Bus number 19 runs every 30 minutes between the airport and Malaga bus and railway station.
The journey time to Malaga takes about 20 minutes.
Taxis are available from the terminal forecourt outside Terminal 3.
The average fare to Torremolinos or Benalmadena is 20-30 Euros.
The average fare to Almeria is 500 Euros.
The average fare to Seville is 350 Euros.
The nearest railway station to the airport is just outside the main terminal - 10 minute walk.
Trains run from here to Malaga from 07.15 to 23.45.
The journey time takes about 12 minutes.
Trains run every 30 minutes to Fuengirola from 06.00 to 22.30.
The journey time takes about 30 minutes.
The N340 coastal road links the airport to Malaga.
The E15 motorway links the airport to the towns of the Costa del Sol.
Short and long term parking can be found close to the terminal.
Car parking can be found opposite the suburban railway station.
Car hire is available from the airport.
Flights to Malaga Airport
Flights to Malaga take you to the undisputed capital of the Costa del Sol. It's a city that brings you cultural, architectural and historical treasures at every turn.
Book a flight to Malaga, and you’ll soon see there’s much more to this place than its airport. Firstly, it’s set by the sea - so you’ve got little bays and beaches on the doorstep. And if you’ve packed the golf clubs, you’re in luck. This place has been dubbed the Costa del Golf thanks to its world-class courses. Turn inland, meanwhile, and in the historic heart of the city you’ll find the Baroque Cathedral and Picasso Museum. But it doesn’t stop there. Flights to Malaga put you in a great spot to head further afield, so you’re all set to explore resorts like Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella, Nerja and Torremolinos, too.