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Departure Tue, 03 Sep Return Thu, 12 Sep
STN London
AGP Malaga
return from £64
Departure Sat, 31 Aug Return Thu, 05 Sep
LGW London
AGP Malaga
return from £116
Departure Sun, 01 Sep Return Sun, 15 Sep
MAN Manchester
AGP Malaga
return from £87
Departure Sat, 07 Sep Return Sat, 14 Sep
BRS Bristol
AGP Malaga
return from £187
Popular flight routes to Granada
London - Malaga
return from £95
Berlin - Malaga
return from £292
Glasgow - Granada
return from £140
Doncaster - Malaga
return from £114
Prague - Malaga
return from £186
East Midlands - Malaga
return from £90

Trips to Granada

Granada travel

Granada is famous for its Spanish-Muslim art, Moorish/Morisco architecture, outdoor parks and gardens. The city was populated since 5500BC with traces of the presence of Romans and Visigoths. Its history is dominated by Arab sultans, Caliphs and powerful dynasties in the 800-year long Islamic rule until they were driven out of Spain by the Christians. Today, tourism plays a vital role in the economy of the city, in addition to primary industries and education. It is understandable why flights to Granada are increasing to transport holidaymakers who want to explore the attractions of the city and beyond. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Granada!

Things to do and places to see in Granada

The capital of Granada Province is a delightful travel destination boasting many points of interest that will suit the tastes of guests. Explore ruins, marvel at outstanding architecture or relive history at a museum. Head to the coast for a breath of sea air or hike in the beautiful mountains. Try the restaurants, bars and dance floors. Cheap flights to Granada will ensure that you have a holiday or trip that is memorable.

When visiting Granada, be sure to:

  • Tour the stunning Alhambra Complex with its palaces, gardens and fortress
  • Admire the gorgeous Palacio de Generalife, the summer residence of the Nasrid Emirs
  • Check out the elaborate burial place of Catholic kings, the Royal Chapel of Granada
  • Visit solemn monasteries and cloisters such as the Monasterio de San Geronimo
  • See the Museum of Alhambra
  • Marvel at the ornate Granada Cathedral
  • Book an excursion to the Sierra Nevada where you can hike, walk, ski or just enjoy the beauty of the mountain and its crisp air
  • Wander through the Renaissance-inspired Palace of Charles the V
  • Watch an authentic flamenco show and, maybe, learn a step or two
  • Go tapas bar hopping to taste sumptuous Granadian cuisine and mingle with the locals

Granada airports

Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Airport, or Granada Airport, is the principal airport in the city and province of Granada. The airport has a single terminal to cater to the needs of passengers on trips to Granada. It features modern amenities such as shops, eateries, cash machines, VIP lounges, parking and car rental. The airport handles mainly domestic flights and some international routes.

  • Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Airport Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers at Granada Airport are the following: Iberia, Vueling and Air Europa.


    Granada Airport is located 15km west of the city of Granada.

    Transport options

    Transfers from the airport to the city centre are possible using public buses that run regularly between the two points. Taxis and private transfer can also be arranged in addition to car hire available at the airport. Granada Airport is well-linked to the motorway and access roads A92 and A44.

  • Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers that operate flights in and out of Malaga Airport are the following Ryanair, easyJet and Norwegian Air Shuttle.


    The airport is roughly 8km from Malaga city.

    Transport options

    If driving from the airport to the city, take the MA-21 motorway or the MA-20. From Terminal 3, you can also catch a bus to go downtown (Line A Express Malaga Airport to Malaga City) and the journey will last 15 - 25 minutes. Alternatively, there is an underground train station (Cercanias) that will take you to Malaga city. Other means of transportation include taxis and private shuttles.

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