Malaga Airport Transportation

Transport Centre

Malaga airport has a transportation hub outside the new Terminal 3 that can be accessed from the new terminal building , both departures level as arrivals. You can get to the bus station and Renfe train station through the arrivals level and is accessible both from the lower parking level exits.


In Malaga airport there’s a ticketing point located near the exit of Terminal T3 (Arrivals). It let tourists and local residents get the ticket that suits better for their needs. For a better service, check about the ticket combinations and prices at the box office.



Buses at Malaga airport stop at Terminal T3, Floor 0, Arrivals, opposite the transport interchange. From Malaga airport there are urban, intercity and long-distance bus service.


City buses

Connect to the city center of Malaga. There’s a Express bus service that makes the journey in 15 minutes. For more information: 902 527 200.

Terminal T3. Floor 0. Arrivals. In front of transport interchange.

A single ticket costs around about 3 € and is payable in cash on the bus.


Intercity buses

There are 3 routes.

- Marbella - Airport Line: 45 minutes.

- Estepona - Airport Line: 1:15 a.m.

- M - 135 Line: Malaga -Santa Amalia: The M -135 line connects the airport (cargo terminal) with Alhaurin de la Torre, Malaga and Santa Amalia.


Terminal T3. Floor 0. Arrivals. In front of transport interchange.

A single ticket costs around 9'20€.


Long-distance buses

From the airport you can go to the town of Algeciras, Motril, Granada and Seville.

Terminal T3. Floor 0. Arrivals. In front of transport interchange. A single ticket costs about 20€.



The line C1 of Renfe connects Malaga airport to the city center (approximately 12 minutes) and with other localities of the Costa del Sol as Fuengirola, Benalmadena and Torremolinos.


Passengers can access to the train from the square outside arrivals and from the sidewalk of the departures.


If you go to Malaga, be sure to get off the train at the last station , Centro-Alameda and not in the above (Málaga -Renfe). This one is the main train station of the city and is about 20 minute walk from the center of Malaga.

There is a shuttle to travel to the city center, it operates every 30 minutes.



In the arrivals area of Terminal 3 from there’s a taxi rank enabled which also connects with the train via a pedestrian path.

The vehicles are white and have a blue line on the side.


Taxis distinguished service between rates (1 or 2) and urban or inter-urban areas. Leaving the airport there is an additional charge and other charges are also added if trips are nocturnal, if there are many suitcases, etc. Pay attention about the fees, check the final price of the route with the fares which are indicated and available in the taxi’s area. Destinations and fares are listed.


In other areas of the airport taxis can be stopped or even get on one that is in one of the designated rows. Taxis available are identified because they emit a green light.


The trip to city center of Malaga takes approximately 20 minutes.


Ferry - Boat

From Malaga you can go to Melilla and Algeciras by sea transport. There are several companies offering routes southwards and even to Morocco via Gibraltar. Some of these locations are Algeciras, Ceuta or Tangier. Many of the ferries leave from Benalmadena Port to Fuengirola and Malaga. Look for the route which interests you more and contact with the company that suits better for your trip.



The airport is located about 8 km from the city of Malaga and is connected to the section of the Mediterranean Highway A- 7 / E -15 MA-21 and MA-21 road (old N -340).

Depending on your location, consult a map or a GPS to arrive easily to Malaga airport.


Private transport

The simplest way to get to your hotel in Malaga is with a private airport transfer with myDriver. They pick you up in the arrivals hall and drive you directly to your hotel