Taxi from Malaga to Granada at the best price: transfers and tourist tours

Want to visit Granada? Interested in comfortable and fast transportation? Book a taxi from Málaga to Granada (downtown and Sierra Nevada) and arrive easily, in the shortest possible time, whenever you want, and directly to the address you decide.

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Málaga – Granada Taxi Prices

Taxis for 1 to 4 people Taxis for 5 to 8 people
Málaga Airport – Granada €170 €240
Málaga Airport – Almuñécar €90 €125
Málaga Airport – Sierra Nevada €170 €240
Málaga Airport – Loja €80 €110
Málaga Airport – Motril €115 €160
Málaga Airport – Salobreña €100 €140
Málaga (downtown) – Granada €135 €175
Málaga (downtown) – Almuñécar €80 €110
Málaga (downtown) – Sierra Nevada €165 €230
Málaga (downtown) – Loja €80 €110
Málaga (downtown) – Motril €100 €140

Advantages of Taking a Taxi from Málaga to Granada

Book a taxi from Málaga to Granada to explore another city at an affordable and fixed price, without any surprises.
We offer standard and 9-seater taxis, baby seats, wheelchair-accessible taxis, and transfers to and from Málaga airport, allowing you to even book a date and time based on your flight schedule. Should your flight be delayed, the driver will wait for you, so you won’t have to worry about anything.

This way, you won’t have to deal with the hassles of queues, stops, schedules, etc., and you can come and go as you please, saving a considerable amount of time.

How much does a taxi from Granada to Málaga airport or vice versa cost?

If you want to go from Málaga to Granada, you can book a taxi from Málaga airport or from María Zambrano station for €160 or €120, respectively. The price of the taxi varies depending on whether it’s a standard taxi or a 9-seater, changing to €238 when leaving from Málaga airport or €163 from María Zambrano station for these larger capacity taxis.

Granada Taxi Tour

Another option for sightseeing is to take a private taxi tour. You’ll be able to see all the corners of the city in total comfort, without having to use public transport, wait in lines, and with a fixed price. Plus, you can customize the route to your liking.

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10 Things You Can’t Miss in Granada

If you’re traveling to Granada, there are 10 spots you simply cannot miss, such as the following:

    • The Alhambra of Granada: Without a doubt, the Alhambra is the most famous monument and tourist attraction in this city and is one of the reasons why millions of tourists want to visit Granada each year. It’s a complex of courtyards, palaces, and gardens with more than 600 years of history, which remains in excellent condition. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. You can explore 4 major sections within it: the Generalife, the Nasrid Palaces, the Alcazaba, and the Medina.
    • The Albaicín – Old Town: Built on the slope of a mountain, it’s a labyrinth of hundreds of alleyways and white houses. Here you’ll find Arab baths, tea houses, churches, and monasteries, in addition to numerous bars where you can enjoy incredible tapas, restaurants, shops, etc.
    • The San Nicolás Viewpoint: This is one of the two major viewpoints in Granada, offering a spectacular view of the Alhambra. It is located in the middle of the Arab quarter.
  • The San Miguel Viewpoint: The second most popular viewpoint in the city offers quite beautiful views as well, but from a higher point, from which you can see not only the Alhambra but also the city of Granada.
  • The Cathedral of Granada: The church, with more than 450 years of history, is incredible not just from the outside, but also inside. It boasts gigantic stone pillars, endless ornaments and decorative elements, in addition to a wonderful altar.
  • The Charles V Palace: Located next to the Alhambra. It was built here because the king, during his visit to the Alhambra, fell in love with this famous building.
  • The Royal Chapel of Granada: Connected to the Cathedral but has its own entrance. Here lie the Catholic Monarchs, Isabel and Fernando.
  • The Paseo de los Tristes:
  • Monasteries: Such as the San Jerónimo or the Cartuja de Granada.
  • Museums, like the Science Park, the Sacromonte Museum, the Fine Arts Museum, or the Museum of San Juan de Dios, among others.
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