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The #30 bus service performs an elongated loop (the complete loop takes 1 hour but the service is half hourly on weekday daytimes) spanning both the most easterly and westerly areas of the resort. It's a pleasant journey to 'do' the loop and a 1€40 fare seems to cover most (if not all?) journeys. You can, however, get off at one of the extremes (or any point on the way) and enjoy walking the very pleasant maritime promenade back to the centre.
The 161 (sometimes called the 61 or 261 -see timetable) provides a 5€50 pp link to the airport.