Fly to Torremolinos Resort via Malaga Airport (AGP)
Torremolinos resort is located about 5 miles from Malaga Airport, officially named Malaga–Costa del Sol Airport. It is one of the busiest airports in Spain for low-cost flying, as the main airport for all Costa Del Sol resorts, and catered to almost 15 million passengers in 2015. A number of large commercial airlines operate from Malaga Airport including British Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair and Jet2. With such high volumes of visitors, Malaga Airport is incredibly well equipped, with an impressive range of shops, restaurants, cafes and facilities.
Booking Your Flight to Malaga Airport
When arranging a flight to Malaga Airport, there are multiple options to choose from depending on your location, requirements, timescale and budget. For low cost tickets, budget airlines such as Ryanair and Jet2 operate regular flights to Malaga Airport all year round. However, for a more extravagant travel experience, you are able to book business class with certain airlines including Lufthansa.
It is important to consider timing, as Malaga Airport can be incredibly busy in summer months, so prices are likely to be higher at this time of year. For cheaper tickets, it is worth looking into off-peak periods. To see options and availability with your own specific preferences, the straightforward Expedia tool is clear and simple for booking both direct and connecting flights.
Travelling from Malaga Airport to Torremolinos
You can catch trains direct from the airport to Torremolinos from early morning through until around midnight. The journey only takes about 10 minutes. For added convenience, there are also direct airport shuttles to and from Torremolinos available. These shared shuttles transport visitors to their destination quickly and easily, with significant cost savings over taxis and other forms of transport. If you are venturing further afield or looking for an easy and independent way to travel, you car hire a car easily at the city or the airport.
Things to Do near Torremolinos
As a thriving tourist destination, a wide variety of attractions and activities can be enjoyed in and around Torremolinos. From scuba diving to local water parks, there are plenty of activities to keep beach lovers happy. Meanwhile, history buffs can take a step back in time and explore the ancient city of Cordoba. Alternatively, explore the tiny country of Gibraltar, which measures only three miles in length. While you're there, why not visit the iconic Rock of Gibraltar complete with its nature reserve of Barbary macaques? Wildlife lovers can also go on dolphin watching cruises in the clear blue waters along the coastline.