Malaga airport to Cadiz
To get from Malaga airport to Cadiz you have to take the A-7 highway passing by Marbella, Estepona and Manilva. You will get through San Roque from where you will be able to choose from two road routes, one of the roads goes through the Natural Park of Los Alcornocales and another through Algeciras, Tarifa and San Fernando bordering the coastal area until getting to Cadiz, the first one might be longer but with beautiful natural landscapes so you decide which one to take.
Approximate distance to Cadiz: 228 km.
Estimated driving time: 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Airport transfer to Cadiz
If you prefer a direct transport you can book a Malaga airport transfer to Cadiz. If you travel with a group of people you may prefer to book a private bus and share the costs.
Estimated price for a taxi to Cadiz: 240.30 €
Malaga to Cadiz by car
If you hire a car in Malaga you can drive to Cadiz, this way of transport is the most comfortable and fastest for getting to this city.
Along the route by car you will have to cross the natural park of Los Alcornocales, a beautiful route surrounded by the nature of Andalucia. Alternatively, take the coastal road for a longer route.
Bus to Cadiz
The bus line 'Come' offers a route between Malaga and Cadiz which can be read here.
You can take this bus line from Malaga city centre or other municipalities on the Costa del Sol like Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Marbella or Estepona.
The trip takes approximately 4 hours and a half.
Train from Malaga to Cadiz
There is no direct train from Malaga to Cadiz however you can take a train to Santa Justa train station or to Dos Hermanas in Seville from where you can take another train to Cadiz.
The trip from Malaga train station to Cadiz, counting waiting times is of approximately 5 hours, however it is not a burdensome trip because of the beautiful landscape.