Malaga Airport Transfers
Malaga was the birthplace of Pablo Picasso but tourists flock to the city in their droves not as much for art history than for its Mediterranean climate and its proximity to the Costa del Sol. Whilst Malaga is worth a visit alone, Malaga airport is convenient for many great beach resorts. An airport taxi transfer from Malaga airport will quickly get you to the beach and soaking up the rays, so that you don’t waste any of your precious time away. Fill in the form below to obtain an on-line quotation for airport taxi transfers to your holiday resort, or read on to find out more about some of the great beach resorts within easy access of Malaga airport...
Heading west out of Malaga the first major beach resort you come across is the original Costa del Sol resort, Torremolinos. Originally developed for tourists back in the 1960s, Torremolinos is still extremely popular with holidaymakers and has a great deal to offer to the 21st-century traveller. Due to its proximity to Malaga airport, taxi transfers to Torremolinos are extremely cost-effective and the journey takes around 15 minutes.
Continuing west, Torremolinos’s less well-known neighbour Benalmadena is an equally popular resort, and, having developed later in life, it has managed to avoid too many of the concrete high-rises which litter other resorts developed in the ’60s. Benalmadena is split into two sections: the beachfront of Benalmadena Costa and the old town of Benalmadena Pueblo. With its stylish marina, beautiful beaches and great tapas bars, Benalmadena Costa is the focus for tourists, although a venture into Benalmadena Pueblo will perhaps offer up a more authentic Spanish experience. Like Torremolinos, Benalmadena is an extremely easy resort to get to from Malaga airport. Airport taxi transfers take around 20 minutes, making Benalmadena a very convenient resort for weekend breaks in the sun.
Just slightly further along the coast you come across Fuengirola: just a 30-minute taxi transfer from Malaga Airport. Fuengirola is a buzzing cosmopolitan town with 7km of sandy beaches. Adjoining to the west, but technically separate, Mijas Costa is a lively combination of sun, sand and water sports. Nearby is the largest golf complex in Spain. La Cala Resort boasts no less than 3 full golf courses.
Further west still you come across Calahonda, a modern resort very popular with British tourists. Calahonda has the usual compliment of sun-drenched beaches and golf courses that one can expect from a Costa del Sol resort. It’s not the most perfect resort for history buffs, but if you’re after convenient facilities, sun and fun then Calahonda will tick all your boxes.
Situated between Calahonda and Marbella, Elviria has long been a popular holiday resort and is home to the five-star Don Carlos Hotel. Taxi transfers to Calahonda and Elviria from Malaga airport take around 30 minutes, so you’ll have a Margarita in your hand and the sand between your toes in no time!