Málaga 2017-02-17T12:48:15+00:00

Málaga, the capital of the Costa del Sol, is located in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula and forms part of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, it is located in the heart of Andalusia between the provinces of Granada and Cadiz and enjoys easy access by land, sea and air.

Málaga is the perfect city for shopping while exploring the downtown core. The shopping street par excellence in Málaga is Larios, and Nueva and Granada are two other main thoroughfares in the city.

Its side walks are lined with establishments that cater to all tastes and needs where you find art galleries, all types of shops and lively taverns for a nibble or snack.

Gourmet cuisine is an integral part of Málaga ́s Mediterranean culture and personality and is reflected in all its dishes which are accompanied by wines bearing the guarantee of origin and quality of some of the most prestigious vineyards in the world. Málaga has numerous top-notch restaurants that blend tradition with innovation and have achieved well-deserved recognition.

They do not discredit, however, the “humble fried fish” whose reputation is well deserved: you just have to peer into any kiosk on the beach to enjoy a treat that will delight any palate, no matter how demanding.

The city is also well-known for its lively nightlife where you can have fun until dawn: discotheques, bars, playing dance music, pubs, funky establishments or typical wine bars offer a wide variety of possibilities.

With more than thirty museums, fifteen of them concentrated in the same area, Málaga has truly become a City of Museums.

Recently, has been inaugurated in Málaga, the Centre Pompidou Málaga, is the one that this Parisian art institution has opened outside France. The Centre Pompidou has been inaugurated in spring 2015 in an unique building, known as “the Cube”, which was built in 2013 in the special space of the seaport, located near the numerous cultural and tourist attractions of the city.


World famous for its fish, the city’s most typical recipes combine inland and coastal cuisine. Throughout history Malaga has been conquered by many … More about gastronomy

Museums and monuments

The cultural activity in the city of Malaga has grown considerably in the past few years, making it one of Spain’s tourist destinations with the largest variety of museums … More about museums an monuments


Malaga is much more that its monuments and museums. Bathed in fresh air from the sea, the city invites visitors to take advantage of its promenades and coastline at different moments of the day … Come and enjoy!

Beaches an nature

One of the biggest attractions of our city is definitely its beaches. We have 14 kilometers of coastline where visitors can enjoy a swim without the stress of large crowds … See more …

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