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Driving Route along Cabo de Gato coast

Starting from the village of San Miguel, look out on the left for the salt pans Salinas de Acosta, a vast 4km-long wetland created by a lagoon with blindingly white mounds of salt heaped up. Here you can see the ruins of an old village; the size of the church gives an idea of how important the salt industry must have been. Salt has been extracted from here for centuries since Phoenician times.

Gibraltar Airport Flights

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Gibraltar and the following cities: Bristol, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Manchester, Tangiers and Casablanca. Search direct and indirect flights to or from Gibraltar below through our affiliate partner Skyscanner.

Granada Airport Flights

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Granada and the following cities. We are updating this table frequently to reflect 2021 airline daily schedules, and have retained 2019 routes as a reference.

Jerez Airport Flights

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Jerez and the following cities. We are updating this table frequently to reflect 2020 airline daily schedules, and have retained 2019 routes as a reference.

Seville Airport Flights

Direct flights to and UK airports (Bristol, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester), Direct flights to and from EU airports (Amsterdam Schipol, Baden-Baden, Bari, Berlin, Bologna, Bordeaux, Bussels - Charleroi and more).

Almeria Airport Flights

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Almeria Airport and the following cities: Belfast, Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds - Bradford, London Gatwick, London Stanstead, Manchester, Newcastle, Billund, Bruges - Ostend, Brussels, Dublin, Faro, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Faro and more.

Gibraltar Airport History

The runway was first established during the Second World War on the southern half of the 'neutral zone'. During the sieges  this had been an un-demarcated strip of sand on the isthmus separating the British and Spanish lines of fortifications. It was said to be the distance of a canon ball's range. In 1813 it was used by Gibraltar as a Yellow fever encampment. In 1909 the British erected a fence and gate half way along. Between the world-wars Gibraltar marked out a horse-racing track.

Lost and found

Your number one priority is to keep an eye on your bags, but should the unthinkable happen – and you lose something at Málaga Airport – here’s what to do.

Malaga Airport - Departures

Use our handy flight checker to keep a watchful eye on your departing flight at Málaga Airport. Remember, even if your flight is delayed, it is often best not to leave the airport, to stay near the gate if possible and especially to keep an eye on the information panels. While flights can be delayed for longer than you expect, they can also prepare for departure much sooner than you expect!

Car Parking at Malaga Airport

There are different parking options at Malaga Airport. The privately operated car parks near the airport are the most economic. The Express Malaga Airport Parking is the most convenient but also the most expensive. AENA the airport operators also have a number of different car parks.

Malaga Airport Train Station

The RENFE Train Station at Málaga Airport is on-site to take passengers to and from the airport with trains leaving every 20 minutes for Málaga City or Fuengirola in the out of town direction.  The Fuengirola train stops at Torremolinos and Benalmádena as well..

Malaga Airport Taxis

Just to provide a rough idea regarding taxi prices from Malaga Airport to different locations, a taxi to center of Marbella will cost you around 70 or 90€ depending day or night tariff band. Travel to center of Estepona, on the other hand, would cost 105 or 125€, while a closer destination like Fuengirola costs around 35 or 42€.

VAT Refund at Malaga Airport

If you have been saving your receipts in order to recover money you paid for IVA (VAT) taxes while in Spain, you’ll find the tax office in Terminal 3, departures, near the security check station. Have all your receipts ready and arrive early to be sure you have time to process your request as you could have to wait in a queue depending on the time of day.

Malaga Airport Statistics

Málaga Airport is the fourth most important airport in Spain after Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. It is the top international airport in the south of Spain, handling 85% of the international air traffic in Andalucia.

Shuttle Buses

The shuttle buses at Málaga airport take passengers back and forth between the off site long-term parking sites and the airport.