Malaga is an ideal destination to enjoy its culture and the most recommendable starting point to set out on the best routes throughout the Costa del Sol.
Malaga has been positioned as the second most important city in Andalusia and is currently one of the most coveted destinations by the national and international tourism. It’s strategically situated between the sea and the mountains. Its excellent geographic location and its privileged climatology allow practically 300 days of sun a year.
The city is situated strategically, in such a way that it’s ideal to set interesting itineraries. It’s located 60 kms away from Marbella; 100 kms away from Ronda; 130 from Granada; and 210 from Seville.
Due to its rich group of museums in Malaga, it’s also known as “the city of museums”. There are currently more than 19 museums, 15 of them situated in the old quarter. The most famous one is the Picasso Museum, located in the Buenavista Palace.
The hotels in Malaga can satisfy the expectations of any visitor, as it’s an ideal destination for both business and leisure.
As far as the gastronomy is concerned, we can find very good beach bars (chiringuitos), as well as a wide offer of specialised restaurants.