Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport has six parking areas for visitors and passengers. Car parks are conveniently situated opposite Terminal T2 and Terminal T3, the General Aviation Terminal and the VIP area.
P1: Short to Medium Stay Parking
This car park is within easy walking distance of the main terminal buildings and is ideal for those meeting flights or accompanying friends and family to Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport. There are 1,471 spaces, of which 47 are reserved for disabled parking badge holders.
The car park connects to T3 via a passageway on Floor 2 as well as the Check-In area and Arrivals area on the ground floor.
Car hire companies also use this car park.
P2: Express Parking
The Express Parking area, or Departures Car Park, is situated opposite the T2 Departures area and has access to T3. There are 335 spaces, of which 11 are reserved for disabled badge holders.
This is strictly a short-term car park, designed for a maximum 30-minute stay.
The Arrivals Car Park is also a short-term car park, with 91 spaces, of which three spaces are reserved for disabled drivers.
P3: Long Stay Parking
Málaga Costa del Sol Airport’s Long Stay Car Park is an open-air area with some covered spaces. It is approximately five minutes’ journey time from the main terminal buildings and served by a free shuttle bus.
There are 354 spaces, of which 17 are reserved for disabled badge holders.
Discounts are available for booking in advance.
P7: General Aviation Terminal
Passengers travelling to and from Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport via private plane use this car park, which is adjacent to the General Aviation Terminal. There are 46 spaces plus one reserved space for the disabled.
The VIP Car Park at T3 has five car parking areas in the Departures area and six more in the Arrivals area. You can leave your vehicle with the VIP parking personnel based outside the Departures area and collect your car on return from Arrivals. Car valeting, vehicle maintenance and servicing can all be arranged while you are away.
There are designated coach parking areas near the terminal buildings.