The ‘Capital of the Costa del Sol’ has numerous clean, sand beaches, lined by cafés, bars and restaurants with plenty for fans of watersports to do along its Mediterranean coast. Take a trip just outside the city and you’ll find a variety of adrenalin-pumping activities from rock-climbing and zip lining to bungee jumping and hot-air ballooning.
A fantastic city to discover with friends, check https://taxiwaltononthames.co.uk/ out the nightlife which kicks off after dark around the Plaza de la Constitucion, Calle Larios and Calle Granda or check out the nightclubs around Plaza de la Merced and Plaza de Uncibay.
Getting From the Airport
Of course before you can enjoy everything the bustling, fun-filled city of Málaga has to offer, you’ll need to get from the airport to your hotel. There are several options including bus, taxi, private transfer or train.
While public transport can be a cheap option, if you’re travelling at peak times, it can get busy and sometimes you’ll need to stand for much of your journey. Taxis from Málaga’s arrivals terminal are plentiful, but can be hard to get in the summer months, so expect to queue.
For me, the most comfortable and cost effective way to get to the hotel is the shuttle transfer. If you’re sharing the cost with mates, a private transfer vehicle will cost much the same as a local taxi but you’ll be able to book in advance. The advantage of this service is that when you arrive at the terminal your driver will be waiting with a vehicle big enough to fit you all, at a fixed, pre-agreed price. Much better than joining the long queue of tourists all waiting for taxis from Málaga airport.