Valladolid bus station has a fairly central position in the city. The station has a few services: bathrooms, a small store selling pastries and drinks, ATMs, and outside there are city buses and taxis to get around Valladolid. To get the airport, you can take a special bus which coordinates with the times of Ryanair flights and leaves from the station two hours before departure. If you don't have luggage, you can get there later, but if you want to go by bus, then it's the only option. There are also long-distance buses available to take you across the country, and a map explaining the network of villages in the region of Valladolid.
The Girona Bus Station is located right across from the train station, so it's easy to travel around. The station has a beautiful structure, and offers standard services like restaurants, toilets, and shops. You can make domestic and international connections here, as well as urban and suburban routes.
Being situated on a peninsula, the seaside village of O Grove is more difficult to access by way of public transport than any other area of the Ria de Arosa. The village can only be accessed by the isthmus or by boat. The train does not go to the village and it is therefore only accessible by bus or car. The bus station is very centrally located between the waterfront and the port, just a few meters from the Town Hall and the village's famous seafood restaurants. Buses arrive from Santiago O Grove, Pontevedra and Vigo Villagarcía. The bus schedules can be checked online. Remember that bus schedules change in summer. Another option is to go by train to Villagarcia de Arosa and catch the bus from there.
Lloret de Mar is a city that has a major Spanish and European tourist flow. The bus station, which is strategically located within walking distance of both the majority of the hotels and the historic centre, offers regular commuter bus services linking Lloret to other cities in Catalonia and Spain, and some European cities. There are several national and international companies providing services, including Sarfa, Pujol and Mas.
Viveiro has train station and buses. The bus station is at the entrance of the town on the C-642, opposite the tourist info office. Next to the station is a shopping center. It is a big structure, in which there are: Waiting room, cafe and restaurant, toilets, telephones, lockers, luggage, and a shopping arcade in which, among other things, no travel agency and car rental. Outside there is parking, but usually crowded and difficult to park. Of Vivero buses depart and arrive: Ferrol, Santiago, Coruña, Lugo, Ribadeo, Madrid, Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country. The main lines are operating Alsa and Arriva.
The Ponferrada Bus Station is located at the beginning of the new housing estate La Rosaleda, very close to the financial center of the city (lower area). It has a large parking area for vehicles, and several bays for buses. It operates companies like Alsa (which, as well as other routes, links the capital of Bierzo with Leon many times each day), Aupsa, Linecar, Dainco, Pelines and González de la Riba. There are also short-haul routes to most locations in the region of Bierzo, and touring to Asturias, Madrid or the nearby Galicia, and even foreign countries like Belgium, Andorra and France. Automatic windows are available to buy your tickets, and you can relax in the bar-cafeteria, or buy something at a snack machine.
You'll find Marbella bus station in Avenida del Trapiche. When built it was a modern, functional building, although given the recent influx of tourism, it is now rather small and outdated for a city like Marbella. It used to stand at the end of Avenida Ricardo Soriano in the centre of Marbella, but there was too much congestion from the buses coming and going every day, so it was relocated a little bit away from the city centre.
The station has a fourteen platforms, a shopping area, restaurant, playground, supermarket and cafe, as well as a small waiting room. The Marbella - Malaga line has an express bus, which takes about 45 minutes and the fare is 6,90. Coaches link to the city center and Malaga, Torremolinos, Benalmdena Costa, Fuengirola Monda, Guaro, San Pedro Alcantara, Ronda, Estepona, Sabinillas, Guadiaro, San Roque, La Linea, Algeciras, Cadiz, Jerez, Sevilla, Gibraltar, Almeria, Granada, Córdoba, Madrid, Valencia, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Lisbon, Nice and Morocco.
The bus station in San Sebastian de la Gomera is located on the outskirts of the town, where the two main roads of the island meet, which head in the direction of Hermigua and Agulo, and one that goes to Playa Santiago and Valle Gran Rey. The island buses travel to almost every part of the island, and are very cheap. It is also very convenient, as when you get off the ferry that takes you to the port of San Sebastian, the bus station is only 10 minutes walk away. As a rule, the buses are coordinated with the ferry arrivals. The only thing that you have to worry about is that you get back in time, especially if you're hiking and you are coming back along another road than then one you came on. Crossing the island will not cost you more than 8 euros, less if you make frequent stops, up and down every time. There are more direct buses to Vallehermoso and Valle Gran Rey, and some that stop at every town. A small office can inform you.