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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Keeping airport guide updated in 2020.
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- Visiting Fuengirola all year round – What to do and visit!18th August 2020
One of the mayor tourist resorts along the Costa the Sol is Fuengirola, about 30 kilometers from Málaga Airport, which combines multinational tourism with both national and international visitors from especially northern Europe. This city is predominantly urban with many Hotel and apartment resorts and is more popular with families and middle aged couples, which […]Christmas lights in Malaga17th December 2019
Few days only for the Christmas lighting in Malaga, an event you should not miss if visiting the province from November the 24th in advance, day in which the switching on of the lights takes place. Come with us to know more about this great event.December in Malaga: Christmas and much more17th November 2016
I write this article not only for those who are thinking in visiting Malaga this Christmas, but for those who live here and are looking for ideas or activities to do in December. Christmas is celebrated in Malaga with lights and joy, the decoration in december take protagonism in the city centre and the municipalities.
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