Málaga is a port city on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, known for its high-rise hotels and resorts that jut out from its yellow sand beaches. On this modern profile, on two hills, rise the two enormous citadels of the city, the Alcazaba and the ruins of Gibralfaro, remnants of the Moorish regime. The city’s soaring Renaissance cathedral is nicknamed La Manquita because one of its towers was curiously not finished.
Its good weather all year round, its museums and monuments, and its beaches are more than enough reasons to visit this Andalusian city. Its Roman ruins, its Arab essence or following in the footsteps of Picasso is possible in a city that does not understand seasons. It is always a good time to visit Malaga!
Málaga is a „city for all tourists“, since it combines culture, art and a good atmosphere all year round.
The gastronomy of Málaga, full of skewers, sweet wine and many other products makes all its visitors and residents fall in love. In addition, on key dates such as the Málaga Fair or Holy Week, they cook their typical dishes and dance the well-known: flamenco.
Welcome to Málaga!