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Malaga holidays offer laid-back Mediterranean vibes with a perfect blend of coastline and culture. Spend hours basking on the beach and revel in the watersports on hand before hitting the traditional tavernas and lively bars when evening rolls around. Crowned as the capital of the Costa del Sol, there is plenty to keep all ages occupied in one of Europe’s oldest cities, particularly if you're interested in its proud ancient past. History buffs can meander through the manicured gardens surrounded by cultured squares and reach the impressive towering fortress and Roman amphitheatre. Stroll through traditional Spanish streets and you’ll find countless boutiques and craft stalls worth browsing or you can stop for a bite to eat at one of the charming street side cafes, where foodies must try the local delicacy of boquerones (fried anchovies). Holidays to Malaga are popular with families seeking fun in the sun. You’ll find a whacky waterpark in Torremolinos (just a 20-minute drive away), beautiful beaches along the Costa del Sol coastline and plenty of colourful shops and markets to explore. We have a fantastic variety of hotels and apartments to choose from so you can ensure your Costa del Sol holidays are unforgettable!

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Places to go and things to do in Malaga

Malaga's Magnificent History

Malaga's Magnificent History

The Picasso museum is a must-see in Malaga but it’s also worth checking out the quirky Museum of Glass and Crystal, and the Museo Automovilistico De Malaga. Atarazanas Market dates back to the 14th century and was originally built as a ship builder's yard. Alongside its historic charm, you'll find local produce including olives, fish, fruit and vegetables here.

Sun, Sea and Malaga's Top Sights

There are plenty of places to park your towel on Malaga's 14km sandy beach. One of the most popular spots is Playa de la Malagueta, a manmade stretch with restaurants, bars, a children's playground and shops nearby. Next door you'll find Playa de la Caleta and Baños del Carmen, both backed by the pretty Picasso promenade. The city's coastal location means you're never too far from the action but can dip in and out of shops, galleries and restaurants when the mood takes you.

 
Calle Marques de Larios

If you like to shop, Calle Marques de Larios is a pleasant pedestrianised street near the harbour which boasts upmarket boutiques and shoe shops. The Vialia Shopping Centre has all the big high street names and there’s also the vast department store El Corte Ingles.

Malaga's Best Restaurants

Malaga is a foodie’s paradise with some of the tastiest tapas in Spain. Seafood tastes better by the sea, so dining at restaurants like Maricuchi on Pedregalejo beach is a real treat. At sunset, sip a cocktail in one of the port bars before deciding whether to dance the night away in a club or go to a fancy flamenco show!

Places to go and things to do in Malaga

Malaga's Magnificent History

Malaga's Magnificent History


The Picasso museum is a must-see in Malaga but it’s also worth checking out the quirky Museum of Glass and Crystal, and the Museo Automovilistico De Malaga. Atarazanas Market dates back to the 14th century and was originally built as a ship builder's yard. Alongside its historic charm, you'll find local produce including olives, fish, fruit and vegetables here.

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Sun, Sea and Malaga's Top Sights

Sun, Sea and Malaga's Top Sights


There are plenty of places to park your towel on Malaga's 14km sandy beach. One of the most popular spots is Playa de la Malagueta, a manmade stretch with restaurants, bars, a children's playground and shops nearby. Next door you'll find Playa de la Caleta and Baños del Carmen, both backed by the pretty Picasso promenade. The city's coastal location means you're never too far from the action but can dip in and out of shops, galleries and restaurants when the mood takes you.

 
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Calle Marques de Larios

Calle Marques de Larios


If you like to shop, Calle Marques de Larios is a pleasant pedestrianised street near the harbour which boasts upmarket boutiques and shoe shops. The Vialia Shopping Centre has all the big high street names and there’s also the vast department store El Corte Ingles.

Read More
Malaga's Best Restaurants

Malaga's Best Restaurants


Malaga is a foodie’s paradise with some of the tastiest tapas in Spain. Seafood tastes better by the sea, so dining at restaurants like Maricuchi on Pedregalejo beach is a real treat. At sunset, sip a cocktail in one of the port bars before deciding whether to dance the night away in a club or go to a fancy flamenco show!

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