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Recommended accommodation - Malaga, Andalusia, Spain

 
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Málaga is a big town in the southern Spanish province of Andalusia and capital of the Malaga Province. The biggest town on the Costa del Sol, Malaga has a typical Mediterranean climate and is at the same time known as the place of birth of most important Spanish painter Pablo Picasso. The town features exceptional shopping options, architectural sites, art galleries, treking and beaches. While more laid back than Valencia or Barcelona, Malaga is nonetheless the transport center for the hugely favourite Costa del Sol region, which is flooded with travellers in the summer months, and the town has indeed cashed in on the sun and sand, with plenty of brand new building in addition to resorts and facilities built for travellers. Nevertheless, Malaga as well features some genuinely colourful historic and cultural tourist attractions in its old town and its setting on the shore is still gorgeous.Its status as the capital of the Costa del Sol has made it among Spain's foremost vacation spots, because of its comfortable weather, its beaches and its spectacular offer of golf courses. Malaga is clearly the place to explore for those of us who like famous landmarks and cultural attractions. For those planning to spend their time sunbathing, Malaga is definately the place to be, as it is the region with the most bright days in the whole of Spain, has a very long, attractive and winding shoreline with other favourite places such as Torremolinos in the proximity and also boasts outstanding weather, almost all year round. In the course of your journey to Malaga, keep in mind to book in early in one of the Malaga holiday apartments or the holiday houses in Malaga to avoid disappointment.

Climate

Malaga has a subtropical-Mediterranean climate and an average of more than 300 days of sunlight. Its location on the Mediterranean sea means the shoreline benefits from chilly sea winds in the course of the summer season making the heat manageable. The region as well features Spain’s hottest summer months, together with Almeria and Alicante, with an average temperature level from November to March reaching above 17 ºC. In the course of the warmest month of July the temperature level ranges between 30 ºC and 35 ºC.

The old part of Malaga is the most colourful neighbourhood and is situated two mins walk from the brand new port all around the Basilica. The slim roads which wind off in all directions and the neighbourhood is ideal for evening walks, specifically in the springtime and summer season where you will come across a couple of the finest eating places and Tapas bars in the neighbourhood which sit alongside historical constructions like the Picasso Museum and cosy old Andalucian squares.

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The entrance is beside the Roman ampitheatre, from where a meandering path rises amid luscious vegetation: fragrant jasmine bushes, crimson bougainvillea, lofty palms and rows of orange plants. Thoroughly renovated, this fortress dates from the 11th-century Moorish time frame and the caliphal horseshoe arches, courtyards and bubbling water fountains are evocative of this influential duration in Málaga’s past. Don’t miss the little archaeological museum situated inside the former servants’ quarters of the Nazari palace with its exhibits of Moorish ceramics and pottery.

Similar tourist destinations in Italy: Benidorm, Denia, Granada, Lloret de Mar, Nerja, Playa del Ingles, Roses.
 
 

Town is recommended for

Suitable for older people, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Romantic trips, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Adventure and Sport, Girls Getaway, People with Disabilities, Families with pets
 

Malaga, Spain - General details

Arboretum, atm, botanical garden, speleology, churches, movie house, duty free shop, fitness centre, walking paths in forests, supermarkets, hospital, library, marina, water parks, theme parks, zoo, waterfalls, wine vault, rich gastronomic offer, tennis clubs, swimming, walking paths, sailing, rent a bike, fishing, horse riding, golf courses, surfing, water ski, mountain biking, mountain paths, paragliding, scuba diving, bird watching, casinos, hiking paths, rafting, snorkelling
 

Malaga, region of Andalusia - Distances

 
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    Malaga - Sevilla: 156 km
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    Malaga - Madrid: 416 km
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    Malaga - Barcelona: 771 km
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    Malaga - El Palo (14+ accommodation units): 6 km
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    Malaga - El Chaparral (1+ apartments): 7 km
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    Malaga - Cala del Moral (4+ accommodation units): 10 km
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    Malaga - Totalan (1+ accommodation units): 12 km
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    Malaga - Rincon de la Victoria (15+ accommodation units): 13 km
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    Malaga - Torremolinos (196+ accommodation units): 13 km
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    Malaga - Alhaurin de la Torre (7+ apartments): 14 km
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    Malaga - Moclinejo (2+ villas): 16 km
  • Airport "Granada", town of Granada (Ryanair, Spanair, Air Europa, Iberia Airlines, Formosa Airlines): 78 km
  • Airport "Pablo Ruiz Picasso", town of Malaga (Germanwings, Air Berlin, Air France, AeroMéxico, Royal Air Maroc, Finnair, Alitalia, City Airline): 8 km
 

Tourist attractions and sights

 
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    Malageta beach Malaga, 1 km from the centre of town of Malaga.
    Quite spacious man made beach that has been awarded a Blue flag, situated 10 mins from the heart of Paseo Pablo Picasso. There is a broad span of sand, some palm plants for shade, showering facilities and a couple of pubs. Facilities consist of: warning advice, rent of sunbeds, disabled access, car parking, public telephone and showers.
     
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    Montes de Malaga Nature Park, 14.4 km from the centre of town of Malaga.
    Situated a couple of kilometres north of Malaga, the Montes de Malaga Nature Park is an area of lush pine forest. Park has a number of lesser mammals, like the badger, the fox, the weasel and the genet. Among the greenery, the Aleppo pine is the predominant species. The park is located at the geographic centre the Montes de Málaga mountain chain.
     
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    Las Acacias beach Malaga, 4.1 km from the centre of town of Malaga.
    The beaches of Acacias and Pedregalejo are a bit outside the centre of Malaga and more secluded and refreshing. The beach has a variety of amenities for instance telephone, life guards, showers, access walkways, and parasol and sun lounger rental.
     
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    Palo beach Malaga, 6.1 km from the centre of town of Malaga.
    Palo is 1200 metres very long family beach with soft, fine sand. Infrastructures feature : bins, pubs, showers, dining establishments, car parking and a public telephone, sunbeds and parasols. Palo is a quite favourite beach for scuba diving and fishing. There are as well little fishing boats that add a touch of colour.
     
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    Torremolinos beach, 13.9 km from the centre of town of Malaga.
    Flanked by monumental resorts, bars, holiday apartments, dining establishments, this region is filled in the course of the summer months. This is the area also known for its outstanding dining establishments and chiringuitos.
     
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    Benajarafe beach Malaga, 19.9 km from the centre of town of Malaga.
    Very long and broad beach is perfect for parasailing and fishing from the coastline. You can hire sunbeds, private yachts and umbrellas. The beach is maintained to a high level of cleanliness natural. You can take joy in unaffected charm and breathtaking sights.
     
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    Almayate Bajamar beach Malaga, 25.1 km from the centre of town of Malaga.
    More than 4km long, pristine beach normally explored by nudist sunbathers. Beach is very well suited for parasailing, particularly funboard, as the waves can get quite large. Even though it is a nudist beach, it has a laid-back ambience and is frequently far from being cramped.
     
 

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