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Malaga is a Spanish town with world-class powdery beaches, imposing architecture and world-class cuisine. Whether you are planning to discover Malaga for the first time or reconsidering an old charisma, the award-winning Crystal Travel has cheap flights to Malaga that will not be heavy on your pocket. No doubt, for newcomers this stunning Spanish stunner will be unforgettable. You can stroll down the lively streets, enjoy climbing the mountains, savour street food, admire the city's history and get a taste of the social life. If you are looking for the lowest airfares, you have come to the best flight booking website that has been in the travel industry for more than 32 years. Crystal Travel offers remarkable cheap Malaga flights that will not be heavy on your pocket. Just enter your details – your name, date of travel, number of passengers, airline type and class on our search engine and leave the rest to us – you won’t be disappointed! All you need to do is choose your flight deals from our result with time and budget convenience, and the booking is done. So, start packing!Read More

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Should Know

  • The aerial distance from London to Malaga is 1,047 miles
  • The average flight time from London to Malaga is 2h 45m hours depending on the route and airline
  • Popular Flights to Malaga are Ryanair, Jet2, easyJet, British Airways, Norwegian Air International, Iberia, Vueling and SWISS
  • Airport codes flights from London to Malaga are London – LON / Malaga - AGP
  • There are more than 100 direct flights between London and Malaga per week
  • August is the high and the most popular time to fly
  • January is the low season and the best time to beat the crowd

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About Malaga

Malaga is a wonderful up-to-date and yet a historic city where the swaggering atmosphere of the Mediterranean port bustles with ships as well as people. Like most of the Spanish cities, the first impression can almost be disheartening, but the city centre is quite majestic and charming with gothic cathedral, traditional buildings, narrow streets with best tapas bars in the locality. During recent times, the city has shaped its heritage and culture with new museums and branded developed ports. Hop on a flight to Malaga to enjoy the unspoiled nature.

Best Time to Visit Malaga

Malaga is one of those places where you can visit any time of the year. Enjoy a comfortable climate in spring and autumn. It's warm enough to go to the beach but not scorching hot. Summer is extremely hot but that does not stop the tourists from flocking into Malaga. With its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, the cool breeze keeps blowing year-round. Autumn sees the influx of sun-seekers from Northern Europe and it's only crowded around the beaches. Book cheap flights to Malaga, enjoy hearty dishes till your heart's content. It's also the month when the bullfighting festival takes place. Malaga is perfect to escape the wintry European months and there's plenty to keep you busy.

Best Places to Visit in Malaga

Malaga is one the world's oldest Mediterranean ports inviting several cheap flights from London to Malaga. The present city reflects the city's majestic past - Roman ruins, a Moorish castle, a Baroque cathedral, the age-old Alcazaba, an ancient lighthouse and more. Malaga offers bewitching scenery and terrific weather mixed with culture and the beaches of Costa del Sol. Discover the best places to visit with our list of the top-rated tourist attractions in Malaga.

Old Moorish Castle: Built in the 9th century, Alcazaba de Malaga was the citadel of the Moorish kings. Today, visitors can see the remaining towers, the entrance and the iconic towers. The adjacent beautiful garden is the main highlight of the fort.

Cathedral: Malaga is dotted with holy shrines and sacred structures from Plaza de la Marina, the Calle Molina Larios leads into the Old Town. The Cathedral is the main building that is adorned with paintings, statues and other military campaigns.

The City Botanical Garden: Created in 1855, these appealing grounds are filled with diverse flora and fauna. Thanks to the tropical atmosphere that allows plant life from all over the world to survive inside the three hectares of open space. Guests can enjoy thematic walking and guided tours to admire the beauty.

Castillo de Gibralfaro: Standing tall on Mt. Gibralfaro, Castillo de Gibralfaro is another Moorish fortress famous for its Catholic Monarchs and panoramic views of the sea. Book Malaga flights and enjoy a scenic walk around the well-kept structure and explore the grounds.

Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation Birthplace Museum: Are you a lover of modern art? Then this museum is the best place displaying more than 250 pieces of art, mainly from Picasso's studio and masterpiece.

Basílica Nuestra Senora de la Victoria: Located north of the Picasso Museum, the Basílica Nuestra Senora de la Victoria is a 17th-century Baroque church and an important structure in Malaga. The church contains the Shrine of Our Lady of Victory that was a gift to King Ferdinand. You can also marvel at paintings and sculptures and other masterpieces.

The Market Hall: If you keep walking on the side streets of Alameda, you'll reach the city's legendary market. The entrance is spellbinding with stained-glass structure bearing Moorish design. Upon entering the market, you can see the bustling crowd and vendors selling fruits, veggies, poultry products and cheese.

Parque de Málaga: When the city heat is on, you'll be startled how cool this park can be. The lush palm trees, green fronds provide ample shade over the three main walkways. There is something enchanting about admiring antique pieces of sculptures and fountains decorated by subtropical shrubs.

La Malagueta & Torremolinos: Two famous waterfronts that are good enough to beat the heat. Explore Europe's sunny paradise and you will not have trouble finding a cooler spot. Other heat escapes are The Blue Flag-winning La Misericordia and Los Alamos.

Visit River Chillar: Once you step into the river, there is no looking back. Hike through the river towards Nerja Cave and marvel at the stunning vistas. Grab solid boots and walk through the ankle-deep waters. The river trek takes 4-6 hours through narrow cave walls and pebbled river beds. Grab tickets to Malaga and enjoy a cool splash after a hectic walk.

Airport serving London & Malaga

London has six international airports and several smaller airports that make the city with the busiest airport system in the world by passenger numbers. The airports in London are London City Airport (LCY), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Heathrow (LHR), London-Luton (LTN), Southend (SEN) and London-Stansted (STN). London Heathrow is the key hub with four terminals, numerous shops, restaurants, lounges with boundless Wi-Fi access and more. Search our low-cost fares and you’ll surely find London to Malaga flight tickets from Crystal Travel to make your journey memorable.

Malaga Airport (AGP) is the fourth busiest airport in Spain. It is a significant airport for Spanish tourism as it is the main international airport serving the Costa del Sol. It is 5.0 miles southwest of Malaga and 3.1 mi north of Torremolinos. The airport has flight connections to over 60 countries worldwide, and over 18.6 million passengers passed through Malaga Airport. Malaga Airport has three neighbouring terminals, although only two are in use. From Malaga Airport, there are several methods of transportation to get into the city. You can board a long-distance bus, get tickets to the city train and links the airport to several points in the city. Board a taxi and easily reach your desired destination.

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