Travelling to and around Málaga Province

July is the hottest month in Malaga with an average temperature of 25°C (77°F) and the coldest is January at 13°C (55°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 11 in July. Those figures disquise the fact that daytime temperatures do reach 31°C in July and August. The wettest month is November with an average of 101mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 24°C (75°F).

Travelling by Train

Station Information:
+34 912 432 343
Renfe:
+34 912 320 320
Renfe Online:
Passengers with Disabilities:
+34 912 140 505
Station Opening Times:
Daily 05:00 to 00:45 hrs
Tickets on Demand:
Daily 06:00 to 21:30 hrs
Tickets in Advance:
Daily 07:00 to 21:30 hrs
Ticket vending machines:
Daily: 07:00 to 23:00 hrs

Travelling by Bus

Bus Station Routes:
Buses travel to all major Spanish cities and France and Morocco.
Location
The bus station is next door to the train station on Paseo de los Tilos to the south west of the city centre.

Arriving and Departing by Plane

Airport Information:
902 404 704 / +34 952 048 838
Travel info
Malaga airport is 6km east from Malaga city centre. It has good connections to the coast by rail and bus.

Car Hire

About Car hire:
All the major rental firms have car hire offices at the airport.
Rental Terms and Conditions:
Remember, when hiring a car check the rental terms and conditions particularly those relating to insurance. Consider taking out personal car hire excess insurance - much cheaper than the super Collission Damage Waver offered by the car hire firms. insurance4carhire.com cover from £3.99 per day or £109.99 multi trip annual.

Airport Transfers

By Bus:
Taxi and Minibus Transfers:
The airport has a taxi rank in the arrivals area of the Terminal. These fares are approximate so check with the driver before you get in the taxi.
Tariffs - Approximate Rates:
Malaga city - 20 €
Fuengirola - 40 €
Marbella - 70 €
Mijas - 42 €
Estepona - 125 €

Sailings

Ferry and Port Information:
Tel: +34 952 125 013
About the Port:

Malaga has been a port for 3000 years. It is situated within minutes walking of rhe city centre. Cruise ships regularly stop here for passenger excursions. Many now use the port as a point of arrival and departure.
There is also a ferry to the Spanish island of Melilla.

Vueling

Book your Holiday



Booking.com

CONTACT Us

Send us a message

8 + 2 =

NEWSLETTER Subscription

Subscribe to our mailing list to receive our Newsletters

7 + 5 =