Emergency numbers in Spain
Inland Malaga consists of many towns and villages. We have put together a short guide to provide you with some useful information and emergency numbers in Spain
Most Inland towns enjoy a traditional Spanish lifestyle with most businesses closing for siesta at 2 o’clock and reopening around 4.30-‐5 o’clock in the afternoon.
Saturday all large Supermarkets are open all day, however, all other shops, banks, Post office will close around 1.30 to 2 o’clock. (for Saturday post office hours always best to check with the local office in each town or village as they tend to be different).
Useful Contact Numbers All emergencies in Spain – call 112 no area code is needed. You can also reach 112, even on a mobile without a Spanish Sim Card. Ambulance and health emergencies call 061 or 112
Fire brigade (cuerpo de bomberos) Call 080 or 112
Local police (policia municipal) call 092
The municipal police cover their local town or city areas for traffic offences and control, lost property and crimes such as theft and neighborhood disputes Civil Guard (guardía civil) 062 This is a military force that operates mostly in rural areas and is responsible for drug offences, fatal car accidents, robberies and murders.
National Spanish police (policía Nacional) Call 091 or visit www.policia.es and contact department online. You can also find them on Twitter @policia
Tourist helpline and emergency number 902 102 112 (in English, French, German and Italian)
Citizen Advice Bureau – www.citizensadvice.org.es -‐ Emergencies 615 814 264
Emergency Doctor – 1003 (if you need a doctor in a non-urgent situation, but cant contact your doctor, you can call 1003 to find a doctor or call your local police for a reference.
Local information – call 010
Lost or Stolen card – Credit card cancellations in Spain
American Express -‐ 902 375 637 – 900 814 500
(foreigners) 0034 914 004 250
Master card – 900 971 231 (toll-free in Spain)
Visa – 900 991 124