Summer holidays in Malaga

Summer is here and with it the holiday season: There are many holiday destinations, but anyone who has ever spent a summer holiday in Malaga, the sunniest city in Spain, will probably come again to the capital of the Costa del Sol.


Malaga cruise port

Accommodation options are available from hotels with all-inclusive offers, to pensions, apartments and holiday homes, camping and first-class five star hotels and villas. Malaga has more than half a million inhabitants, being the sixth largest city in Spain through which flows the River Guadalmedina. Malaga is also known as a shopping town; the hustle and bustle of the street Larios Malaga is unique and differs from other European cities. For the holidays, the city and its surroundings offer besides the sea and beach also culture and nature.

The fine sandy beach on the Costa del Sol stretches from Nerja to Manilva and has a total length of 160 kilometers; here you can lay in the sun, swim in the sea or practice water sports. The beaches are all accessible on foot or by public transport and they have everything you need for a pleasant holiday. In the restaurants, bars and small shops you can find everything you need at the beach.

In order to explore the surroundings of Malaga, some visitors might enjoy biking and walking tours in Malaga; other might prefer a comfortable tour with a car hire in Malaga: the quiet and beautiful area offers scenic forests and meadows and streams that accompany the tourists on the tour through the mountainous hinterland of Malaga.

For those interested in culture Malaga offers some interesting buildings like the Alzacaba fortress and the Castillo de Gibralfaro, as well as museums and the old town with its narrow streets and lovingly restored buildings. Friends of Renaissance buildings might like to visit the Cathedral of Malaga with its Baroque facade. Malaga is the birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Picasso and the city has an excellent museum with works of this great artist.

But Malaga still has much more to offer. In this ancient port city beats the heart of the joyful spirit of the south, with a friendly and open character of its people. The locals enjoy being out in the streets, which is reflected in a lively atmosphere day and night. Malaga is famous for its animated nightlife and for its excellent cuisine based on fresh products from the fertile land and sea.

There are a thousand and one reasons to visit Malaga, and each one of them will make you want to return.

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