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About Málaga

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Málaga has reinvented itself as a cultural epicenter. In the past, just about every vacations here involved a direct trip from the airport to a resort on the Costa del Sol – but not anymore.

Nowadays, around every corner you'll find a museum or art gallery. Among the best are the Museo Picasso Málaga, which features over 200 works by Spain’s most famous painter, and the Centre Pompidou Málaga, a contemporary art museum crowned by a giant, multi-colored cube.

The Pompidou and other modern attractions call Muelle Uno home, an open-air shopping mall and collection of restaurants next to the Port of Málaga. Be a Malagueño for a day and treat yourself to a plate of "boquerones" (fried anchovies), then head to a back-street tapa bar in the center for some Manchego, chorizo, and Iberian ham. Afterwards, walk it all off through the gardens of the Alcazaba – an ancient Moorish fortress from the 11th century.

Málaga’s position between the mountains and the sea hosts a pleasant microclimate that keeps the beaches busy well past the summer. Malagueta Beach is the most popular with its high-quality facilities and beachside bars.


From $30 per night

This weekend

From $59 per night

Next weekend

From $67 per night

Most popular time to visit July-September
Cheapest time to visit January-March
Local currency € 1 = $1.09
Language Spanish
Average weekend price $98 per night
Average weekday price $107 per night
Average stay 2 nights

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Málaga reviews

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Malaga was amazing, the sights, the culture and the people.

April 28, 2020

Malaga was amazing, the sights, the culture and the people. The hop on hop off bus tour was very good. Amazing outdoor restaurants and Tapas! I really enjoyed the Museum and the cathedral. Really everything was amazing especially the fantastic service I got at Hotel Valencia. A man named Nacho really helped me out especially when the pandemic hit and everything was in lockdown. He graciously helped me get accommodation until I could get a flight home, back to Canada. He even made sure I got to the airport safely. I would visit Malaga again in a heartbeat! Thanks so much!!

Maureen Canada

The apartment was very clean and modern.

March 6, 2020

The apartment was very clean and modern. Good size for one or two people. I appreciated the coffee making facilities and snacks provided. Having to pick up the key from a different location is an extra step, but the two locations are not far apart.

Julie Canada

We chose Malaga to meet up with four branches of our family,...

March 1, 2020

We chose Malaga to meet up with four branches of our family, including our two year old daughter. Even though it was in February and not super warm, it was an absolutely magical area to explore, with equal amounts of cultural, historical, relaxing, and fun activities. We tried a different restaurant every day, and loved the variety and quality of the food pretty much everywhere. We enjoyed renting bicycles and scooters to travel along the beaches (head east to El Balneario) and had a lot of fun with the festive attitudes/activities of the large basketball tournament(sorry, I forgot the name) and Carnival. We never rented a vehicle in Spain, but booked an all day wine tasting tour of the nearby Ronda which picked us up near our flats which was perfect ( We also rode a bus to Granada for two days, which appeared easier than the train over to Granada, which we heard had been having some work done so there were many connections. Our favorite spots were El Pimpi, Grupo Gorki, Sushi King(I think that was the name, amazing sushi, right by the tunnel under Alcazaba), and any of the local tiny coffee/sandwich places. It is an amazing city.

Ashley United States of America

Loved the city - had a great atmosphere during the Carneval...

March 1, 2020

Loved the city - had a great atmosphere during the Carneval and on Andalusia Day (28th February). The old centre is easy to get around on foot and there is lots to do for a few days. The Alcazaba fortress was the highlight of my visit, but the Picasso Museum and cathedral tour were also great places to go. Enjoyed the Spanish food, with plenty of churros for breakfast, and lots of seafood for lunch and dinner.

David Denmark

Absolutely loved this location.

February 25, 2020

Absolutely loved this location. A lot to see, excellent sights to visit, superb restaurants, great places to walk, great bus system to local towns and so inexpensive. I will be back and be recommending Malaga to family and friends!

Regina United States of America

WE loved our first trip to Malaga.

February 20, 2020

WE loved our first trip to Malaga. Visited the Cathedral, Picasso Museum, market & the beach area and you could walk everywhere. Loved the food, tapas bars & eating at the market. The town was lively even in January/February. We will definitely be back.

Ann Heather
Ann Heather United Kingdom

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