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Travelers usually depart from Dublin, Dublin - Halfpenny Bridge, Dublin - Pearse St. Bus Stop, Dublin - North Wall Quay, or Dublin - Merrion Row when they travel from Dublin to Málaga. Book your trip to arrive at Málaga, Málaga - María Zambrano, Malaga estacion autobuses, Málaga-Fabrica De Cemento, or Málaga-El Palo. The distance between Dublin and Málaga is 1869 km. The most popular airlines for this route are Aer Lingus, British Airways, easyJet, Vueling, and Iberia Airlines. Dublin and Málaga have 284 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Málaga, consider visiting Alhambra, Mezquita of Cordoba, and Alcazar, Seville, Spain.

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Aer LingusEINEINoOpens 48 days before flight
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British AirwaysBAWBAYes0
easyJetEZYU2YesOpens 720 days before flight
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VuelingVLGVYNoOpens 168 days before flight
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Iberia AirlinesIBEIBYesOpens 24 days before flight
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Málaga travel tips

1) See the Málaga Cathedral, one of the city’s most important landmarks

Built between 1528 and 1782, the cathedral is a great example of Renaissance architecture. The north tower is 87 metres high, which makes it the highest cathedral in Andalusia. The south tower, however, is still unfinished, giving this landmark its peculiar appearance. That’s why the cathedral is sometimes affectionately called La Manquita (‘one-armed woman’). The interior is a mixture of the Renaissance and Baroque styles. One of the most notable things inside is the 17th-century choir stalls with the statues of saints.

2) Visit the Plaza de la Merced — one of the most beautiful squares in Málaga

The Torrijos Monument, a large obelisk, dominates this picturesque square in the city centre. Pablo Picasso and some other renowned Spanish artists lived nearby. Don’t miss the Picasso statue and the museum devoted to this famous painter. The blossoms on the trees in the square can be spectacular. Besides, it has an excellent array of cafes and bars to choose from. If you are lucky, you’ll see a flamenco street dance performance.

3) The quality of free Wi-Fi is quite poor in Málaga

Officially, free Wi-Fi from the Málaga City Council should be available in the city centre. You can get a good signal behind the tourist office on Plaza de la Marina. But in other places, you can hardly rely on free Wi-Fi. Most hotels provide their own networks. However, not all cafes, bars and restaurants follow that example. Besides, those Wi-Fi networks usually require a password you can learn from the waiting staff after you’ve made your order. Make sure to check your roaming charges before the trip.

Spain COVID-19 travel restrictions

Latest COVID-19 travel restrictions in Spain – 12/2022
Your trip summary

Most travelers from Ireland can enter Málaga, AGP, but there are restrictions.


Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is not required
  • Quarantine is not required
Visa requirements
  • Visa is not required


Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is not required
  • Quarantine is not required
Visa requirements
  • Visa is not required

Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.

Learn more about COVID-19 restrictions in Spain in our dedicated Stories article.

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to travel from Dublin to Málaga?
A one-way nonstop (direct) flight between Dublin and Málaga takes around 3.1 hours.
What is the flight distance between Dublin and Málaga?
The flight distance between Dublin and Málaga is 1869 km.
What airlines offer nonstop (direct) flights between Dublin and Málaga?
Several carriers operate flights between Dublin and Málaga. Airlines offering nonstop (direct) flights include Aer Lingus.
What are the most popular routes to and from Dublin?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Dublin and London, Vancouver, Palma, Majorca, Budapest, Athens, Istanbul, Amsterdam, New York, Venice, Madrid, Paris, Faro, Kraków, İzmir, Barcelona, Lisbon, Antalya, Berlin, Malta, Split.
What are the most popular routes to and from Málaga?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Málaga and London, Tallinn, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Reykjavik, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Riga, Bristol, Newcastle upon Tyne, Nottingham, Vilnius, Cardiff, Leeds, Toronto, Exeter, Thessaloniki, Cork, Athens.
What airports are near Dublin?
The main airport in Dublin is Dublin. It is also served by Dublin, Cork, Shannon, George Best Belfast City, Belfast International, Isle of Man, Ireland West Airport Knock, City of Derry, Donegal.
What airports are near Málaga?
The main airport in Málaga is Málaga. It is also served by Málaga, Seville, Tangier Ibn Battouta, Federico García Lorca, Jerez, Gibraltar International, Almería, Algeciras Heliport.
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