Almeria Airport

You can fly to Almeria from (last update 17.09.2023):
Regular routes:

  • Belgium:
    • Brussels Sud – Charleroi: Ryanair flies twice a week from march to october.
    • Brussels National – Zaventem: TUI Fly flies twice a week until november.
  • Czech republic:
    • Prague: Smartwings flies four times weekly from june to september.
  • France:
    • Paris Orly: Transavia flies twice a week from april to october.
  • Germany:
    • Düsseldorf: Condor flies once weekly from may to october.
  • Ireland:
    • Dublin: Ryanair flies twice weekly from march to october.
  • Luxemburg:
    • Luxemburg: Luxair flies three times weekly from march to october.
  • The Netherlands:
    • Rotterdam: Transavia flies three times a week from april to october.

Charter flights (summer). Look up with your travel agent:

  • Belgium: Brussels Zaventem.
  • Czech Republic: Prague.
  • Iceland: Reykjavik.
  • Luxemburg: Luxemburg.
  • The Netherlands: Rotterdam.
  • Poland: Warsaw.
  • Slovakia: Bratislava.
  • United Kingdom:

If there are no direct flights to the airport you were looking for, you can fly to Barcelona, London or Madrid and there connect with the usual flights to Almeria. You can also check direct flights to other nearby airports (about a two hour drive): Alicante, Granada, Malaga or Murcia.


Transport from/to Airport

The bus company of Almeria’s city (Surbus) provides a kind of shuttle service (BUS LINE 30 between the Airport and the Train and Bus Station (Estación Intermodal). There you can go by Metropolitan Bus Transport to all the cities and villages of the region (Adra, Almerimar, El Ejido, Roquetas de Mar, Aguadulce, Tabernas, Retamar, El Toyo, Cabo de Gata, San José, Aguamarga, Carboneras, Mojácar, Vera…). Click here to check the website of Metropolitan Bus Transport

Journey time: 25 minutes. 

Updated information on the official SURBUS website

Phone numbers
(+34) 950 222 222
(+34) 950 226 161
(+34) 950 251 111
From monday to friday (6am – 10pm):
           – Almería: 12-16€
           – Aguadulce: 26€
           – Cabo de Gata: 31€
           – Roquetas de Mar: 41€
           – El Ejido: 55€
           – Mojácar: 90€
From monday to friday (10pm – 6am), saturday, sunday and holidays:
           – Almería: 16-20€
           – Aguadulce: 31€
           – Cabo de Gata: 37€
           – Roquetas de Mar: 50€
           – El Ejido: 66€
           – Mojácar: 108€


However, if you want to move around more freely, in the airport you will find several car rental agencies (Europcar, Golden Car, Hertz). This option is chosen by many tourists, because Almeria Province has no real visitor-adapted public transport, except if you travel through the west (Adra, Aguadulce, Almerimar, El Ejido, Roquetas de Mar). Besides, a rental car is the best option if you want to visit places that are far away from each other such as the Tabernas Desert, its cowboy-camps and animal preserves; the «Cabo de Gata Níjar» natural park with all its beaches, getting to know the nightlife in Roquetas, Aguadulce, Almería or Mojácar…


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