Flying to Malaga


Find out everything you need when flying to Malaga and travelling onwards to Estepona…


It is easy to get to Estepona via Malaga! Indeed Malaga International Aiport is only 60 mins away from Estepona by car and is also supported by a railway line that will take you half way to your sunny destination. There are an abundance of flights to Malaga from the following UK aiports:


UK Airport flying to Malaga Airline flying to Malaga
Belfast Thomson, Jet2, Aer Lingus, EasyJet
Birmingham Thomson, Monarch, Ryanair, Norwegian
Blackpool Jet2
Bournemouth Ryanair
Bristol Thomson, EasyJet, Ryanair
Cardiff Thomson, Vueling, Iberia
Doncaster Thomson
Edinburgh Jet2, Ryanair, Norwegian
Exeter Flybe
Glasgow Thomson, Jet2, EasyJet, Ryanair
Humberside JetXtra
Leeds Thomson, Jet2, Ryanair
Liverpool EasyJet, Ryanair
London Heathrow TBC
Manchester Thomson, Jet2, EasyJet, Ryanair, Monarch
Newcastle Thomson, Jet2, EasyJet
Nottingham Thomson, Jet2, Ryanair
Southampton Flybe


Flight information correct as of November 2015.


Malaga Airport to Estepona by Train


The train station at Malaga Airport is easy to get to and will take you to Fuengirola (which is the end of the line as you head towards Estepona). Just head to the Terminal 3 arrivals area exit and the Malaga Airport train station is across the road. When in the airport, look out for “RENFE” train station signs (RENFE operates all trains in Spain).


Trains for Estepona (Fuengirola) leave every 20 minutes (as do trains heading in the other direction towards Malaga). The first train to Fuengirola leaves Malaga airport at 05.32, and Fuengirola trains continue to leave every 20 minutes until the last train at 23.42. If you fancy visiting Malaga before you head for Estepona, the first train to Malaga (city) leaves the airport at 06.44, and continue every 20 minutes until the last train at 00.54.


A ticket to Fuengirola costs around 3,55 € and the journey time is c. 35 mins.




Malaga Airport to Estepona by Taxi


Like the train station, the taxi rank is is also located outside the arrivals hall of Terminal 3. The taxis are easy to spot white vehicles which almost always have an orange “taxi” sign on the roof which is lit up when they are available to hire. The Spanish taxis run on a meter but still make sure you get a quote for your journey so there are no nasty surprises on arrival. There is also a board at the taxi rank which sets our the fares to the most popular destinations but charges vary depending on the time of day you are travelling and on Sundays and public holidays .

tto center of  Estepona, on the other hand, would cost 105 or 125€,