|Distance||352 miles (568 km)|
Buses from Ibiza to Málaga cover the 352 miles (568 km) long route. There are direct bus services available. Travelers depart most frequently from Ibiza, Aeroport d'Eivissa (Salidas) and arrive in Málaga, Puerto Málaga.
There are several travel options for the journey from Ibiza to Málaga. Buses on this route offer an unmatched adventure as the journey includes a picturesque ferry ride before travelers arrive at their destination. Combined with the ferry ride, travel from Ibiza to Málaga covers a total distance of about 395 miles (636 km). There are more than 10 daily scheduled ferries from Ibiza to Valencia and three to four daily bus departures from Valencia to Málaga.
The journey from Ibiza to Málaga takes an average travel time of 14 hours and 45 minutes and is dependent on traffic conditions. To begin this journey between the two cities, travelers have to take a four-hour ferry from the port of Ibiza to the port of Valencia. From here, commuters hop on a bus to Valencia city center which is three miles (4.8 km) away. The direct bus for the final leg departs from Valencia bus station and covers the rest of the journey to Málaga.
Typically, there are three daily buses that depart from Ibiza to Málaga. This makes a weekly average of about 20 trips. The first bus departs for Málaga at around 8:00 a.m. while the second one departs late in the evening. The last bus to Málaga begins this journey at midnight and travels overnight. The fastest bus on this route takes an average travel time of 10 hours and 45 minutes.
Departure bus station: Travelers shuttling between Ibiza and Málaga use multiple departure points. The first one is at the Port of Ibiza where a ferry takes them to the port of Valencia. From here, an hourly bus headed for Valencia bus station at the city center departs from the marina. Travelers are then required to board one of the three buses from the town of Valencia to Málaga. The Valencia bus station is well equipped with facilities to handle the various needs and make travelers' commutes comfortable. These include an ATM, coffee bar, fast food restaurant, washrooms, ticket sales kiosk, a furnished waiting lounge, and a paid parking lot. The Valencia bus station is within the city center, so day trips around Valencia are possible while waiting for your departure time.
Arrival bus station:Travelers alight at Málaga bus station, which sits 0.9 miles (1.4 km) from the city center. This distance is fairly short and can be covered on foot as travelers take in the narrow streets of the historic city. The bus station is conveniently located next to the Málaga train station, making it easy to make connections if you’re going out of the city. Among the facilities found at the Málaga bus station include a newspaper stand, cafeteria bar, youth center, souvenir shop, free internet, and package transport services.
Buses that serve the route between Ibiza and Málaga are operated by ALSA. Travelers are required to arrive at least 15 minutes before their scheduled bus departure time to board the bus, organize luggage, and get settled in a good time for the trip to commence.
There are three daily schedules for travelers to compare when using the bus on the Ibiza-Málaga route. These long-distance ALSA buses leave Valencia to Málaga at different times of the day. Travelers are advised to book their tickets in advance to ensure they travel on their preferred date and time. All buses on this route are direct connections between the two destinations. The fastest bus takes about 10 hours and 45 minutes to arrive at Málaga, while the slowest makes this trip at an average of 13 hours. Early morning buses on this route usually take the longest time to arrive at their destination, and evening buses are the fastest.
ALSA provides both first class and second class facilities, catering to a wide range of travelers. Second class buses by this operator offer free WiFi, washrooms, screens where you can catch up on your favorite entertainment shows on the road, and a footrest. They also have enough space between the seats to ensure maximum comfort throughout the journey. Their first-class buses, dubbed Supra, have the most luxurious road travel facilities. In addition to the regular services, the Supra fleet includes a hostess, catering, cafeteria, cold drinks, free newspapers, and magazines as well as headphones. These services are offered exclusively for first-class travelers.
There are a few bus stations in Ibiza to start your trip from including Ibiza, Aeroport d'Eivissa (Salidas), Ibiza, Aeroport d'Eivissa and Ibiza, PM-801 / Carrer de Felip Curtois i Valls (Renault). In Málaga you have a few bus station options to choose from for your arrival including Málaga, Puerto Málaga, Malaga, Estación de Autobuses and Málaga, Paseo de los Tilos.
Omio customers traveling this route depart most frequently from Ibiza, Aeroport d'Eivissa (Salidas) and arrive in Málaga, Puerto Málaga.
Passengers booking this journey most frequently board their buses from Ibiza, Aeroport d'Eivissa (Salidas) and need to travel around 4 miles (6.5 km) from the city center to get to this bus station.
Passengers arriving in Málaga most often arrive at Málaga, Puerto Málaga and need to travel around 1.6 miles (2.6 km) from this bus station to the city center.
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