Hello, malaga

Malaga might not be as popular as other Spanish cities, but a quick visit to the birthplace of Pablo Picasso is enough to win any visitor's heart. With a great mix of ancient history and modern culture, nearly 3.000 hours of sunshine a year, and several kilometres of beach, it's quite easy to see why Malaga has been described as "Ciudad del Paraíso" ("Paradise City").

To Do & To See

Plenty of things to do and see

Picasso Foundation

Picasso Museum

This beautiful 16th-century museum is a must for all visitors to Malaga, young and old. Thanks to the grandmaster’s daughter-in-law, Christine, and grandchild Bernard, the museum boasts a collection of nearly 200 works of art. Just a stone’s throw away at Plaza de la Merced the house where Picasso was born is also open to the public.

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Glass making

Museum of Glass and Crystal

The Museum of Glass and Crystal features a private collection of more than 3,000 pieces of glass, from a wide range of epochs.

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Malaga promenade

Puerto de Malaga

Puerto de Malaga is the port area in Malaga, home to bustling bars and restaurants. The perfect place for a stroll and a nice lunch in the sun.

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Iglesia de Los Martires

Iglesia de Los Martires

If you enjoy the history and splendour of old churches, Iglesia de Los Martires, right in the city centre, will certainly impress you.

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Malaga festival

Malaga Feria

Dance both day and night away at The Malaga Feria, a week-long festival of street parties. To get you in to the Fiesta spirit, the Feria kicks off with a huge fire work display - make sure to try out your Flamenco moves!

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Malaga coastline

Playas de Las Acacias

Escape to Playas de Las Acacias. This quiet beach is great for a relaxing walk along the sea, or a filling meal at a local gourmet fish restaurant.

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