Quick Guide to Malaga
Located on the popular holiday destination of the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, Malaga lies on the Mediterranean coast. The city is an astonishing 2,800 years old - which makes it one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, not just somewhere to get a tan! This means that holidays in Malaga can be all about the history, all about the beaches, or with a healthy mix of the two.
Boasting the warmest winter temperatures in the whole of mainland Europe, Malaga holidays can be enjoyed all year round, and with a large expat population all along the Costa del Sol, there are plenty of things to accommodate the preferences of us Brits. Most of the resorts, Malaga included, are very Anglo-centric, although if you want a more Spanish holiday in Malaga, you can certainly find that too. Even better, with so many resorts to choose from there are always great deals on last-minute holidays.
If you want to see more of the stunning coastline, picturesque villages and the area's top attractions too, then it's worth getting hold of car hire from Malaga Airport. The roads are easy to drive on, and once you get used to driving on the other side of the road you should have no problems at all.
Fab holidays for:
Winter sun, History, Waterparks
Palma de Mallorca Airport
Did you know?
Artist Pablo Picasso and actor Antonio Banderas were born in Malaga.