Cheap tickets to Malaga

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Last minute flights to Malaga

Departure Wed, 06 Dec Return Wed, 20 Dec
DUB Dublin
AGP Malaga
return from 43€
Departure Wed, 13 Dec Return Sun, 17 Dec
CRL Brussels
AGP Malaga
return from 31€
Departure Wed, 29 Nov Return Wed, 13 Dec
ORK Cork
AGP Malaga
return from 51€
Departure Thu, 30 Nov Return Wed, 13 Dec
BCN Barcelona
AGP Malaga
return from 17€
Popular flight routes to Malaga
Dublin - Malaga
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Brussels - Malaga
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Cork - Malaga
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Barcelona - Malaga
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London - Malaga
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Belfast - Malaga
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Malaga holidays

Malaga sights and attractions

The sunny Mediterranean city of Malaga, in Spain's vibrant southern region of Andalusia, is an ideal destination for a carefree vacation. Birthplace of Picasso, it offers an array of fascinating cultural attractions, including a dedicated museum displaying some of the master's finest works. At the city's core, a network of ancient streets and historic monuments lead to shaded plazas that are the focal point of local meet ups. Boasting year round sunshine, the city is also close to some of the Costa del Sol's finest beaches and the glamorous port of Puerto Banus, a once quiet village turned gleaming marina speckled with shiny new leisure boats, fine dining restaurants, and lively bars.

What to do in Malaga

A getaway in Marbella can range from long sunny days at the beach and soaking up local culture to visiting ancient landmarks and discovering Moorish fortresses. Foodies want for delight as the city is awash with eateries offering creative and local cuisine, while a myriad of malls, boutiques, and bustling markets create a paradise for shoppers.

During your stay in Malaga, be sure to:

  • Get up close to some of Picasso's finest works at the Picasso Museum
  • Marvel at the elaborate carvings of La Alcazaba, one of the best-preserved Moorish fortresses in Spain
  • See 20th-century art at the Pompidou centre, an avant-garde box-like glass structure in the port of Malaga
  • Climb up to the 10th century Castillo de Gibralfaro for sweeping views of the coastline
  • Sip a coffee in Plaza de la Merced, a prime people watching spot and one of Malaga's top meeting places
  • Watch the sunset from Playa-Balneario Nuestra Señora del Carmen
  • Start the day with a chocolate con churros
  • Hit the night spots around Plaza de la Constitución and Plaza de la Merced
  • Rent a bike and explore the city's main landmarks at your leisure
  • Take a Malaga tapas walking tour and learn about Malaga's gastronomy

Airports in Malaga

Passengers flying to Malaga will land at Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport. It is the gateway to both the city of Malaga and the Costa del Sol region, and one of Spain's busiest airports.

  • Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport

    Top Carriers

    You can book cheap flights to Malaga with the following airlines: Ryanair, easyJet and Vueling.


    Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport is situated approximately 5 miles from the city centre.


    There are several bus services that connect the airport to the city centre as well as a range of destinations in the area. A train line from Terminal 4 also links the airport with the city centre and a variety of other regional destinations. A number of car rental agencies operate from the airport and taxis can be picked up outside the arrivals area of Terminal 3.

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