Flights to Malaga

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Last minute flights to Malaga

Departure Tue, 13 Dec Return Thu, 15 Dec
STN London
AGP Malaga
return from £41
Departure Thu, 15 Dec Return Thu, 22 Dec
BHX Birmingham
AGP Malaga
return from £26
Departure Sat, 10 Dec Return Tue, 13 Dec
BRS Bristol
AGP Malaga
return from £28
Departure Mon, 12 Dec Return Mon, 19 Dec
LPL Liverpool
AGP Malaga
return from £24
Popular flight routes to Malaga
London - Malaga
return from £31
Birmingham - Malaga
return from £27
Bristol - Malaga
return from £30
Liverpool - Malaga
return from £29
Leeds Bradford - Malaga
return from £32
East Midlands - Malaga
return from £32

Trips to Malaga

Malaga travel

The city of Malaga is one of the oldest in the world boasting nearly 3,000 years of history. It was originally founded as a commercial centre by the Phoenicians. Later on, the city would be influenced by different cultures during the time of the Greeks, Romans, Visigoths, Moors and Byzantine. It also went through turbulent times, wars, battles and a dictatorship. Today, it is a major tourist destination in Spain renowned for its culture, history, architecture, modern buildings, chic restaurants and hip bars. Travellers on flights to Malaga know that a delightful experience is awaiting them at their destination.

Things to do and places to see in Malaga

Malaga offers many interesting things for visitors to experience, from its museums and theatres to restaurants and bars. In fact, travellers who arrange for trips to Malaga will struggle to cram everything into a few days. Stroll through beautiful gardens, enjoy a game, watch a performance or look at exhibitions. Enjoy exciting rides at theme parks and tour palaces; swing by its historic centre or hang out at the modern bars. You are guaranteed a great time when you visit Malaga whether you love the traditional or the modern.

When visiting Malaga, be sure to:

  • Explore the Moorish palace and citadel of Alcazaba of Malaga and savour stunning sea views
  • Chill out at the Costa del Sol beach
  • Check out the Picasso collection at the Museo Picasso Malaga
  • Stop by at the ancient Roman Theatre for a history of Roman life
  • Treat yourself and the family at Tivoli World which is a theme park
  • Catch a football game at the La Rosaleda Stadium
  • Admire the verdant scenery at the Jardines de Pedro Luis Alfonso
  • Tour the Sea Life Benalmadena with its exhibits of the ocean
  • Visit the Museo de Malaga and see fine art and archaeological collections
  • Swing by at the Guadalhorce River and see the swamp/reservoir
  • Tour Gibralfaro, a magnificent 10th century castle perched on a hill
Malaga

Malaga airports

There are many cheap flights to Malaga owing to it being a popular destination for holidaymakers. The city is served by the fourth busiest airport in Spain, the Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport. It is also the busiest in the Andalucia region. It features three terminals: T1, T2 and T3. The airport handles more than 14 million passengers flying to over 60 countries in a year. Approximately 20 flights within Spain and 100 flights across Europe fly in and out of the airport every day.

  • Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Airport Airport

    Top airlines

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

    Location

    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.

    Location

    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.