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Cheap Flights to Andalucia

Andalucia has quite a few different airport options. It has eight airports in total, seven of which handle regular commercial traffic and international flights from many different destinations. Malaga is the largest of these, and one of the largest airports in Spain. If you're flying in from the United States, Malaga is also the only airport that you can get a direct flight to at present. If you want to fly to other airports in Andalucia you can connect through many different cities in Europe, and also through Morocco with Royal Air Maroc.

Andalucia High and Low Seasons

Andalucia's peak and low tourist seasons are a little different than those of the rest of Spain. That's because it's the hottest part of Europe, with temperatures that can crack 100 degrees Fahrenheit during the typical peak European travel months of July and August. In addition to the high heat, you'll find many local businesses closed during these months as the locals opt to take their own vacations. The usual shoulder seasons of spring and fall are the peak seasons in Andalucia, as this is when the weather is best. Winters can be surprisingly cold given how hot the summer is, especially in the eastern part of the region. However, the weather is usually still more mild than the rest of Europe, and March is an excellent shoulder period where the weather is usually good yet there are not many tourists.

Andalucia Airport Tips

Malaga Airport is a fairly large and modern facility with a good range of amenities. It also has a decent range of places to eat - Gambrinus, Cafe & Tapas, Mum's Kitchen, Delimarch, Four Arrows Pub, Sea Food seafood bar, Burger King, Starbucks and the Deli Bar by Michelin chef Dani Garcia. The airport also offers free WiFi in Terminal 3, a VIP lounge that is free to all with first or business class tickets or VIP credit cards, currency exchange, a pharmacy, a post office and even an art gallery to enjoy if you have to wait for a connecting flight.

Transportation from Andalucia's Airports

The Malaga airport has a train stop in Terminal 3 that will take you into the city. There are also a number of buses that depart from the airport and make stops all over the region. If you need a vehicle, car rental is available directly at the airport from over a dozen agencies including Hertz, Sixt, Enterprise and Firefly.

Things to do in Andalucia

Tens of millions of people visit Andalucia each year. The primary points of attraction are Seville and Granada, but there is really no end of interesting things to see throughout the region. Beach fun in the warm weather can be found at a number of different cities including Costa del Sol, Marbella, Cadiz, Nerja, Tarifa and Benalmadena. Great hiking is available in Sierra de Grazalema National Park, Donana National Park and El Chorro among many other places. Seville is where the famous bullfights take place, but if nightlife is more of your thing, Malaga and Nerja are the places to be. And if you're into gambling, Gibraltar is host to the Gala Casino.

Flights to Andalucía

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