In the south of Spain, on the Costa del Sol, lies the city of Malaga, the capital of the province of the same name
With its beautiful beaches, picturesque villages and wild and romantic mountain ranges, Malaga is a unique landscape beauty. In addition to its beautiful landscape, Malaga is also known for its cultural heritage and the numerous cultural activities on offer
Highly interesting historical remains in the town and its surroundings still bear witness to its magnificent past, about which you can learn all the important and worthwhile facts on a guided tour. More than 6 million visitors enjoy the sunny and cosmopolitan city every year with its extraordinary architecture, beautiful landscape, great nightlife and fantastic fish and seafood restaurants
Facts & Figures: Malaga is the second biggest city of Andalusia, has nearly 600.000 inhabitants and a surface of approximately 400,00 km².
Malaga sights: There is a lot to see and discover in Malaga. Not to be missed are the Gibralfaro Fortress, the Palace of Buenavista, the Roman Theatre, the Alcazaba, the Cathedral, the Picasso Museum and Birthplace, the harbour and the bullring.
Beaches: Numerous beautiful beaches invite you to sunbathe. Enjoy an extraordinary combination of paradisiacal nature and highly interesting historical remains, some of which date back to prehistoric times. There are internationally known beaches with fine sand and clear water, as well as small lost coves with stony beaches
Nightlife: In this lively and cheerful city you will find a very lively nightlife all year round. Around Plaza Uncibay the main activity takes place with bars and clubs close together. Whether you want to relax in one of the many wine cellars or prefer to dance all night in one of Malaga's many discos, Malaga's nightlife will leave many exciting memories in your memory.
Specialities: raisins, wine (muscatel), ice cream, fried fish and anchovies, tapas, grilled or boiled prawns, kid, braised rabbit or partridge