This summer is being historic in the Costa del Sol; Malaga airport last weekend has surpassed the number of flights and visitors to any weekend of the year. Surely the political instability in other destinations is being decisive in this great increase in tourists. Some companies are adapting to the growth of tourists increasing their staff or creating new routes in the case of public transport.
Are you coming for the first time and don´t know yet which is the best means of transportation from Malaga airport? In addition to using train and bus from the airport, many visitors either for the amount of luggage or comfort seek other transportation options. Let’s have a look which is best for you:
From Sunday 15th has started the implementation of taxi meters with new rates for the use of public taxi in the town of Fuengirola, equalling prices with the municipalities of Mijas, Benalmadena and Torremolinos.
Granada is known for having a great number of vigilance cameras and radars and bad traffic signs that aren’t translated to English, so if you drive a car in Granada it’s always highly recommendable to drive very carefully and paying special attention to the traffic signs. The fines for those who drive a rental car and commit any kind of traffic offense will reach them with a small extra charge as an administration fee. Continue reading to know the most common causes for fines, how to avoid them and how are processed by the rental agency, not only in Granada but in Spain.
This would be the advert we’d see around the year 200, had we have published it in the blog back then...Ok, Malagaweb.com has been around for a while, but not that long! Around the year 200, when the Romans dominated Europe, travelling from Londinium (London) to Malaca (Malaga) took approximately 24 days over 3455 kilometres during the month of August. It was a very long journey mostly by sea bordering the coasts of France and Portugal.
As of September 11 there will be an improvement in the frequency of the commuter train C-1 circulating between Malaga and Fuengirola. The commuter train stops at major tourist attraction cores such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Los Boliches. In addition, this line links two key points in the arrival and departure of travelers to the capital of the Costa del Sol such as María Zambrano train station and Malaga airport terminal.
In a time when connections between inland areas and the Costa del Sol are more important than ever, few people know that almost 100 years ago, a train ran between Coin and Malaga.
The getaway to Malaga in December becomes more popular every year due to the excellent microclimate present in the city. In addition, prices are much cheaper comparing to the summer, which makes this province an attractive destination to travel in winter.
Since September 10th 2010 works now the new suburban train station at Malaga airport. The opening of this new station opposite the Terminal 3 was planned in principle for the end of the year and thus the work improvement of the airport is proceeding swiftly.