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How to get from Malaga Airport to Malaga City Centre

Get from the airport straight to your hotel door quickly and stress-free with a private taxi transfer from HolidayTaxis. Whether you’re travelling with your family, as a couple or alone, book a taxi, minibus or private coach for all your holiday transport. Private vehicles come with a Meet and Greet service, where you driver will be waiting at the airport, holding a sign.

Our speedy private transfers take only 25 minutes door to door, but if you’re looking for a budget option then our low cost shuttle bus transfer will get you to the city centre in 55 minutes.

Cost of a transfer to Malaga City Centre

  • Taxi price from £28.51
  • Shuttle price from £11.18
  • Minibus price from £48.07
  • Private coach hire price from £246.85

Things to do

Malaga is a city packed with attractions and sights to see. Some of the most popular include the Alcazaba fortress and Gibralfaro castle, two unmissable landmarks on the city’s skyline. The Picasso Museum is a must for any art-lover, showcasing the city’s most famous artist and many other works.

Malaga is a beach city, with several popular stretches of sand including Playa de la Malagueta. Most of the beaches offer activities from volleyball to windsurfing, as well as beach bars, restaurants and family-friendly areas with playgrounds.

Popular Restaurants

For the best tapas in town, head to Taberna Las Merchanas. This unusual bar is filled from floor to ceiling in traditional Spanish holy artifacts - and does great little plates of traditional food. Maricuchi is one of the most popular chiringuitos (beach bar) on the beach, known for its lively atmosphere, authentic food and reasonable prices. For breakfast, try Café de Estraperlo - they do excellent desserts too.


Malaga is a vibrant place to be at night, with the main action centred around Plaza de Uncibay and Plaza de la Merced. Nightclubs stay open until around 4am and there are a whole host of bars and cafes to suit your preferences. The well established Antigua Casa Guardia is a long-standing favourite for wine lovers, while ZZ Pub is a good choice for live music and a club atmosphere.

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September 12th, 2018

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