Picturesquely situated in a bay surrounded by mountains and bounded by the rivers Guadalmedina and Guadalhorce, Malaga with its two thousand-eight hundred years of history is one of the oldest cities in Europe.
The city experienced the greatest civilizations of the Mediterranean, from the Phoenicians and the Greeks to the Romans, thanks to the strategic location of the port, an important site along the trade routes since ancient times.
This introduction is to say that Malaga is not only the capital of the Costa del Sol, a destination known throughout the world since the beginning of the tourist boom in this area, where the climate, the sea, beaches and golf courses represent an irresistible attraction for national and international tourists. If you plan to spend your holidays in Malaga or surroundings, dedicate at least one day to visit the city.
Thanks to the year-round magnificent weather you can nearly always go to the beach in Malaga. From family-friendly beaches such as ‘El Palo’ to manmade beaches such as ‘La Malagueta’, there are sandy stretches for everyone on Malaga’s coast.
Stroll down Málaga’s main street and learn more about the Marqués de Larios. Arrive at the Plaza de la Constitución, where most of the city’s social events are held.