Málaga Airport, officially Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport since June 2011, is the fourth busiest airport in Spain after Madrid–Barajas, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca.
Malaga Airport is a modern, newly built airport located just 8kms from Malaga City…this is also the main airport for the Costa Del Sol and is one of the busiest airports in Spain: It is one of the oldest Spanish airports as well as being one of the original locations of the first airline founded in Spain in 1919. in 2014 Malaga handled over 13.6K passengers with 108,263 flight operations and over 2,490 tonnes of cargo.Malaga Airport serves all the main tourist resorts and towns along the coast,
Torremolinos (10 mins), Benalmadena (15 mins), Fuengirola (20 mins), Calahonda (25 mins), Marbella (30 mins), Puerto Banus (40 mins) and Estepona (60 mins).
Reataurant and bars.
Gambrinus, Cafe & Tapas, Damesha Santa Maria, Sea food if you are and many more.
Most of the traffic handled by the airport is from the EU. UK is the destination with the highest volume of passengers, with London Gatwick heading the depaurts, followed by Manchester and London Stansted. These British airports are followed by other European destinations such as Dublín, Paris / Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam / Schiphol, Brussels and Copenhagen.
Malaga-Costa del Sol airport also has scheduled flights to the rest of Spain, most significantly to Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca and Melilla.
– This museum displays thousands of pieces and explains the history of glass and crystal. This beautifully restored 18th century house near the Cervantes theatre is a real labour of love and a gem Although intended to show in wonderfully stylish and period surroundings the glass objects,porcelain, furniture and paintings acquired by the three owners by inheritance and judicious purchases over 40 years. For those who wish to see a fantastic collection of glass housed in an 18th century house this is a must museum
– Museum with a collection of around 90 classic cars, also displays of haute couture fashion & hats. which show all the history of the automobile. There are cars that were made in every decade since the car was invented. All of them have been beautifully restored. This is probably the best car museum in Spain.
If you are in to classic cars then this is a place must visit on your trip to Malaga. This car museum is in the historic Tabacalera Building, which has been renovated for the museum. The nice thing about this museum is that there is a description of each car on display, both in English and Spanish. So one can learn by reading the car descriptions about the history of each car.
– The Alcazaba is a palatial fortification in Málaga, Spain. It was built by the Hammudid dynasty in the early 11th century. This is the best-preserved alcazaba in Spain, Everyone who come to Malaga visiting Alcacaba should be on there to visit list we would recommend.
– 14th Century castle of Gibralfaro from here you will have the most amazing and beautiful view of city. We recommend from here walking along the along the well that connects the castle with the gardens, fountais and the beautufullcourtyard of the Alcazaba. Catch the most amazing sunset from here
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