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Málaga Airport, officially Málaga-Costa del Sol, (AGP) is five miles south-west of the city. There are no pick-up/dop-off points, but Express Parking is free for 15 minutes. There’s more to this region than sea, sangria and constant sunshine. From world-class golf to the Picasso Museum to hiking trails, the yachts of the super-rich in Puerto Banús, or pristine villages, this region offers something for everyone. Accommodation is diverse, encompassing everything from family-friendly apartments to five-star luxury at Gran Hotel Miramar. Get around with Málaga airport transfers from AirportCars.

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Some great hotels near Málaga Airport

Book a Málaga Airport transfer to or from a local hotel before flying:

  • Hilton Garden Inn Málaga is within 2.5 miles, meaning easy Málaga Airport transfers. Ranked ‘Very good’ by TripAdvisor and with four stars, it’s near amenities and has a pool and on-site eatery.
  • Hotel Molina Lario Málaga is 5.5 miles distant; be there within 15 minutes. With four stars and scored ‘Excellent’ on TripAdvisor, it’s a stylish venue near popular landmarks and has a restaurant and rooftop pool.
  • The Romerito Málaga is 2.3 miles away, making for super-swift airport transfers. Offering two-star, family-friendly affordability, there’s also a gym here. Reviewers rate it ‘Very good’.

Travelling on from Málaga to a different airport?

  • Seville Airport is 135 miles north-west; allow just over two hours for your Málaga Airport transfer
  • Granada’s Federico García Lorca Airport is 75 miles north-east; cover them within an hour 15 minutes
  • Gibraltar Airport lies 77 miles south-west – be there in under an hour and a half
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Towns to explore near Málaga Airport

  1. Torremolinos is just over four miles south, meaning Málaga Airport transfers take minutes. This Mediterranean coastal resort is known for sandy beaches like El Bajondillo and La Carihuela. Nightlife, shopping and dining are all superb. Additionally, you’ll find amusement parks, excellent golf and charming Andalusian villages like El Calvario.
  2. Marbella lies just over 30 miles south-west; cover them within 35 minutes. The Sierra Blanca mountains form the backdrop to miles of beaches and golf courses, while, west of town, there’s the Golden Mile of upscale nightclubs and luxury property. In Puerto Banús, you’ll find super-yachts, elegant boutiques and bars.
  3. Fuengirola is 14 miles south-west down the coast; be there in 15-20 minutes. The Moorish Sohail Castle towers over the beaches to the south – some wonderful markets and festivals are held here, too. The Paseo Maritimo, the ocean-view prom, connects the area’s top attractions.
  4. Málaga town is five miles or a 10 to 15-minute hop from the airport. The port city has two hilltop citadels, the Alcazaba and the ruined Gibralfaro, reminders of Moorish control. Don’t miss the cathedral, started in the 1500s, or the Roman theatre.
  5. Benalmádena lies south down the coast, within six miles or a 15-minute Málaga Airport transfer. There’s an old town, plus a castle-style monument to Christopher Columbus. Check out the Sea Life aquarium and the Tivoli World amusement park.
  6. Nerja is 42.5 miles east, or under an hour from the airport. This former fishing village, wedged between the Med and the mountains, has narrow streets of whitewashed houses. It also offers some of the region’s top beaches, and the famous Balcón de Europa, an elevated walkway with stunning sea views.
Great excursions from Málaga Airport
  1. Aqualand Torremolinos is less than five miles down the coast; arrive within 10 minutes by Málaga Airport transfer. Scarier rides include the 22m Kamikaze; but there are plenty of more relaxed attractions, from the jacuzzi to the wave machine and play area.
  2. The Picasso Museum lies seven miles or 20 minutes north of the airport, in the Palacio de Buenavista. The dozen permanent exhibition halls display classic works; there are also sketches, ceramics and Roman and Phoenician ruins in the basement. Picasso’s birthplace is steps away.
  3. Nerja Caves lie 44 miles east along the coast – arrive within an hour by Málaga Airport transfer. Take in rock formations including stalactites and stalagmites. There are three galleries, but only one is open to the public, so unfortunately you can’t see the site’s cave paintings.
  4. The La Concepción Botanic Gardens, 8.5 miles north, are reachable within 15 minutes. Formal gardens are combined with a tropical haven of palms, bamboo and exotic plants. Take a picnic to this lovely spot, dating from the 1800s.
  5. The Automobile Museum is less than four miles north, so Málaga Airport transfers take less than 15 minutes. Housed in a former tobacco factory, it showcases nearly 100 models, and charts the history of cars from the 1800s to now. The Rolls-Royces steal the show!
  6. Caminito del Rey (the King’s Path) is 38 miles away – allow an hour for the run from the airport. The nearly five-mile trail mountainside trail is not for the faint-hearted, but offers incredible vistas from the top of Huma peak, with caves and historic ruins to see en route.
More key details for Málaga Airport

As in all EU member states, Malaga Airport provides disabled assistance. You will be looked after whether you have limited mobility, sensory impairment or other disability. There are ramps and lifts, accessible loos, reserved seating and ‘Green Jacket’ staff to help, plus wheelchair facilities inside the terminals.

The ‘Sin Barreras’ (Without Barriers) programme offers assistance from arrival to take-off. Ask for this with 48 hours’ notice via your tour operator or airline or via Spanish airport operator Aena’s website.

Málaga Airport
Avenida Comandante García Morato s/n
29004 Málaga

Tel: (+34) 91 321 10 00