Fly to Malaga from Liverpool
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Sun and sightseeing are in order when you plan your trip to the Costa del Sol. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is a perfect choice when flying to Spain from the north west of England as we offer regular direct flights from Liverpool to Malaga with easyJet or Ryanair. You’ll be relaxing by the sea in no time if you book your flight with us today – did someone say sangria?!
Why you should go
Whether you’re looking to visit Malaga itself, or are holidaying in nearby resorts such as Marbella or Estepona, the Costa del Sol is one of the most popular regions of Spain for tourists searching for some sunshine. Marbella is perfect for those looking for some glitz and glamour, while Fuengirola is a lively resort with amazing beaches and a stunning historic area hidden away if you’re after a more peaceful pace. Nerja, meanwhile, is the jewel of the Costa. It’s quintessentially Spanish, with a great nightlife.
The city of Malaga is a perfect destination if you want to mix a city break with culture and marine life. The historic centre of Malaga reaches down to the harbour on one side, and is surrounded by mountains on the other. If you’re a lover of art, stop by the Museo Picasso Málaga, but if you prefer to consider yourself as a history buff, make sure you visit courtyards and fountains of the 11th century Alcazaba.
When you should go
The Costa del Sol’s popularity could be put down to its amazing climate and gorgeous sunshine. It’s a stunning destination all year round, but the majority of visitors tend to fly over during the summer months when the weather is at its warmest. If you’re looking to make the most of the Costa del Sol’s golf courses, the best time to visit will be in spring or autumn. Winter time in this region of Spain is definitely not what we’re used to; expect clear blue skies and moderate temperature of around 9°C at this time of year.
Where you should stay
Your chosen destination will depend on what you want to get out of your holiday. If you’re visiting with family members, Benalmádena has an array of amazing beaches and also the Tivoli World theme park to get the adrenalin pumping! Marbella is a great destination for couples looking to stroll along the harbour and sip cocktails, whereas Estepona has plenty of resorts specifically for those who enjoy a round of golf or two.
If you want to make the most of your holiday to Malaga and the Costa del Sol, check out some of these activities on your trip:
- El Palo in Malaga – if you’re a seafood lover, you’re in for a treat if you stop by the old fishing district of El Palo. As grilled sardines are one of Malaga’s famous dishes, stop off at a nearby beach bar and sample some of the freshest fish in the area!
- El Torcal Natural Park – situated in Antequera, about one hour’s drive from Malaga, El Torcal is the perfect place for long walks in the great Spanish outdoors. Expect to see some of the most striking rock formations, known as karsts, along your journey.
- Playa del Cañuelo – considered as being one of the best beaches in the Costa del Sol, Playa del Cañuelo combines crystal clear seas with unique, grey sand and is a completely different experience compared to tourist hotspots in nearby areas.
Flights from Liverpool to Malaga in Spain fly into Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport are regular, quick and convenient and so perfect for business, tourism or as a jumping off point for a wider trip.
Once you have booked your flight to Malaga, Spain why not check out Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you are arriving on one of the easyJet & Ryanair flights from Malaga to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
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