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Popular Flight Deals to Malaga (AGP)

  1. HEL-AGP

    From Helsinki to Malaga

    16.01.2019-

    23.01.2019

    From
    EUR 159
  2. VAA-AGP

    From Vaasa to Malaga

    11.11.2018-

    23.11.2018

    From
    EUR 286
  3. OUL-AGP

    From Oulu to Malaga

    18.11.2018-

    24.11.2018

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    EUR 301
  4. TKU-AGP

    From Turku to Malaga

    11.12.2018-

    16.12.2018

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    EUR 291
  5. LED-AGP

    From Saint Petersburg to Malaga

    23.11.2018-

    01.12.2018

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    RUB 19,492
  6. JOE-AGP

    From Joensuu to Malaga

    30.11.2018-

    03.12.2018

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    EUR 301
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Interesting facts about Malaga

YOUR PERFECT DESTINATION FOR A RELAXING SUN-SOAKED HOLIDAY

In the heart of Spain’s Costa del Sol lies the beautiful city of Málaga. Formerly known more as a hub for onward travel to nearby holiday destinations, the recent uplift has helped the city become a tourist hotspot in its own right. The city mixes culture and historical attractions with shopping, restaurants and sandy beaches, alongside a vibrant nightlife offering whirling flamenco shows and a whole host of clubs, bars and discos to choose from. Take a tour by the trendy harbour and watch huge cruise ships pass by, or grab a bite to eat at one of the many cosy tapas bars around the city. Did you know that Málaga is also the proud hometown of famous artist Pablo Picasso?

SIGHTS IN MÁLAGA

  • Alcazaba– the most popular attraction in Málaga, a powerful military fortress built by the Moors (medieval Muslim inhabitants of the region) on a hill overlooking the city on one side and the Mediterranean on the other. The castle Castillo de Gibralfaro is located just above the fortress and dates from the same period. Málaga's Roman theatre lies at the bottom of the fortress.
  • Málaga has around 30 museums to explore, the most famous being the Málaga Picasso Museum. Other museums include the Centro Pompidou de Málaga and the Museo Estatal Ruso de Málaga opened in 2015 plus the Málaga Municipal Museum, Museo Automovilistico Málaga (Automobile Museum) and the Museo del Vidrio y del Cristal (glass and crystal museum).
  • Jardín Botanico– a large tropical-inspired botanical garden in downtown Málaga.
  • Catedral de la Encarnación– a magnificent cathedral from the 1600s, located in the old city. Another impressive building is the Plaza de Toros – Málaga's great bullring.
  • Málaga is the capital of Costa del Sol and has several kilometres of beautiful sandy beaches. The most popular are La Malagueta and La Caleta. The beaches are located along the Pablo Ruiz Picasso boardwalk, which is lined with restaurants and bars.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO NEAR MÁLAGA

From Málaga you can easily get to other cities along the coast, and even across the Strait of Gibraltar.

  • Nerja– a village known for its Arab neighbourhood of whitewashed houses and a stalactite cave, Cueva de Nerja, approximately one hour from Málaga.
  • Cordoba– a village with a beautiful mosque (Mezguita), synagogue and the traditional Jewish quarter.
  • Playa Las Acacias– several beautiful beaches with the Blue Flag eco-label (a mark of water quality and beach safety), a few miles east of downtown Málaga.
  • Granada– the city with the Moorish Alhambra Palace, the Gothic Cathedral and the Arab Quarter of Albaicín, between 90–120 minutes by bus from Málaga. Some other great locations for swimming and sunbathing near Málaga are Marbella, Fuengirola and Torremolinos.
  • Family favourites – Aqualand in Torremolinos, Selwo in Estepona (a natural park with adventure activities) and Tivoli World in Benalmádena.
  • Gibraltar– take a daytrip across the Strait of Gibraltar to Morocco and visit the city of Tangier; remember to bring your passport when travelling.

SHOPPING IN MÁLAGA

The main shopping streets of Málaga are Calle Marqués de Larios and Calle Nueva, which lie parallel to each other. The shopping here is dominated by shoes and fashion, and most of the Spanish clothing giants are represented. 

  • El Corte Ingles– a Spanish department store chain with a wide range of goods, close to Calle Marqués de Larios and Calle Nueva.
  • Centro Larios and Plaza Mayorare two large shopping centres with everything from clothing and restaurants to bowling and cinema.
  • Mercado Central Atarazanas– buy delicious fresh vegetables, meat, fish, cheese and spices at budget-friendly prices. A great place to buy souvenirs, gifts or something tasty and inexpensive to eat.
  • Mercadillo Baños del Carmen– Málaga's largest outdoor market.

SPANISH FOOD & DRINK IN MÁLAGA

  • Tapas– miniature portions of various dishes, served cold or hot. Tapas are very popular in Spain and often ordered and eaten while standing at the bar. Enjoy them as small starters or snacks, or order several to make up a meal; in Spain it’s most common to eat tapas between meals.
  • Gazpacho– a cold soup made of tomatoes, cucumber, green pepper, olive oil, garlic and water, sometimes served with a hard-boiled egg or ham
  • Porra Antequerana– a thicker cold soup with the same ingredients as gazpacho, but without water
  • Ajoblanco– a cold soup with garlic, olive oil and ground-up peeled and roasted almonds. Served with white Muscat grapes
  • Gazpachuelo Malagueño– a fish and potato soup with vinegar. Served with hard-boiled eggs and toast
  • Boquerones– anchovies, often fried in oil
  • Boquerones en vinagre– uncooked vinegar-marinated anchovies, often served as tapas
  • Fritura Malagueña– several different varieties of seafood (fish, shellfish, squid, etc.) fried together
  • Espetos de Sardinas– sardines roasted on a skewer and grilled, often served at chiringuitos on the beach
  • Berza Malagueña– a cabbage stew with beans, beef, chicken, pork, vegetables and spices
  • Gachas Malagueñas– a winter dessert of fried bread pieces with a sweet hot sauce
  • Mosto– a sweet wine made from Muscat grapes
  • Moroccan tea house– known for a large selection of teas and other non-alcoholic beverages
  • Other typically Spanish drinks are sangria (red wine, fruit juice and ice) and Cava (the Spanish equivalent of champagne)

TRANSPORT IN MÁLAGA

Renting a bike or walking are the best and least expensive ways to experience downtown Málaga. Buses and trains are also affordable.

  • Bus– EMT (Empresa Malagueña de Transportes) has good prices and an extensive route network; avoid rush hour traffic between 2 and 5 p.m.
  • Commuter train– two lines pass through the railway station Maria Zambrano; Málaga-Fuengirola and Málaga-Álora
  • Taxi– pricy but efficient. Cabs with a green light on are vacant; avoid cars without a meter
  • Trixi Pedicab– a sidecar bike – a different experience for which Málaga is famous

Most Searched Deals to Malaga (AGP)

  1. From Helsinki (HEL) to Malaga (AGP)

    HEL - AGP

    24.01.2019

    AGP - HEL

    07.02.2019

    14 Days
    EUR 159
  2. From Vaasa (VAA) to Malaga (AGP)

    VAA - AGP

    04.08.2019

    AGP - VAA

    12.08.2019

    8 Days
    EUR 251
  3. From Oulu (OUL) to Malaga (AGP)

    OUL - AGP

    14.05.2019

    AGP - OUL

    21.05.2019

    7 Days
    EUR 271
  4. From Turku (TKU) to Malaga (AGP)

    TKU - AGP

    25.03.2019

    AGP - TKU

    01.04.2019

    7 Days
    EUR 251
  5. From Joensuu (JOE) to Malaga (AGP)

    JOE - AGP

    20.03.2019

    AGP - JOE

    05.04.2019

    16 Days
    EUR 251
  6. From Saint Petersburg (LED) to Malaga (AGP)

    LED - AGP

    02.07.2019

    AGP - LED

    10.07.2019

    8 Days
    RUB 19,492
  7. From Tallinn (TLL) to Malaga (AGP)

    TLL - AGP

    02.09.2019

    AGP - TLL

    16.09.2019

    14 Days
    EUR 217
  8. From Kuopio (KUO) to Malaga (AGP)

    KUO - AGP

    13.02.2019

    AGP - KUO

    26.02.2019

    13 Days
    EUR 251
  9. From Stockholm (ARN) to Malaga (AGP)

    ARN - AGP

    04.03.2019

    AGP - ARN

    11.03.2019

    7 Days
    SEK 2,351
  10. From Kajaani (KAJ) to Malaga (AGP)

    KAJ - AGP

    01.02.2019

    AGP - KAJ

    04.02.2019

    3 Days
    EUR 251

Weather in Malaga

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20°C 23.10.2018
Wednesday
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