Spain

Fly from Nice to Málaga

for an escape to the Costa del Sol

Direct to Andalusia

Many people would only think of booking a Nice-Málaga flight in summer, for the abundant sunshine that warms the beaches and gives this part of the Mediterranean its name. Of course, summer on the appropriately named Costa del Sol will always leave you with excellent memories… and some serious tan lines! But Málaga has much more to offer than sea, sand and sun. A Nice-Málaga non-stop flight also promises amazing cultural discoveries, fantastic food, and lively, fun evenings out. Vamos?

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  • The formalities for travelling to Málaga

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    Many people would only think of booking a Nice-Málaga flight in summer, for the abundant sunshine that warms the beaches and gives this part of the Mediterranean its name. Of course, summer on the appropriately named Costa del Sol will always leave you with excellent memories… and some serious tan lines! But Málaga has much more to offer than sea, sand and sun. A Nice-Málaga non-stop flight also promises amazing cultural discoveries, fantastic food, and lively, fun evenings out. Vamos?

    Direct to Andalusia

    Take a short-cut thanks to Misterfly, our partner: with just a few clicks, you can see the prices and flight timetables for Nice-Málaga direct flights. Choose one that works for you at the best price, with no additional fees. If you want, you can even spread the cost of your Nice-Málaga plane ticket over several months: a convenient way of managing your holiday budget.

    The formalities for travelling to Málaga

    • Entry requirements: Spain is part of the Schengen Area. That means there are less formalities for EU citizens. You just need to travel with a valid passport or identity card so that you can present it for security checks.
    • Currency: you will pay for your churros in euros.

    Your Nice-Málaga direct flight

    For a Nice-Málaga direct flight, you will need to fly with Volotea from Terminal 2.

    For a stress-free start to your trip, get to the airport early, so that you don’t have to rush through security. Arrive an hour before your flight is scheduled to leave, or an hour and a quarter if you need to go to your airline check-in desk to get your boarding pass or put luggage in the hold.

    Departure airport Nice Côte d'Azur Airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 2
    Arrival airport Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport

    Arriving in Málaga

    You will land at Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport. The airport is just 8 kilometres from the city centre. To get to the centre, you have the following options:

    • The bus: line 75 goes directly to the city centre. One departure every 15 minutes. The journey takes a quarter of an hour.
    • The train: the airport has its own station. It takes passengers to Maria Zambrano Station (the main station in Málaga) every quarter of an hour. The journey takes 15 minutes.
    • A taxi.
    • A hire car: convenient if you want to explore Andalusia.

What to do in
Malaga ?

The birthplace of Picasso and a city of flamenco, Málaga is not as lazy as many people imagine. Despite its love of the Mediterranean, especially when the sun is beating down, Spain’s sixth-largest city is about more than just lounging around on the beach. Quite the opposite: it is a particularly dynamic economic and cultural hub. It boasts many remarkable sites, a refined lifestyle, a friendly spirit, and a trendy atmosphere. And if ever the city isn’t lively enough for you, you can always visit one of its wilder neighbours: Torremolinos or Marbella.

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  • Playa, fiesta y familia

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    Málaga, like any self-respecting big city, doesn’t wait for the holidays to start the fun: its streets and terraces are full of life from early spring. Although the mild climate means you can stroll by the sea and picnic on the beach at this time of year, it is above all an ideal time for discovery, culture and heritage. The Roman ruins and Arab fortifications are stormed by tourists. Meanwhile, nature begins to bloom, elegant in the La Concepción Botanical Gardens and rugged on the trails of the Montes de Málaga Natural Park.
    After the summer solstice, everything really starts to heat up! The harmony of spring gives way to summer madness. The Costa del Sol wants to party, and nothing else. Join the fun as a couple or with friends, in the youth-packed streets of Torremolinos, or head for the luxury beaches and exclusive nightclubs of Marbella. If you’re holidaying with your family, think water slides, giant swimming pools, amazing wildlife parks, sandcastles, kayaks, waterfalls and caves: the region has heaps of activities to enjoy with your kids.

  • The top 10 things to do in Málaga and on the Costa del Sol

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    • Marvel at the talent of the Málaga’s most famous man. Antonio Banderas? No, Pablo Picasso! You can visit the house where he was born, and above all, the Picasso Museum, containing 200 of his works.
    • Be modern! Málaga boasts two major contemporary art centres: the CAC and the Pompidou Centre (yes, like Paris!). See works by Miró, Bacon, Frida Kahlo, Giacometti and others.
    • Take a trip back in time at Málaga’s remarkable sites: the Alcazaba (the old Arab fortress), Málaga Cathedral, the Castle of Gibralfaro and the Roman Theatre.
    • Sunbathe and swim. Málaga is synonymous with the sea. It has 16 sandy beaches along 14 kilometres of coast. And that’s just Málaga!
    • Walk down Calle San Miguel, the most famous street in Torremolinos. It oozes charm, with its shops, cafés and medieval tower: la vida es bella!
    • Before the heat of the day, relax for a while on the terrace of Casa Aranda, Málaga’s most famous churro café. Dip your delicious churros in hot chocolate.
    • Watch the sunset on the beach while you eat a snack: pescaito frito (fried fish) or an espeto de sardinas (a sardine skewer cooked using a wood fire) from a chiriguinto (a small bar) in El Palo, Málaga’s fishing district.
    • Dress up, then head out after dark to explore the little streets of Puerto Banús, Marbella’s luxury marina. Dance until dawn in one of the countless clubs in Andalusia’s party city: The Suite, Ocean Club, Pangea, Olivia Valère…
    • Get close to animals from all over the world at Crocodile Park in Torremolinos, the Eagle Garden, the Selwo Marina Dolphinarium and the Sea Life aquarium (all in Benalmádena), and of course Bioparc Fuengirola, one of Spain’s most wonderful zoos.
    • Do a river walk up the Rio Chíllar, near to Nerja. Walk through the water as a family, with appropriate trainers, to enjoy the natural pools and the waterfall.

Regular flights Nice - Malaga AGP

Nice → Malaga AGP

from 72

FLIGHTS VOLOTEA
2
Flights per week, From April to October

Flights per day :

  • Mon 0
  • Tue 1
  • Wed 0
  • Thu 0
  • Fri 1
  • Sat 0
  • Sun 0
FLIGHTS IBERIA
7
Flights per week, From July to September

Flights per day :

  • Mon 1
  • Tue 1
  • Wed 1
  • Thu 1
  • Fri 1
  • Sat 1
  • Sun 1

Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Málaga flight take?

    The average flight time between Nice and Málaga is 2h25.

  • Which airlines provide Nice-Málaga flights?

    Volotea offers non-stop flights from Nice to Málaga, from April to early November. Iberia flies to Andalusia from mid-July to the end of August.

  • How many Nice-Málaga flights are there per week?

    Volotea offers two Nice-Málaga flights from April to mid-July and from September to October, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
    From mid-July to the end of August, Iberia provides additional flights, taking the total to 9 flights, with at least one departure per day.

  • How much does a Nice-Málaga flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Málaga return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 72

  • What is the time difference between Nice and Málaga?

    There is no time difference.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Málaga?

    Spring and the first weeks of autumn are recommended for those who want a quieter experience of Málaga, to explore the museums at their leisure, stroll through the streets without the heat getting unbearable, and find a table on the terrace without booking. And in summer? The atmosphere is like the sun: sizzling hot! There are crowds everywhere. If you like to party and socialise, you’ll love this whirlwind. Luckily, you also have the option of lounging on the beach or walking in the surrounding mountains, if you feel the need for something a little more chilled!

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