Top question asked right now is. “Is it safe to travel to Spain?”  I’ve done my best to provide an answer but in the end it will depend on you keeping your distance and maintaining hygiene. Just the same as being at home! Most visitors who travel to and from Marbella at Malaga Airport. You can travel easily from this big modern airport by taxi, in your rental car, by bus or by train or even be picked up.

The Malaga Airport bus to Marbella bus station is a real jewel. Get on this bus in Marbella and step off at the airport. Travelling further to Estepona from Malaga airport?  Both services run like clockwork, 365 days of the year. Travel to other destinations from Marbella bus station such as La Linea de la Concepción bus station right next to the frontier with Gibraltar as well from Malaga Airport.

Find information on bus stops between Fuengirola and Marbella and Estepona on the Marbella Bus Station page.

The C1 train line stops at Malaga Airport just 80 metres from the Arrivals Hall and links the Maria Zambrano main train station with Fuengirola train station. With trains every 20 minutes in both directions, don’t hurry. You are on holiday.

Check out the wide car hire offer at Malaga airport with cars for every budget. Some  rental car operators have their desks just before the baggage collection carousels and others will meet you as you walk into arrivals and take you to their nearby car hire depot.

A fleet of modern super clean taxis awaits you just outside the Malaga Airport Arrivals Hall. All taxis are equipped with meters and overcharging is very much a thing of the past.

Talking of buses, the Movelia online bus booking service on Gomarbella moves bus travellers all over Spain. If you are travelling from Marbella to Madrid or from Pamplona bus Station  to Saint Jean de Pied de Port to begin your pilgrimage, get your ticket here.

Thinking of travelling from the Costa del Sol to Portugal  for a few days to have a little holiday inside a  holiday? My wife Angela and I drive across at least twice a year to the south of Portugal. Check out some of our favourite places on the Algarve    Sometimes we go further north, like this weekend trip to Oporto! On our way back from Portugal last year we discovered this  amazing scene south of Seville on the Guadalquiver river.

Fancy a quick day trip to Ceuta in North Africa? Get a ferry from Algeciras to Ceuta and the whole story here.