San Pablo Airport
10km (6 miles) north east of the city
+34 954 449 000
Rebuilt for the 1992 Universal Exposition, Seville’s San Pablo Airport is a no-nonsense, highly functional airport, providing travellers with easy access to the beautiful capital city of Andalusia, as well as the famed beaches of the Costa del Sol.
Flights to San Pablo Airport are provided by a number of airlines, including several low-cost carriers such as Ryanair, Vueling and easyJet – offering short, inexpensive connections to leading European and North African destinations.
Seeing more than 4.5 million sun-seekers each year, San Pablo is a busy hub that has earned a reputation for being a much more pleasant, relaxing transit-point than other Spanish airports.
Cheap flights to Seville are hardest to find between May and August so book your flights early to secure the lowest fares.
Seville’s San Pablo Airport is a one-terminal building.
Getting into Town
Bus: Between 6:15am and 11pm, there is a half-hourly public bus service (€2.40) that runs between Seville Airport and the city, taking in the following stops: Puerta de Jerez, Palos de la Frontera, Pedro de Castro, Enramadilla, Avenida San Francisco Javier, Luis de Morales, and Avenida Kansas City (next to Santa Justa station). Be warned that the trip, though short (distance-wise), can take well in excess of an hour during heavy traffic. You’ll probably need to catch a taxi from Santa Justa station to your final destination.
Taxi: By far the easiest way to access Seville from the airport is to take an airport taxi. These taxis operate on a fixed-fare system that runs €15-€23. The trip into town (6 mile, 10km) should take a maximum of 25 minutes.
Seville Airport has two public car parks, P1 (with 886 parking spaces) and P2 (948 parking spaces). Both parking areas have full disabled access. Parking fees are €0.55 for the first 30 minutes, €1.50 per hour, €14.40 per day (up to four days), and then €11.45 per day from the fifth day onwards.
There is a very helpful Tourist Information Desk located in the arrivals area of the terminal building.
Money and communications: A bank, ATMs and currency exchange facilities are available in the terminal building at Seville Airport.
Luggage: There is a lost-property office located in the arrivals hall.
Conference and business: A conference room with capacity for 140 people is available for hire at Seville Airport, as well as a VIP lounge in the boarding area of the departures level, and an Iberia VIP lounge in the same area.
Other facilities: A chemist, first-aid facilities, and good access and facilities for disabled passengers.
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi is available in the terminal building, but you need to buy a prepaid voucher to activate it.