Favourite airline: easyJet
Flight tickets on the route London – Malaga are most frequently booked with easyJet.
easyJet
14 %
British Airways
8 %
Ryanair
6 %
Tip: book 3 months before departure
The best time to buy tickets is 3 months before the flight. Pay only £34.00.
82 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Thursday
Flight prices fluctuate during the week. Flights are 36 % cheaper on Thursday.
Direct flights are cheaper
On this route, direct flights are £36.00 cheaper than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
02h 55min
05h 25min
12h 25min
£32
£68
£158
The favourite connection is non-stop
Direct flights are especially popular on this route. 43 % of travellers will book a non-stop flight.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
02h 55min, from £32
43 %
1 stopover Madrid Barajas
11h 05min, from £100
16 %
1 stopover Barcelona El Prat
10h 50min, from £103
14 %
Return from £32.00
Currently, flights on this route are cheapest departing on 03/10/19 and returning on 14/10/19.

£32
Cheap
£32
Expensive
£207

Malaga - a beautiful coastal city

Malaga is a modern city in Spain that offers exceptional entertainment, flavourful cuisine, stunning white beaches and a unique skyline. It has a vibrant atmosphere and is a bustling port city offering stunning views of Spain's Costa de Sol and the gorgeous blue sea.

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The best time for city celebrations

Malaga has a moderate climate and the best time to visit is from April to October, peak season being July and August as the weather is the hottest, but this can make the beaches overcrowded. The city holds a 9-day party with fireworks called the Feria de Malaga in August. The weather can be unpredictable between December and January, although The Holy Week Processions from the 6th January is a nice sight to enjoy.

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Important information before you travel

Malaga is two hours ahead of London. It is a very popular and thriving city, so its streets can be busy and parking spaces hard to find. It is recommended to book your rental car well in advance. Knowing Spanish can also come in very useful, but most people speak English. Most restaurants offer a cheap three course meal at midday with prices ranging from around 6 euros upwards. Both restaurants and shop prices are around 50% cheaper than in London, and it is important to note that siesta is from 2pm to 5pm and all shops will be closed.

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Local information on transport and accommodation

The airport is centrally placed in Malaga. Public transport takes around 15 minutes and a bus fare will cost around 1.30 to 3 euro, and you can purchase a rechargeable multi trip card from Estancos. The train fare will cost around 1.75 euro. Taxis are faster but more expressive, costing around 20 euro. Fares will be higher on weekends and holidays, as well as after 10 at night. All major sights of the city are accessible by foot. On average a hotel in the city will cost you around 50 euros per night, while budget accommodation can range from 10 euro upward. It is also important to note that alcohol and driving laws in Spain are stricter than in the UK, with 0.05% (0,25 mg/l) the legal limit, so make sure to arrange transport if you plan to enjoy a night on the town.

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