Hotels in Malaga
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Petit Palace Plaza Málaga
Malaga 70 yd from city centre
The location of Petit Palace Plaza is right in the center of city, behind the Cathedral. The port is 2 km away and enjoys...
Room Mate Larios
Malaga 87 yd from city centre
This boutique hotel has Art Deco design and rooms with free WiFi and an LCD TV. Room Mate Larios is just minutes from Malaga’s...
Malaga 187 yd from city centre
This aparthotel consists of luxury apartments in the historic centre of Malaga, next to the future Thyssen Museum and the...
Malaga 293 yd from city centre
The hotel is in a prime location for the city centre, just next to the main street.10 kms to the nearest airport (malaga)....
Ac By Marriott Málaga Palacio
Malaga 297 yd from city centre
This hotel is ideally situated in the city centre opposite the harbour and between the cathedral and the shopping street...
Malaga 298 yd from city centre
Located at the heart of Málaga where guests will discover a diverse selection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs,...
Carlos V Malaga
Malaga 311 yd from city centre
Set in the cultural and historic centre of Málaga, Carlos V Malaga is 50 metres from Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre. It...
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Capital of the province that shares its name, Malaga is the fifth most populated city in the whole of Spain. Situated in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, Malaga boasts an interesting mix of metropolitan life and relaxing beachside culture with a footing in the arts and a vibrant food scene. With its lovely mild climate, Malaga has distinguished itself as a reliable and unique destination on the Costa Del Sol
There are plenty of budget options for accommodation in Malaga offering visitors clean and comfortable places to base themselves for an exciting trip to the town.
Neighbourhoods of Malaga
Some of the must-visit neighbourhoods in Malaga include Old Town if you want to sample some traditional culture and exquisite cuisine, La Merced if you want to experience a night out with lively bars and music, and Soho if you want to experience some of the artistic culture of the city such as famous graffitied MAUS barrio.
What to see and do in Malaga
Attractions in Malaga include the iconic Teatro Romano, the Alcazaba, the Larios Monument, and the tropical Jardin Botanico. Of course, there is also a plethora of beaches in which to enjoy a relaxing day by the sea.
What to eat in Malaga
Malaga has many traditional dishes to sample, including the cold soup known as gazpacho, a medley of fried seafood known as fritura malaguena, a fresh salad known as ensalada malaguena, and a hearty winter stew known as migas.
Typical events and festivals in Malaga
If you are visiting in the run-up to Lent, then you can enjoy the annual Carnival in which celebrations are held throughout the city. In September, the city has a feast dedicated to its patron saint, Santa Maria de la Victoria. For music, the Verdial Festival in December is perfect.
How to get around in Malaga
There are many public transport links in Malaga from the EMT bus to the Metro to taxis and bike rentals. Train travel is also extremely popular, and tickets for several options can be booked through our website.
The climate in Malaga
Malaga enjoys a traditional Mediterranean climate, with the hottest month being August with temperatures of up to 80F, and the coldest month being January with a still relatively pleasant 54F. The summer season is understandably Malaga’s busiest.
More interesting facts and sights in Malaga
Did you know that Malaga is the southernmost large city in Europe and that Malaga is one of the world’s oldest cities, dating back to 770 BC? And did you know that legendary artist Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga? On average, Malaga enjoys 300 days of sunshine every single year.