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Malaga at a Glance

Malaga is a municipality, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. Malaga's history spans about 2,800 years, making it one of the oldest cities in the world. The city offers beaches, hiking, architectural sites, art museums, excellent shopping and cuisine. Malaga is the centre and transport hub for the hugely popular Costa del Sol region, which is flooded with tourists in the summer. The city also offers some genuinely interesting historical and cultural attractions in its old city. The province lies on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, and has 160 km of coastline with a multitude of beaches and marinas.

Area 395 Square Kilometers

Population 0.57 Million

Winter Temperature 12 C

Summer Temperature 25 C

Best Time To Visit April to September



María Zambrano, the city's sleek new railway station, is about a km west of the city centre and served by RENFE's high-speed AVE service.

Costa Del Sol


The Costa del Sol or Sun Coast is a world-renowned destination for a summer break. It's the perfect place to get your fix of Vitamin D and enjoy water sports, discover nature or just simply relax on the beach. The region includes some of Spain's most popular resorts, such as Benalmadena and Torremolinos.



This fortress palace is one of the city's historical monuments and is much visited because of its history and beauty. The Alcazaba is the best-preserved Moorish fortress palace in Spain. The palace was home to a number of Moorish rulers over the centuries, including the Sultan of Granada and the Nasrid ruler Yusuf I. You can walk along the walls to admire the views of Malaga below and relax in the shady open-air cafe before making the trek back down to the city.

Picasso Museum


The Picasso Museum is devoted to the most influential artist of the twentieth century. The two hundred and thirty works include huge collections which brings together the revolutionary innovations of Picasso and the wide variety of styles and techniques that dominated materials.

Malaga Cathedral


The Cathedral of Malaga is a Renaissance church in the city of Malaga in southern Spain. It is situated in the historic centre of the town. The building sits where a mosque-Moorish quarter once existed. The interior of the cathedral has Renaissance and Baroque influences and the sculptural works of Pedro de Mena are truly appreciable.

Mercado de Atarazanas


This place has a spectacular fish & meat section offering the best cuts in fish, meat, giant prawn, lobster and meat. But be sure to get there first in the morning if you want them fresh. The market is also a great junction for buying cheese along with fruits and vegetables at the best prices.

Calle Marques de Larios


This is one of Malaga's popular shopping spots where a majority of Spanish fashion is found. All the major retailers here, trade in smart street and evening fashion for men and women. Women can have a good time at Mango, Marqués de Larios 1 that offers quality trendy wear. For men's fashion, there is Massimo Dutti, Marqués de Larios 4, where stylish and elegant outfits can be purchased.

Centro Comercial La Trocha


Centro Comercial La Trocha is a very well built shopping centre in Malaga. It features many shops, which include home ware, clothing and accessories, as well as an excellent El Corte Ingles food hall. There are also many British foods, which are desirable for the expats. Furthermore, the La Trocha houses a multi-screen cinema hall.

Tandoori Mex


Calle Esparteros, 8, 29005 Malaga, Spain
Cuisines: Indian

Almacen del Indiano


Calle Cisneros, 7, Malaga, Spain
Cuisines: Indian, Spanish

Bar Manhattan


Explanada De La Estacion, 27, Alora, 29500 Malaga, Spain
Cuisines: Steakhouse, Indian, Pizza, Vegetarian


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