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The Malaga area guide

Set along the stunning Costa del Sol coastline in the Autonomous Andalusian region, Malaga is not just a stunning Spanish costal town, it is also the cultural and historical focal point of the region. With a history dating back over 2000 years, Malaga is one of Spain’s, and indeed the worlds, oldest cities. In more recent years economic development in the area has focused on tourism and technology services, giving Malaga appeal to visitors and investors alike.

Sights and attractions

As a cultural home for Andalusia and Spain, it’s no wonder that millions of tourists visit each year, flocking from across the world to enjoy the rich history the city has to offer. From its Roman, Islamic, and Christian pasts there are examples of the influence these civilisations have had on the area - in abundance in fact. The Castillo de Gibralfaro and the Alcazaba of Malaga are particularly stunning examples of ancient fortifications, offering stunning views of the city below from atop its ancient walls. Many more examples within the city, such as the Malaga Cathedral, only serve to show how varied and spectacular its history really is. As part of more recent developments, the city has invested heavily in museums and there are now around 30 to visit. These include the Picasso museum which celebrated the famous artists’ origins in Malaga. For those less interested in this kind of art, the quirky Automobile and Fashion museum may appeal. To say the least Malaga has a wide range of history to offer for all tastes.

The city’s physical history is not the only draw to the area. With such a rich culture, there’s a plethora of things to see, do, and experience. With many festivals which draw visitors and residents alike into the streets in celebration, the city is alive with culture. The August Malaga fair sees hordes of revellers enjoy Spanish cultural celebrations with wine, food, and Flamenco dancing in the streets. The Malaga film festival - which showcases the best of Spanish Movies - is not only a festival for Malaga, but one enjoyed by all of Spain.

The regions climate ensures that almost every day is a day that can be spend outdoors, and with so many beaches, as well as an idyllic mix of culture, history, and pure relaxation, it’s no wonder the area draws so much popularity.

Restaurants and Cafes

Malaga and Andalusia in general are famed for their cuisine. Malaga offers Michelin-starred restaurants for those looking for a dish like no other, along with small and local tapas restaurants whose dishes have been made the same way for a lifetime. Calle Larios and El Palos are two areas worth a visit if you’re looking for the best the city has to offer. The later offers a local delicacy of skewered sardines cooked outdoors over coals. If its coffee or wine you’re more interested in, Malaga does not disappoint. With cafes in abundance, there’s no shortage of places to sit outdoors and enjoy a drink under the beautiful Costa del Sol sun.


Not only a historical city for sightseeing, Malaga offers excellent shopping. With all the shops you’d expect of a large city, Malaga also provides for those wanting a more upmarket wardrobe, with many designer shops and boutiques available. Calle Marques is a beautiful street, lined with shops and cafes, creating the perfect shopping experience.


Malaga is serviced by an airport of the same name and is one of the busiest in Spain. With regular flights to the UK, Europe, and worldwide, the city is easily accessible throughout the year. With a seaport and high speed train link, flying isn’t the only way to reach the city. Once in Malaga there are very good transport links via busses which allow easy movement within the city. For those looking to explore the surrounding Andalusian region, or simply looking for freedom to explore off the beaten track, a car is recommended.

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