Málaga, in southern Spain and on the Mediterranean coast, is a city with a long history and a thriving culture. Founded by Phoenicians in the eighth century BC, Malaga has a long and illustrious history.

A diverse and fascinating cultural heritage has been left behind by the numerous cultures that have called it home over the years, including Romans, Moors, and Catholics. Multiple museums and historical locations can be found in the city, including the 14th-century Gibralfaro and the 11th-century Alcazaba fortress.

Its extensive coastline is home to several stunning beaches, including the well-known La Malagueta and Pedregalejo, and there are plenty of opportunities for water sports like swimming, snorkeling, and sailing.

Malaga is well known for its delicious cuisine, which combines elements of Spanish, Moroccan, and Mediterranean cultures. You can savor fresh seafood, tapas, and other regional specialties at any of the city's numerous eateries, cafes, and markets.

Its thriving nightlife is comprised of clubs, and live music venues. In particular during the summer, the city is renowned for its lively atmosphere.

All things considered, Málaga is a fantastic place to visit if you want to take in southern Spain's tradition, heritage, and natural splendor.

  • Calendar InfoBest time to visit
    Mar, Apr, May, jun, Oct, Nov
  • Language SpokenLanguage Spoken
    Spanish
  • WeatherWeather
    HOT Feb

Reasons to visit Malaga

History History
Friends Friends
Family Family
Beaches Beaches
Adventure Adventure
Hiking Hiking

Helpful tips for Malaga

  • Buy the multi-journey bus ticket called 'bonobus'.
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