Various ways to reach Granada by plane!
The cheapest options to reach Granada by plane are certainly Malaga and Seville, but you could also decide to land in Madrid or Barcelona, but the times to reach Granada by plane are getting longer.
Naples-Granada, the new Easyjet route for the Andalusian pearl is underway
From 5 September 2018 the Easyjet offer expands: from Naples Capodichino it will in fact be possible to fly to Granada, to visit one of the pearls of Andalusia. The Easyjet flight from Naples to Granada will be operated twice a week. The flight takes just under three hours.
Landing in Malaga
Direct flights to Malaga depart from the airports of Rome, Milan, Bologna, Turin and Venice thanks to the airlines Ryanair, Vueling Airlines, Alitalia, EasyJet, Blue Air and Volotea. Malaga Airport is certainly the closest and offers the easiest route to reach Granada. Once you have landed, you can take an Alsa company bus that will take you directly to the bus station in the city of Granada.
Malaga-Costa Del Sol airport
Malaga-Costa Del Sol Airport is the busiest in Andalusia. as well as the one most connected to the Italian airports, it is a modern structure 8 kilometers west of the city, therefore with quick transfer times to the center. Malaga airport is currently the third largest on the Iberian Peninsula by number of passengers, while at European level it ranks 2006nd. In 13.076.252, XNUMX passengers passed through, of which three quarters boarded on international flights.
Landing in Seville
Even landing in Seville could be a good option to reach Granada. Once you have landed you can take a bus which will take about 3 to 3 and a half hours.
Seville Airport or San Pablo Airport is an airport located 10 km from Seville, in the region of Andalusia, Spain. It has only one terminal and one runway. Passenger traffic exceeded 2009 million in 4 and goods transported by cargo planes reached a total of 6.500 tons. Seville is also home to the largest Spanish low-cost, Vueling and Irish low-cost Ryanair.