We are experts in transfers by taxi or private minibus to Antequera, one of our most popular destinations. Your driver will meet you inside Malaga airport to take you to your hotel in Antequera click here to start booking.
We have different models of 4 seater cars for your transfer to Antequera from Malaga airport. You can opt for an economical choice with our standard vehicles; we offer higher quality transfers with our Executive vehicles or you can travel to Antequera in a luxury high-end car.
For transfers of large groups of travellers to Antequera we have three categories of vehicles: The first is the Minivan with capacity of up to 7 people, in addition to our two types of Minibuses, one for 12 passengers and another one for up to 19 people.
“Antequera is an inland town located north of Malaga city, just 50 kilometres away. With over 40,000 inhabitants, Antequera is positioned as one of the larger towns of Malaga and also has many reasons to be visited.”
Especially remarkable is the number of churches in Antequera, a total of 33. Many are worth visiting but do not reach the greatness of the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria la Mayor which you should not miss. Next to the Royal Collegiate is situated the Alcazaba of Antequera with its wall and also a viewpoint from where you can admire another attractive spot of the town, the Rock Peña de los Enamorados. Like the vast majority of Andalusian cities, Antequera has its own bullring, which is located next to various points of interest like a park, a quiet square and, not very far a shopping mall. Walking through the centre and its surroundings is highly recommended and if you like wild animals you will be interested to know that there is a wolf park called Lobo Park.
In our opinion what differentiates Antequera from other interior destinations is undoubtedly the wonderful Torcal de Antequera. El Torcal located south of Antequera is a mountain range of eroded limestone forming very striking shapes. Moreover, in Antequera are situated the Dolmen de Menga, the Dolmen de Viera and the Dolmen El Romeral, three mysterious stone structures or dolmens that were placed 2,500 years BC and were used as funeral chambers.