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Cheap flights from Belfast to Malaga

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Belfast BFS
Malaga AGP
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Tue 08 Oct
€22.32

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Flights from Belfast to Malaga

If you’re looking to book some cheap fights from Belfast to Malaga, or you’ve already booked your filights and you need a little help with the practicalities, we’ve got you covered. To check out our Belfast to Malaga cheap flights, have a look in the search bar.  To ensure your trip goes smoothly, read the information below.

 

Belfast Airport:

Belfast international Airport is located around 20km northwest of Belfast city centre, close to Aldergrove. Belfast to Malaga flights are a busy route for the airport so be sure to arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare. 

If you’ve booked flights to Malaga from Belfast International Airport, you can get to Belfast Airport easily via rail and road. Regular, inexpensive express coaches link Belfast Airport the Belfast city centre, as well as with train stations close to the airport. 

 

Once you’ve checked in: 

When you’ve checked in and passed through security ahead of your cheap flights to Malaga from Belfast, you’ll find plenty of restaurants and bars where you can take a seat and have something to drink or eat while you wait for your flights. Though you won’t benefit from duty free prices on Belfast to Malaga flights, there are often good deals and offers available to all airport shoppers. 

Belfast International Airport offers a free Wi-Fi service for all passengers to use for free, for up to two hours. The connection is strong and safe, so whether your flights to Malaga from Belfast are for business or pleasure, you can easily stay connected. 

 

What to expect on arrival in Malaga: 

Malaga Airport is the gateway to the Costa del Sol, and it’s well connected by rail. The C1 line connects holidaymakers not only with nearby Malaga city, but also with the popular holiday resort towns of Fuengirola, Torremolinos, and Benalmadena along the lovely Costa del Sol. Car hire at Malaga airport is a popular option for anyone who wants to explore the Costa del Sol, or even venture inland, in their own time. Car hire desks are located in the Terminal 2 basement as well as Terminal 3 on the ground floor. 

You may be in a hurry to kick back on the Costa del Sol’s golden sands, but it really is worth visiting Malaga city itself if you have the time. It’s a lovely city, with an incredible foodie scene and plenty of historical sites and landmarks.

If you haven’t decided exactly where you’re going to stay along the Costa del Sol, you could probably throw a dart at any point along the coast near Malaga airport and find a lovely resort to relax in. From the yachts and glitz of Marbella to Torremelinos’ neon-lit strip, you’ll find accommodation all over the Costa del Sol on Ryanair Rooms

 

Five fun facts about Malaga: 

  • Malaga has produced some notable celebrities, including none other than Antonio Banderas 
  • The three most dangerous sharks in the world swim through the seas off coast– but don’t worry; much further out than you’ll be floating in your inflatable flamingo. 
  • Malaga’s inhabitants have the nickname ‘Boquerones’, meaning Anchovies, because those little guys are the city’s biggest catch. 
  • Malaga basks in some 300 days of sunshine annually. In case you’re wondering why its population is so happy… 
  • Pablo Picasso, the father of the Cubist art movement, was also born here. 

 

Fly Belfast to Malaga: Practical Information 

Belfast to Malaga flights take just 3 hours and ten minutes.

The currency of Spain is the euro, so travelling from Belfast you may want to exchange your pounds before you fly – though you’ll also be able to withdraw cash on their arrival. 

Getting around in Malaga city itself is easy with public transport and taxis, but the city is also extremely walkable. If you’re staying outside Malaga in one of the resorts, and you plan on staying there throughout your stay you’ll easily get around using the bus as well as taxis. 

However if you want to explore the area beyond where you’re staying, car hire is the way to do it. Book your car hire online with Ryanair Car Hire when booking your flights from Belfast to Malaga. 

Finally, make sure to bring plenty of sun cream... you’re bound to  need it where you’re going.