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In the south of the Iberian Peninsula, specifically in Andalusia, we find Malaga, one of the cities with the best climate in Spain. Its average temperature is 18ºC. It has been the cradle of artists like Picasso, Malaga invites you to live unforgettable experiences.

how to get around Malaga


Malaga has good public transport, however in you wish to get to know all the interesting places that this city has there is nothing better than travelling by car. Malaga is one of our main destinations, where we have numerous providers with several offices at the airport, port, train station and in the city.

what to visit in Malaga


  • Historic City Centre. One of the good aspects of Malaga is that all points of interest are concentrated in the historic centre of the city. Here you can walk along the famous Larios street, the Alcazaba, the Roman Theater and the Gibralfaro Castle and, why not?, have a drink in one of the many terraces that you will see during your stroll.
  • Go up to Gibralfaro Castle and visit the Alcazaba. From the castle and from the old Arab fort, you can enjoy one of the best views of the city. Get the camera ready!
  • Picasso Museum. You can not leave Malaga without visiting the museums of one of the great artists of the city.

There are many more places to visit in Málaga, you can travel to Nerja and make a guided tour to all Verano Azul settings, you can also travel to Puerto Banús in order to see some magnificent yachts or you can jump in for a swim in Torremolinos water park.

which beach should I go in Malaga


  • Burriana Beach. Do you remember Verano Azul (a Spanish TV series)? Because if you decide to visit this beach, you will travel to Nerja, the town where the famous series Verano Azul was filmed, this beach was one of their settings. You can enjoy the Paseo Marítimo Antonio Mercero, a walk that owes its name to the director of the series.
  • La Malagueta. It is one of the best known beaches in the city due to its easy access and the numerous pubs, restaurants and beach bars that surround it. In addition the beach has parking and different services such as lifesaving, footbath and showers.
  • Playa Campo de Golf San Julián. It is the most extensive beach in the city, you will be surprised by the contrast of its landscape as you can see from the sand the golf course. In addition, the beach has numerous services such as lifeguards, car parks and beach bars.
what to eat in Malaga


  • Fried anchovies. It might not be of any good for our colesterol level but they are delicious, if you visit Malaga you must taste them for sure. Typical are the Victorian anchovies that are 100% Malaga product.
  • Espeto of sardines. It is without a doubt, the typical dish of Malaga. Sardines roasted on a stick on a boat and with a flavor that only the waiters know how to get.
  • Ajobacalao. A kind of foie, with cod, garlic and olives, typical of Malaga Easter.
where to eat in Malaga


  • Mesón de Cervantes. If you're a fan of tapas, this is your place. You have plenty to choose from, traditional and more creative tapas, in all of them you can enjoy the true Mediterranean flavor. Telephone: 952 21 62 74.
  • La Brujhada. If you are looking for a more quiet place to relax after a day at the beach or sightseeing, La Brujhada offers you French cuisine recipes. Telephone: 951 46 98 27.
  • Restaurante Amador. Perfect to enjoy an ideal evening with good food and a view of Malaga that will make you want to stay there forever. Telephone: 952 43 28 62.