Malaga Guide

Malaga is one of the largest cities in southern Spain, situated on the Costa del Sol, and is also the capital of the homonymous province in Andalusia. With its recently expanded international airport and one of the most important cruise ports in Spain, Malaga city receives a constant flow of tourists throughout the year in search of the mild Mediterranean climate. Malaga is well connected to Madrid by the AVE high speed train that links the two cities in two and a half hours. We recommend you using a car rental Malaga company for your transportation needs in your next Costa del Sol holidays.

Malaga, Spain

Malaga and the Costa del Sol not only enjoy all year round a mild climate and 300 days of sunshine. The area offers a surprising amount of extraordinarily beautiful natural parks, beaches, golf and a highly developed tourist infrastructure.

The city is protected on the north by the Montes de Malaga mountain ranges and close by are flowing two rivers, the Guadalhorce and Guadalmina, into the Mediterranean Sea.

The city of Malaga combines both the casual and open character of the Mediterranean with a wide range of culture and entertainment, monuments and museums and is famous for its nightlife and fantastic seafood restaurants. The city is known for its long history and for being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and has since 2003 a museum dedicated to this famous artist.

Malaga combines perfectly modernity with its historic center, which is mostly pedestrian. Here you will discover the old Malaga and its many museums, while enjoying the terraces and shopping. Malaga aims to be the European Capital of Culture in 2016 and therefore considerable develops the cultural offer in the city.

Because the region is very popular among tourists from all over the world, we have prepared this guide with information, such as weather in Malaga, Malaga airport, Malaga photos, Malaga nightlife, Malaga beaches, Malaga hotels, Malaga CF and all sorts of information related to Malaga province.