The majority of our guests fly to Málaga, rent a car and take the one hour thirty minute scenic drive to the house, but it’s also an easy drive from Seville and Jerez airports. Madrid airport is a longer drive, but there is a high-speed train connection that arrives in Ronda itself, from where you will be able to rent a car too.
Málaga is the fourth busiest airport in Spain and is serviced by a wealth of airlines. The following list is not comprehensive, but should provide you with some options for travel:
From the UK and Eire
Aer Lingus direct from Belfast, Cork and Dublin
British Airways direct from Birmingham, Bristol, London and Manchester
easyJet direct from Belfast, Bristol, Glasgow, London, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester, Newcastle, Southend-on-Sea and Stansted
Flybe direct from Doncaster Sheffield, Exeter, Manchester, Norwich and Southampton
Jet2 direct from Belfast, Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Stansted
Monarch direct from Birmingham, Gatwick, Leeds, Luton and Manchester
RyanAir direct from Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cork, Dublin, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Shannon, Stansted
Vueling direct from Birmingham and Cardiff
From the USA and Canada
AirTransat direct from Montreal
American Airlines to Madrid from multiple cities in the US
Delta Air Lines direct to Málaga from New York or to Madrid from Atlanta, Miami and New York
Iberia Air Lines to Madrid from multiple cities in the US
Multiple European airlines, such as AirBerlin, British Airways, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air and TAP Portugal offer flights to Madrid and Málaga, but please be advised that these flights usually involve a connection in their home country hub airport.
From the rest of Europe to Málaga
AirBaltic (from Riga), AirBerlin, AirEuropa, AirFrance, AirSerbia, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, easyJet, Eurowings, Finnair, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air, Primera Air, RyanAir, SAS (from Helsinki), Smartwings (from Katowice, Poland - summer only), Swiss International Airlines, Transavia, Turkish Airlines, Vueling
From the middle east to Málaga
Qatar Airways are adding a new direct flight to Málaga in 2018.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Take a look at Málaga Airport’s comprehensive list of airlines.
Flights to Seville
easyJet from Luton
RyanAir from Bari, Cologne, Copenhagen, East Midlands, Manchester, Memmingen, Toulouse, Valladolid, Verona and Warsaw
Transavia from Eindhoven
Flights to Jerez
Condor from Frankfurt
Edelweiss Air from Zürich (summer 2018)
Eurowings from Hamburg