Malaga is also home to one of Andalucia's most impressive moorish fortresses, the Alcazaba, and Europe's best tropical gardens, the Jardin La Concepcion. The monumental Roman theatre and the splendid city Cathedral can be found strolling around the pedestrianised old town, packed with cafes and restaurants.
10 Reasons to Fall in Love with Malaga
- Europe's best climate - Malaga enjoys the warmest winters of any big European city and more than 300 days of sunshine.
- It's the right size for a great city break - Malaga has everything a large city can offer but is compact enough to explore with ease
- One of Spain's most cosmopolitan cities - bursting with things to see & do
- Southern Spain's art and cultural capital - one of the highest concentrations of museums in Europe.
- Andalucia's Food and Wine Capital - From "Tapas" to the most sophisticated gastronomy and wines.
- Natural Málaga - close to the Montes de Malaga Natural Park, a coastal mountain range with a wealth of fauna and flora.
- Historic centre - Andalucia's best preserved moorish castle and palace.
- Southern Europe's best tropical gardens have an open-air collection of tropical flora from the five continents.
- Picasso - birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the world-famous painter and sculptor, one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.
- Easy and quick to get there - no long journey times. Direct flights from 16 UK airports, it;s practically on your doorstep.
We can organise your trip to Malaga to reflect your interests: art and history, food and wine, fiestas and culture...
Eat tapas, drink and relax the Malagueño way
Stroll along the beachfront and exotic gardens enjoying the Mediterranean sea breeze. Explore the old town with side streets packed with cafes and restaurants.
Travel through history
Most of Malaga's ancient monuments can be found strolling around the pedestrianised old town.
The impressive 11th century Alcazaba fortress and royal residence is one of the best examples of Islamic architecture in Spain.
Not to be missed is the C1st BC Roman Theatre as well as the Gothic, Rennaisance and Baroque churches of the city.
The Museum Capital of Southern Europe
Some of the city's 29 museums rank amongst Spain's finest, such as the Carmen Thyssen Art Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum, the outstanding Car Museum, the Alborania Sea Museum, the Wine Museum, the Glass Museum - the Pompidou, or the world-famous Picasso museum.
Outdoors and Wildlife
With oustanding views over the Mediterranean, the Montes de Malaga Natural Park is a favourite amongst hillwalkers, mountain bikers and horse riders.
Also on Malaga's doorstep is the Guadalhorce River Estuary Natural Area, a birdwatcher's paradise.
As the most cosmopolitan city in Andalucia, Malaga boasts some of the best variety of accommodation in southern Spain.
Moreover, the city has undergone a true culinary revolution which has transformed it into one of the Mediterranean's top gastronomic destinations.
Malaga is the proud hometown of Pablo Picasso, the world-famous painter and sculptor, one of the greatest an most influential artists of the 20th century.
His BirthPlace Museum and the Picasso Malaga Museum, which holds 155 of his works, are places of pilgrimage for dedicated Picasso fans.
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