OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO MALAGA CITY

Malaga is famous for its beaches located in Costa del Sol. Its great historical heritage, gastronomy, festivals and its people turn this city into a unique place to visit. In addition, Malaga city has a wide variety of spectacular beaches.

In this Tourist Guide to Malaga City you will be able to find all the activities and the best recommendations for your visit. The history of Malaga is that of one of the oldest cities in Europe, marked by its location near the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in the Iberian Peninsula.

The city is the capital of the province. It is the place where the painter Pablo Picasso was born and where monuments such as the Alcazaba are located… In Malaga city we celebrate the Holy Week, proclaimed a Festival of International Tourist Interest. The province, washed by the Mediterranean Sea, has a 160 km coastline with many beaches and marinas.

The city of Marbella stands out, known by many as the European capital of golf. However, in the inland, the beautiful architecture of the white villages and the Old Towns of cities such as Ronda also stand out. Moreover, it has more than 15 protected natural spaces. Its gastronomic offer is fundamentally based on minor fish fry-ups (anchovies, red mullet, horse mackerel…) and typical recipes such as gazpacho.

ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR VISIT TO MALAGA CITY

Malaga offers the visitors its revitalized city together with an enormous historical and cultural heritage, inheritance of all the civilizations that have gone through its Bay. It would be impossible to list all the appealing points of the city but here you have the essential places that you should not miss when visiting Malaga city: Calle Larios, the Moorish Alcazaba, the Cathedral, La Manquita, the birthplace of Picasso and its Museum, Paseo muelle 1, Palmeral de las Sorpresas and the Tyssen Museum.

Discover the most important landmarks and cultural visits in Malaga that we have chosen for you in TUDESTINO.

OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO MALAGA CITY

Malaga is famous for its beaches located in Costa del Sol. Its great historical heritage, gastronomy, festivals and its people turn this city into a unique place to visit. In addition, Malaga city has a wide variety of spectacular beaches.

In this Tourist Guide to Malaga City you will be able to find all the activities and the best recommendations for your visit. The history of Malaga is that of one of the oldest cities in Europe, marked by its location near the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in the Iberian Peninsula.

The city is the capital of the province. It is the place where the painter Pablo Picasso was born and where monuments such as the Alcazaba are located… In Malaga city we celebrate the Holy Week, proclaimed a Festival of International Tourist Interest. The province, washed by the Mediterranean Sea, has a 160 km coastline with many beaches and marinas.

The city of Marbella stands out, known by many as the European capital of golf. However, in the inland, the beautiful architecture of the white villages and the Old Towns of cities such as Ronda also stand out. Moreover, it has more than 15 protected natural spaces. Its gastronomic offer is fundamentally based on minor fish fry-ups (anchovies, red mullet, horse mackerel…) and typical recipes such as gazpacho.

ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR VISIT TO MALAGA CITY

Malaga offers the visitors its revitalized city together with an enormous historical and cultural heritage, inheritance of all the civilizations that have gone through its Bay. It would be impossible to list all the appealing points of the city but here you have the essential places that you should not miss when visiting Malaga city: Calle Larios, the Moorish Alcazaba, the Cathedral, La Manquita, the birthplace of Picasso and its Museum, Paseo muelle 1, Palmeral de las Sorpresas and the Tyssen Museum.

Discover the most important landmarks and cultural visits in Malaga that we have chosen for you in TUDESTINO.

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