Catching the Plane & Train to Lazy Days in Spain
Flying to Spain is Very Easy & only 2 Hours
There are a good number of operators who fly from the UK to Spain. Costs can be really competitive with a very short flight time.
Some of the more popular Airlines are…
- British Airways
- Aer Lingus
Getting the Train
Spain’s system of public transport is one of the best in Europe with a super fast modern train system. In addition there are plenty of buses that connect villages in the country’s remotest corners. The trains are extremely efficient from the slow intercity regional trains some of the fastest on the planet with more routes being added to the network every year.
The video below shows how impressive clean and comfortable Spain’s high-speed trains are.
video courtesy of ShootingBox
Plane & Train ~ We can Collect you from the Train Station
At the end of the ramp join the N-334 toward Mollina.
Pass through the industrial area and take the first left turn about 640 meters from the off ramp.
Follow the main street to the Plaza Constitution.
Favouring the left is Calle Carreteros a one way street. Go to the bottom and turn right onto Calle Canada.
Continue along at the edge of the village bear right onto the short gravel road to the gates of Pueblo Fiesta, a distance of about 250 meters.