Malaga Airport is the most southern airport on the European continent and thus it enjoys the mild and subtropical Andalusian climate 300 days per year on average. The airport is situated only 8 km drive from the historical city centre of Malaga, the birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Picasso and 5 minutes drive from the nearest sandy beaches.
Through Malaga Airport there are daily connections to and from most EU countries including UK, Ireland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Greece, Austria and Portugal.
For the passengers maximum comfort, Malaga airport boosts with modern facilities such as restaurants, duty free shopping areas, parking at Malaga Airport, banking facilities, conference rooms, telephone and fax facilities, television lounge, self-service section and baby room.
These are some of the main "on airport" desk based airlines that you will find at Malaga Airport: Air Berlin, Ryanair, Air Europa, Air France, Braathens, British Airways, British Midlands, Condor, Crossair, Alitalia, Hapag Lloyd, Monarch Airlines, JMC, Easy Jet, Air 2000, Luxair, Iberia, LTU, Transavia.
Cruising on the N-340 coastal road in direction of Algeciras, you will soon reach destinations such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Mijas, Calahonda, Elviria, Marbella, Puerto Banus, San Pedro, Estepona, La Duquesa, Sotogrande and Gibraltar. To reach the mentioned destinations as quickly as posible, a good option is the toll road from Fuengirola and onwards.
Following the A-357 there is good and comfortable access to the Guadalhorce Valley and its many popular inland villages. Some of the most popular villages worthwhile a visit are Alhaurin el Grande, Alhaurin de la Torre, Coin and Cartama, just to mention a few.
Heading north on the N-340 National direction Torre Del Mar will take you to idyllic coastal places like Nerja, Almuñecar, Salobreña and Motril. Another popular "inland" option it the N-331 which will take you to historical towns such as Antequera with its more than 40 churches, or the enchanting Moorish city of Granada and its famous Alhambra in less than two hours.