Spain. Getting to Malaga Costa del Sol Airport
updated almost 2 years ago
Situated only 8 kilometres from Malaga, Costa del Sol airport shares excellent connections to the whole Costa del Sol in Spain and handles mainly traffic from the EU and UK (their main source of passengers). A vast offer of transportation means from this airport with trains starting at $2, buses for $3.25. start at $21.
Airport IATA Code: AGP
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Getting to Malaga Costa del Sol Airport
The Frugal Option, Malaga's Train and Bus Network.
Malaga Airport offers a suburban train line that connects it to key locations such as Malaga city centre, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, and Benalmadena. With a 10 minute ride to Torremolinos and 12 minutes to Malaga city centre and a $2 fare, it's probably the fastest and most cost-effective way to get to your destination Buses and Intercity buses are also available at an economy rate. $3.25 for city buses. is the name of the company that connects the airport with the bus terminal. Long distance coaches (provided by and also by ) to Algeciras and the Cadiz province, Motril, Seville and Granada are also available with departures from the airport.
The Speedy Option, Malaga's Train Network.
Malaga Airport offers a suburban train line serviced by the spaniard company that connects it to key locations such as Malaga city centre, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, and Benalmadena. With a 10 minute ride to Torremolinos and 12 minutes to Malaga city centre and a $2 fare, it's probably the fastest and most cost-effective way to get to your destination.
Common Destinations from Malaga Costa del Sol Airport (and how to get there...)
Malaga: A Express Airport (Line 75) connects the city centre with the airport in just 15 minutes. Single ticket costs €3. Find a Ride with .
Marbella: connects the airport with the bus station in Marbella. Find a Ride with . Our local partners, Málaga Taxi Online and Transfer Costa del Sol, offer services starting at $70.
Estepona: connects the airport to the town of Estepona. Find a Ride with . Our local partners, Málaga Taxi Online and KiwiTaxi, offer services starting at $70.
Nerja: connects the airport to the town of Nerja. Find a Ride with .
Torremolinos: Line C1 of suburban trains connects terminal T3 of Málaga airport with Torremolinos. Single ticket costs 1.80€. Find a Ride with . Our local partners, Bola Taxi and My Transfers, offer services starting at $68.
Algeciras: connects the airport with the cites of Algeciras and La Línea de la Concepción in Cádiz province. Find a Ride with . Our local partners, Bola Taxi and KiwiTaxi, offer services starting at $164.
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Why are Rideshare & TaxiApps Not Available at AGP? Rideshare and TaxiApps are not available in the majority of Spanish cities as local regularion prohibits their activity.
Malaga Airport Key Information
Málaga-Costa del Sol airport serves over 19 million passengers per year and it's the third in the Iberian peninsula. It is one of the oldest Spanish airports as well as the first flagship airport for Spain (founded in 1919). Expanded radically in the 60s to allow higher caliber aircrafts and more traffic with the creation of their parallel taxiway and adding a new passenger terminal for both domestic and international flights. With the ability to handle 20 million passengers per year, this airport has operated 145 thousand flights in its centennial year 2019.
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Malaga Costa del Sol Airport Terminal Maps
Terminal T1 at Malaga Costa del Sol Airport
What will you find here?
- Transport Offices and Car Hire
- Airline Offices and Baggage Check-in
- Departures and Arrivals Area
- VAT Refund Office
- Tourism Office, Information Desk, and VIP Services
- Information for Persons with Reduced Mobility
- Shops, Restaurants, and Cafeterias
- Banking and Medical Services
- Business centre
General Aviation Terminal at Malaga Airport
Stores and Restaurants
In addition to Malaga's Duty Free shops, you'll find a curated selection of shops in varied categories such as Food (LOL Sweets, Petra Mora), Jewelry (Parfois, Tous, Swarovski), Fashion and Accessories (Adolfo Dominguez, Desigual, Parfois, Sunglass Hut, Superdry, Victoria's Secret), a tabaco counter and a pharmacy.
A selection of cafes, restaurants, and fast food joints, are available at Malaga's airport. Cafe shops include Costa Coffee, Carte d'Or, Caffe di Fiore, Soho Coffee Co, and Starbucks. For tapas and beer you can hit Dehesa Santa Maria or MasQMenos. Fast Food options include Burger King and Starbucks. The restaurant choice includes Flavours of the World, Jamie's Dely, Kirei by Kabuki, La Boutique and Olé Food Market.
AGP offers a vast array of parking options depending on your needs (General Parking, Long-Stay car park, First class parking, VIP Parking with valet service, Express VIP Car Park.). With 24hs service, security and surveillance for vehicles up to 2.10mts high on the closed building or 3.5mts on the open air parking. Parking can be booked in advance through their website for stays of a minimum of 8 hours with a discount if booked in advance.
Malaga's airport counts with one highly commended lounge from the Priority Pass programme. Located in the second floor boarding area (P2). Access is $38 for adults and $18 for children. You can contact them by phone at 00 34 952 048 854 / 00 34 952 074 675 or email for general questions and reservations.
As most airports after 9/11, AGP does not allow baggage storage in the premises.
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