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Destination of the month

Welcome to Málaga

Málaga is the gateway to the Costa del Sol but has become a delightful destination in its own right in recent years.

Flying to Málaga

Aer Lingus and Ryanair fly to Malaga year-round

 

MálagaYear RoundBook Flights
MálagaYear RoundBook Flights

Things to do here

Málaga is a delightfully compact city that is easy to get around on foot. The main shopping street is the marble-paved Marqués de Larios and the beaches are within walking distance of everywhere - the sweeping arc of fine sand that is the Playa de la Malagueta is only a 10 minute walk from downtown. The city’s architecture reflects its Moorish heritage and the Romans left their mark on the ancient city also. Malaga, as befits a regional capital, is also a city with a vibrant restaurant scene and one that likes to party late.

To Eat

  1. Los Patio de Beatas offers a contemporary take on traditional Spanish cuisine in a classical setting.
  2. El Meson de Cervantes is one of the best tapas bars in the city.

To Stay

  1. Molina Lario - close to the seafront with excellent views and a rooftop pool.
  2. The Room Mate Larios Hotel - luxury in a classical setting.

Museo Picasso Málaga Museum

Málaga is the birthplace of Picasso and this museum celebrates the city's most famous son. Some of the exhibits have been donated by his family.
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Jardín Botánico-Histórico La Concepción Outdoor Fun

Dating from the middle of the 19th century, these classical gardens host a great variety of tropical and sub-tropical flora.
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Catedral de Málaga Historical

Construction of the cathedral was first started in the 16th century and never finished. It's missing tower has led the locals to call it “La Manquita” or the 'One Armed Lady'.
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Spain Food Sherpas Food

Very much a great way to find the city’s hidden culinary delights is to take a Spain Food Sherpas tour.
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