Malaga City, gateway to southern Spain and the Costa del Sol, birthplace of Picasso and boasting one of the best climates in Europe. Underrated for so many years, Malaga City is now justifiably one of Spain’s hottest cultural, gastronomic and leisure destinations.
The city’s eclectic mix of Moorish, Renaissance and Modernist cultural landmarks are all within walking distance. The vibrant streets of the old town, the uber cool area of SOHO, where some of the world’s most important urban artists have left their mark, the super modern Muelle Uno port, with its Michelin star restaurants, cocktail bars and fashion boutiques, and no less than 15 golden sand beaches within the city limit, all come together to create a destination of excellence.
Find the perfect beach
Málaga’s beaches enjoy a privileged location alongside a great city with all that this means in terms of services and attractions. There are 14 kilometres of beaches in the city; they can all be easily reached and are all equipped with all types of high-quality services. In general, the beaches are separated from the urban traffic by a network of wide esplanades, making them true havens of peace and oases of tranquillity.
La Malagueta, La Misericordia, San Andrés, San Julián, El Palo or Pedregalejo are just a few of the 16 beaches that make up the city’s coastline, and which have all the necessary services and facilities to make them comfortable, accessible and safe.
Somethings for everyone
Think of the advantage of being able to combine, in one destination, a wealth of monuments, museums, culture and gastronomy with the possibility of stretching out in the sun or simply taking a walk along the beach. In the same city, you can delight in the genius of Picasso or visit a fabulous set of attractions such as the Alcazaba, Gibralfaro and the Roman Theatre, and at the same time enjoy some great beaches where you can relax and rest.