Welcome to Malaga, Spain!

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.

Malaga bullring

Malaga information

All the information you need to plan your holiday on the Costa del Sol can be found here at, including maps of Andalucia and other related information.

Aerial view of Malaga airport

Malaga Airport

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.

Photo of beach in Malaga

Towns & Cities

From detailed information relating to Marbella, Torremolinos or anywhere on the Costa del Sol, to the charming whitewashed villages known as the “white villages”, here we’ll help you with whatever you need.

visiting the museum

Top Attractions

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.

After visiting the city in the evening, you can relax on one of its beautiful beaches, or stroll through the picturesque streets of the cities and towns located throughout the province.

playing golf


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.

driving on holidays

Car Hire

From our website you can find the best deals on car hire at the airport. It is the most recommended way to move around Malaga, since the suburban train only runs from Fuengirola to the city centre.

King's Path in El Chorro


Visit our Malaga pictures section. There you will find a special selection of charming places you can visit, such as Ronda, El Chorro Natural Park, the Cathedral of Malaga and others. Don’t miss them!

Latest Updates

Sierra de las Nieves

A Natural Park in Malaga with villages you should not miss.

Malaga Fair

Know everything about this festivity in Malaga, we added recent information.

Caves of Nerja

Added history, opening times and guide of this tourist attraction.

Alcazaba in Malaga

Updated with photos and history of this monument.

Night of San Juan

Updated information and added typical Spanish rituals and traditions.

Malaga Airport

Keeping airport guide updated in 2020.


Follow our blog about Malaga to get last minute news, useful tips and incoming events on the Costa del Sol:

  • Golf Malaga. Credit Depositphotos
    Malaga in winter – High Season for Golf on the Costa del Sol
    16th November 2023

    When the sun and beach days of the high season in Malaga are over, the “other” high season begins for golf lovers along the sunny Costa del Sol during thw winter months.

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  • Malaga Christmas lights. Credit Depositphotos
    Enjoy the wonderful Malaga Christmas lights
    3rd November 2023

    There are two unbeatable reasons to visit the Costa del Sol in December: The Malaga Christmas lights and the perfect climate. If you haven´t been here during this special winter season you should definitely come and join us! The Malaga Christmas lights The world is la large place and there are undoubtedly some absolutely spectacular […]

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    The most famous Mysteries of Malaga – Not only for Halloween!
    20th October 2023

    Come join us discovering the most famous Mysteries of Malaga! Malaga is an ancient city through which have passed some of the most flourishing cultures in history. Its intrinsic streets and monuments also tell other kinds of stories full of mystery: Legends, fables, ghosts, psycho-phonies, disappearances and even sightings of unidentified flying objects. It’s up […]

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Pictures of Malaga