Malaga guide

Malaga is considered the second most important city in Andalusia and the most famous tourist towns in our country belong to its province. It has a very important hotel and sports infrastructure and it is a city that is between the sea and the mountains, which gives it a very special charm.

With a privileged climate , it is estimated that it has almost 300 days of sunshine a year, so it is not surprising that thousands of people choose it to enjoy a few days of relaxation and good weather. Here is a brief guide to Malaga :

Airport : Malaga airport is international and has many connections with almost any corner of the world.

Places of interest : Strolling through the city you can find very interesting places such as the Historic District and where you will find many buildings of great interest. Throughout the city you will find wonders such as La Alcazaba, Gibralfaro Castle, the Cathedral Museum, Malaga Cathedral, the Roman Theater, the Episcopal Palace and many more.

Parks and gardens : In addition to a large avenue that crosses a good part of the city, you can find the most exotic and refreshing gardens that are ideal to go for a walk or to spend a day off.
Museums : In Malaga there are about 20 museums, almost all of them in the Historic District. The most prominent is the Picasso Museum, which is in the Buenavista Palace and which collects a large part of the work of the painter from Malaga.

Gastronomy : Malaga gastronomy, like all Andalusian cuisine, is a delight. Its specialty is fish and you can find it cooked in a thousand different ways either for a tapa or for a portion. Seafood is also very good as it is from the area.