Nerja Transfer FAQs

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Frequently asked questions related to our pick-up service at the Mala Airport and return

Frequent Asked Questions

If you have any questions you can contact us using the Contact Form or you can search through the following FAQs.

All our prices are per vehicle, no matter how many people (up to its maximum capacity).

You pay the driver when you arrive at your destination. You can pay him in cash in Euros, which is by now the accepted currency.
Yes, of course you can. Just make your reservation on the Transfer Booking Page or send us an email on the Contact Form with all your details and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
The driver will be waiting for you where you have agreed or booked. If you have booked one of our cheap Malaga to Nerja Airport Transfers, one of our drivers will be waiting in the hall of the airport holding a sign with your name on it.
This is not necessary because the driver knows your flight number, and will therefore be at the right terminal at arrival.
We have baby seats available. Just let us know when making your reservation of your transfer from Malaga Airport to Nerja and the seat will be ready at pick-up. And remember, they are free of charge.
Of course, all our vehicles run their proper taxi license from the Malaga Council. Same as in all European countries, all vehicles must also have at least a third party insurance, so our taxis and buses have an additional occupants insurance.
In case your flight is delayed, the driver will be informed, as they all carry mobile flight tracking systems. In any case, if you finally don't catch your flight, please let us know by sending us an email or text SMS.
Booster seats are available for free if you let us know in time, i.e. when you make your transfer reservation. Booster seats are mandatory for children at ages from 3 to 12 years and between 15-36kg.
Of course your driver will carry your luggage into the vehicle. You can use the trolleys to move around the airport.
Tipping is voluntary in Spain, so go ahead if you think the driver deserves it.
As usual, all cars have a quite large boot. However, if you think you keep an excessive luggage, please let us know to be sure your luggage fits in the taxi.
Unfortunately it is forbidden to smoke in public vehicles according to the actual Spanish law.