes serving station: Líneas 1, 3, 5, 6 and 9 Regional stations in the province of Huelva: Huelva, San Juan del Puerto, Nuebla, Villarrasa, La Palma del Condado, Escacena del Campo, Gibraleón, Calañas, Valdelamusa, Almonaster, Jabugo, Cumbres Mayores.

Granada Station
Address: Avenida de los Andaluces.
Provincial RENFE rail information: 958 27 12 72
Station hours: 06:30-23:10
Left luggage office: 06:30-23:10
Bus routes serving station: Líneas 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 and 33
Regional stations in the province of Granada: Iznalloz, Moreda, Benalúa de Guadix, Guadix, Tocón, Montefrío, Loja
If you need further information:
RENFE website: www.renfe.es
Information line: 902 24 02 02

One Response to Getting around Andalusia by train

  1. me guustaria ,me hiciera el favor de enviarme misma via , mapa e itinirarios del tren en toda españa ya que planeo un viaje de 25 dias en el pais españoly de ser posible los costos tambien .
    gracias de nuevo

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