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Malaga Airport has excellent connections to the city and the Costa del Sol. Motorway Ma-21, the Torremolinos to Malaga route, takes visitors within a short 9 km journey to the city and other resorts at the Mediterranean coast. The A-7 route links to motorway Ma-21 from the west as well as from the south of the greater Malaga region, opening up inland destinations to motorists.
Malaga parking is handled via several different parking facilities: there is long term parking and general parking, express and VIP parking for a start!
The airport parking for long-term stays is mainly handled by P3, which offers a free bus ride back to the terminals, a 2 to 5 minute trip. These shuttle busses run every 12 to 15 minutes. On the return journey the shuttle bus will pick up passengers at the arrivals area and take them back to P3’s parking facility. A day’s parking fee at this facility is no more than EUR 8.60 and the parking facility is also suited for large and very high vehicles. Parking at this car park must be reserved in advance.
The day rate for Malaga Airport parking at P1, which is located within a 2 to 5 minute walk of the terminals, is EUR 36.60. The same charge applies to P7, which is located even closer to the terminals with just a minute’s walk and doesn’t require an advance reservation to be made either. A whole day’s parking at the VIP parking facility will be charged at EUR 45.00, since the car park is located immediately by the terminals. There is no need to reserve parking in advance, as access is provided at any time.
Located within a minute’s walk of the terminals is the Express car park for Malaga Airport parking that doesn’t require pre-booking. This is one of the most secure areas to park in at the airport and this is reflected in the price, as a day’s parking is charged at EUR 71.60.
It is easy to reserve long and short term parking at the airport in advance by going online to www.reservasparking.com.
Malaga is not just a holiday destination for sun-hungry beach goers. The area has plenty of tourist attractions to offer, from ancient monuments to wonderful nature reserves like the Sierra de Grazalema National Park or the Fuente de Piedra Lagoon National Park for example. Family fun is available within a short drive also, like the Torremolinos or Mijas aqua parks for example, which have slides, multiple pools, restaurants, playgrounds and entertainments for all the family. Aqualand Mijas is located on the Fuengirola by-pass at Carretera Nacional 340, km 209. Adults pay EUR 20.00 and children from four years to 12 years old pay EUR 15.00, kids up to 3 years of age go for free.
The wonderful Flamenco Museum in Malaga provides a great insight into this most revered of Spanish dance forms, while the Cave of the Basin, the prehistoric Cueva de la Pileta located between Guacin and Ronda makes for an amazing day trip in a rocky terrain that might have featured in Spaghetti Westerns of the 1970s, if it wasn’t for this prehistoric treasure. At 670 metres of altitude the cave displays some spectacular paintings of animals in a series of caverns. The paintings are approximately 25,000 years old and are proof that even early tourists favoured this part of the Costa del Sol above others!
For more information about long and short term Malaga parking, please visit the official airport website at http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es.