Known as the capital of tourism in Spain, Malaga boasts exceptional weather all year-round and offers a variety of tourist destinations on the Costa del Sol.
Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP) is the main gateway to Malaga. It is used by more than 12 million passengers every year (the 4th busiest airport in Spain). The new terminal 3 has boosted international flights, in fact, many airlines have increased the number of connections with Malaga causing an important reduction in flight prices.
Enjoy the best tourist attractions: Visit museums like the Picasso Museum, historic buildings such as the Alcazaba, the Roman Theatre and many more attractions that will make it impossible to get bored.
From a round of golf and top-class water sports to attending a Malaga FC football match at La Rosaleda stadium, Malaga is a paradise for sports-lovers. Not only are there plenty of sporting activities to do, but the climate is so good – with year-round the norm – that you can play your favourite sport whatever the time of year.
A Natural Park in Malaga with villages you should not miss.
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Added history, opening times and guide of this tourist attraction.
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Updated information and added typical Spanish rituals and traditions.
Keeping airport guide updated in 2020.
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- How is the Weather in Malaga in Spring?13th February 2024
How is the Weather in Malaga in Spring? Spring in Malaga is probably the most beautiful season of the year. Perhaps you already know that in Malaga there is actually no winter as we know it from the more northern countries and even from the north of Spain. You can find out in our related […]Gastronomic events in Malaga in Spring8th February 2024
Discover these delicious Gastronomic events in Malaga in spring! Many people come to the Costa del Sol in search of beach and relaxation, true. But you can’t really miss the many gastronomic wonders and the typical villages of Malaga. Away from the coast, there you can literally savour typical local gastronomy, tradition and folklore. Moreover, […]Spending Easter in Malaga23rd January 2024
One of the most popular events throughout the year that attracts a very high number of visitors is undoubtedly Easter in Malaga. Variable in date between March and April, as it is governed by the lunar calendar, Semana Santa (the Easter Week) is also the official kick-off to the start of the season on the […]
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