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To reach our accommodations, you can use several alternatives

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To reach our accommodations, you can use several alternatives.

Nerja and Torrox-Costa are located in the south of Spain, in the province of Malaga, capital of the Costa del Sol. To get to Malaga from other countries or from another part of Spain, you can take a variety of transports such as plane, boat, train, bus, private car, etc.

By Airplane

You can fly to Málaga Pablo Ruiz Picasso International Airport with one of the many budget airlines. From airport, Torrox-Costa has an easy and fast access through the Mediterranean motorway (Motril-Almería direction, if we reach it from the western part of the Costa del Sol or from the city of Málaga). And it is only 40 minutes (55km) drive from airport.

Important: check the validity of your passport or identity card because it has been many tenants who miss their holidays due to the expiry of their identity documents.

By Car

If you come in your own car, the route through Spain, from the north to the south, will be very pleasant for you.

Torrox-Costa is 1.000km from the french border by Irún following Paris-Bordeaux-Irun-Madrid-Granada (or vía Málaga)-Torrox-Costa. And 1180 km from the French border by Perpignan-Barcelone-Valence-Murcia (Lorca)-Granada-(or vía Málaga)-Torrox-Costa.

All the ride is by motorway with or without free toll.

By Train

From the north of Europe, there are several train lines that arrive in Málaga, passing through Madrid. The most common are:

Paris – Irún – Medina del Campo (or Zaragoza Delicias) – Madrid – Málaga, 14 hours trip.

Paris – Perpignan – Barcelona – Madrid – Málaga, 20 hours trip.

By Boat

The maritime port of Málaga is reserved for vacation cruises. If you come from the African continent, you have several alternatives to get to Málaga.

The port of Algeciras is 190km. It is where you have the ferries between Spain and Morocco.

The port of Almeria is 155km. Shipping between Spain and Argelia.

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