Malaga Vacations

The birthplace of Pablo Picasso is a laid-back Spanish port city in the region of Andalucia . There is a major museum dedicated to the city’s favorite son, the Museo Picasso Málaga , showcasing his paintings and drawing visitors who stay to enjoy the dynamic, open-till-all-hours nightlife, tranquil beaches, and …

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Things to see and do in Malaga

Terry Wha | FlickrTivoli World
Tivoli World
Michael C | Trip by SkyscannerMuseo Picasso Málaga
Museo Picasso Málaga
montuno | FlickrTeleférico Benalmádena
Teleférico Benalmádena
nachof | FlickrLa Alcazaba
La Alcazaba
Nick Kenrick. | FlickrMijas Pueblo
Mijas Pueblo
Gotardo | FlickrPuerto de Málaga
Puerto de Málaga
Andy_Mitchell_UK | FlickrMariposario de Benalmadena
Mariposario de Benalmadena
MedPlaya Hotels | Trip by SkyscannerSelwo Marina
Selwo Marina
MedPlaya Hotels | Trip by SkyscannerEl Chorro Gorge
El Chorro Gorge
angeldp | FlickrPlaza Mayor
Plaza Mayor

Reviews of Malaga

Georgia  Buck
Georgia Buck

very easy to get to all sights, beautiful beaches and a perfect mix of old and new

Andy Wallace
Andy Wallace

Beautiful City, great people, amazing history, the beach, the city! It’s got everything!

Catriona  Murphy
Catriona Murphy

Wonderful girls trip away, we stayed Barceló Malaga with its roof top pool and easy access from the train station. Recommend the Turkish baths in the old town - superb. Food was top notch. Looking forward to returning some day.

Catherine  Dixon
Catherine Dixon

Great place in Spain to spend a few days exploring matters Picasso, Antonio Banderas and tapas. Malaga really is the gateway to the Costa del Sol. Go to all the historic places in the guide book, find the out of the way tapas bars and Plaza Antonio Banderas. Picasso Museum is brilliant. Not much to the birthplace. Some late night places and an Irish bar.

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