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Malaga city - guide to Malaga rent holiday Apartments and Villas in and around Malaga. See also hotels in Malaga and the history of Malaga including additional images.

The city of Malaga is a very popular tourist destination and as such has large numbers of visitors each year. There are various very cheap charter flights to and from Malaga airport. Many people come to appreciate the good weather and fine beaches of the Costa del Sol. From Malaga, other cities of Andalucia, like Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada, can be reached by train, bus or car.

Alcazaba Cathedral bell tower Picasso museum

Malaga Port

Alcazaba

Cathedral bell tower
Picasso museum
Malaga Port

Today, Malaga is a modern city, with its important commercial port, expanding international airport and university. Capital of the Costa del Sol , it is one of the main tourist regions in the Spanish peninsula and enjoys an exceptional climate throughout the year.

Old Malaga Amphitheatre Port gateway Malaga & mountains

Malaga is also the city where Pablo Picasso was born and is proud to celebrate this fact. There is now a permanent exhibition of some of his work in the Picasso Museum which is situated in the old town near the Cathedral.

Old Malaga
Amphitheatre
Port gateway
Malaga & mountains

In this part of Malaga you are close to its history with the Roman Amphitheatre, Alcazaba, and Castillo de Gibralfaro all within easy walking distance. A beautiful walk leads from the Alcazaba to the Castillo from where there is a fabulous view over the city and harbour.

As well as being a cultural centre Malaga is also a great place to shop and eat out. The best known local fare in Malaga is pescaito frito, an assortment of fried fish, including small sardines and red mullet, best washed down with a glass of ice cold fino.

Article written and the photos of Malaga were taken by Jane Young and are copyrighted. http://www.joy-tothe-world.com

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