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Things to do in Malaga

Malaga is a thriving hotbed of Spanish culture and history. Located on the Costa del Sol, it delicately mixes local tradition with tourist attractions and is a great base to explore from. Immerse yourself in the Spanish way of life, with flamenco dancing bars, local tapas and wines, and great shopping in Malaga’s city centre.

As the home of Picasso, Malaga contains the Pablo Picasso museum, as well as others dedicated to expensive glass, vintage cars and more. Tee off at one of Malaga provinces’ 66 golf courses or explore the beaches along the city’s sea front, before venturing out to other coastal resorts such as Marbella, Estepona and the many picturesque villages in between. Choose from our carefully selected hotels, and combine with car hire to get the most out of holidays in Malaga.

Golf & Spa
Golf & Spa

The province of Malaga is home to over 60 golf courses and also offers specially designed golf hotels. Hire a car and drive around to experience the various courses. Or pamper yourself in a spa hotel; visit the Thalasso spa at the Gran Hotel Elba in Estepona or the Fuerte Miramir Spa centre in Marbella amongst others.

Les plages
Les plages

Malaga’s Pedregalejo is a sandy beach parallel to the promenade, just east of the city. Relax on Marbella’s Cortijo Blanco beach, with its mountain backdrop. Enjoy excellent swimming at Neuva Andalucia – El Duque beach in Puerto Banus, or explore Roman ruins near the Guadalmina beach. Try fishing, pedalos and local beach bars on Malaga city breaks.

La culture
La culture

Visit the Picasso museum in the home city of his birth, Malaga’s most famous son. The museum offers paintings from the private family collection. The Museo Automoitistico de Malaga is a fantastic private collection of rebuilt vintage cars, or view the 11th century Moorish citadel of Alcazaba. Take a trip to Granada, with its beautiful Arabic palace – Alhambra.

Food and nightlife
Food and nightlife

One of the best restaurants in Marbella is La Messina, with a seasonal Mediterranean menu and strawberry beer. Dine at typical beach restaurants in Malaga and Torremolinos, enjoying local delicacies such as fried fish. Sample and buy sweet Malaga wine in Frigliana village near Nerja, or enjoy the nightlife in Abisinia in Malaga; a bar and nightclub.

Activities/experiences
Activities/experiences

Take a 4 hour historic bike ride around Malaga and get a guided tour of nooks and crannies. Experience Kelipe, which offers authentic Flamenco in a small courtyard at weekends. Visit La Concepcion Botanical gardens, a collection of tropical and subtropical plants. Visit traditional equestrian shows like El Ranchito in Torremolinos or ride the cable car in Benalmadena to the mountain top.

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Malaga City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
Malaga City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Explore Malaga, the capital of the Costa del Sol, with this 24-hour ticket aboard an open-top, double-decker bus. You'll see all the main sights of Malaga as you hop-on and hop-off 15 conveniently located stops around the city. With great views from the top of the bus, strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary, this truly is the best way to see the sights of Malaga. Birthplace of Picasso, Malaga boasts pretty streets, leafy boulevards and lush gardens.

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