TOLL roads in Malaga are among the most expensive in Spain during high season, it has been revealed. The province’s toll roads are beaten only by certain stretches in the Balearics, Barcelona, Vizcaya and Madrid.
Driving on the Las Pedrizas (AP-46) and Costa del Sol (AP-7) motorways during high season costs 17 cents per kilometre, whereas driving the same distance on the toll road between Sevilla and Cádiz costs just seven cents all year round.
A study carried out by European motoring group (AEA), on toll roads in Spain during the year 2016, showed wide differences in price depending on the time of year, the day of the week and even the time of day when the car trip is made.
Toll road fees are regularly hiked during summer holidays and Easter, some of them almost doubling in price during high season.