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from Donostia-San Sebastian to Málaga

You can get from Donostia-San Sebastian to Málaga by train, bus or flight.

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To get from Donostia-San Sebastian to Málaga on Sep 26 we recommend taking a train because it’s the best combination of price and speed.

08:57AMDonostia11h11 08:08PMMalaga María Zambrano
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$2231One-way
Cheapest
08:57AMDonostia11h11 08:08PMMalaga María Zambrano
1 changes
$2231One-way

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Sat
Sep 25
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$260Vueling
Sun
Sep 26
$124Flixbus
$278Vueling
Mon
Sep 27
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$141Vueling
Wed
Sep 29
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$135Vueling
Thu
Sep 30
$71Movelia
$171Vueling
Fri
Oct 1
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$191Vueling
Sat
Oct 2
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$128Vueling
Sun
Oct 3
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$100Vueling
Mon
Oct 4
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$91Vueling
Tue
Oct 5
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$70Vueling
Wed
Oct 6
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$79Vueling
Thu
Oct 7
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$102Vueling
Fri
Oct 8
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$247Vueling
Sat
Oct 9
$71Movelia
$148Vueling
Sun
Oct 10
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$93Vueling
Mon
Oct 11
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$129Vueling
Tue
Oct 12
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$198Vueling
Wed
Oct 13
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$79Vueling
Thu
Oct 14
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$106Vueling
Fri
Oct 15
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$123Vueling

Travel Information between Donostia-San Sebastian and Málaga

distanceDistance472 miles (761 km)
modeAvailable travel modesFlight
fastestFastest modeFlight • $23 (€18) • 1 h 30 min
carriersPopular travel companiesVueling

Travel 472 miles (761 km) by flight to Málaga from Donostia-San Sebastian. Vueling is the main travel company operating this journey. Travelers can even take a direct from Donostia-San Sebastian to Málaga.

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Important Stations and Airports for this Journey

Donostia-San Sebastian
Málaga
San Sebastián-Donostia
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