With an excellent climate all year round, Malaga significantly attracts tourists from all over the continent. It’s an ideal destination for those travellers looking for sun and beaches, attractions that are promoted with its leisure offer.
The beaches in Malaga are located in the very capital city. These beaches have all the equipment and communications that a visitor would desire. Along its 14 kms of coast, Malaga offers its holidaymakers a total of 16 beaches, of which, the most popular are: La Malagueta, La Misericordia, El Palo or Pedregalejo.
The city also offers plenty of monuments and museums that are highly recommendable to visit, as they are a true witness of over three thousand years of Malaga’s history.
Some of the most important and emblematic places to visit are: the Gibralfaro Castle, the Cathedral, the Alcazaba, the Roman Theatre, the Bishop’s square, the Constitution square or the Genoa fountain. It’s very pleasant to stroll along the popular Marqués de Larios pedestrian street.
Picasso’s role in Malaga city is witnessed in many streets and some strategic points of the city, like Picasso’s Place of Birth or the Picasso Museum.
You’ll find a wide range of hotels in Malaga so you can stay within walking distance from all the aforementioned tourist attractions… All you have to do is choose a date for your trip and book with as much time ahead as possible.