Located in the south of Spain, Málaga is the sixth largest city in Spain and one of the main economic centers andalucia.
The sun shines more than 310 days a year in Málaga having one of the warmest winters in Europe.
Scenic country side and beatiful beaches, amazing gastronomy and good weather together with friendly people make the city the most important tourist destination in Andalucia.
Málaga is located in Andalusia where Flamenco music and dance started!
The archaeological remains and monuments from the Phoenician, Roman, Arabic and Christians eras make the historic center of the city an “open museum” that displays history of more than 3.000 years, even Malaga has more than 12 museums, the mmost important are: Picasso Musem, Thyssen Museum, Pompidou Museum, San Petersburgo Museum, etc…
Two worlwide know artist were born in Málaga: Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas.
Malaga is the Capital of the Costa del Sol but there are many other places that are well worth a visit! There is a wealth of things on offer in the surrounding region with each destination offering its own individual qualities. You can visit the ‘white village’ Mijas and wander the cobbled streets, visit the historic city of Ronda with is amaizing “Tajo gorge”and also enjoy his wonderfull wine. Go to Marbella and his famous “Puerto Banus” where luxury is in every corner