Apartment, Holiday Rentals & Accommodations in Malaga
Visit the beautiful Spanish coastal town of Malaga
for a relaxing holiday on the edge of Mediterranean sea. There’s lots to see and do in this pretty city in Andalucía
including many ancient buildings to discover, pretty streets to walk down and beaches to chill out on. Beyond its reputation as a city of high rise buildings and hen nights, Malaga is cosmopolitan and cultured and it is a city waiting to be explored. There are plenty of hotels, bed and breakfast and hostels in Malaga, but if you’d like to stay in cheaper and more personal accommodation, why not choose to stay in a Wimdu apartment, villa or guest room in Malaga? We have historical city centre apartments, rooms with views of the sea and beach villas to offer you.
Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga in 1881!
The famous Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas is also from Malaga!
The province of Malaga produces a lot of wine and sugar.
It might be an odd tourist attraction but Malaga cemetery is popular with visitors!
13 million people head to Malaga and its beaches every year!
Things to do in Malaga
There’s plenty to do in this beautiful city on the Costa del Sol
. Culturally the region is very rich and diverse and many artists live in Malaga and the surrounding area. Anyone visiting the city should visit the Picasso Museum
which houses a good deal of his work. It is one of the few museums to showcase works from each of the seven periods of his creative life. Two major art museums in Malaga, the Centro De Arte Contemporáneo
and Museo de Málaga
showcase works from as early as the 18th century up until the present day.
Malaga has two historic forts – Alcazaba
. Both were built to protect the city and these castles designed in the Moorish style are well worth discovering for yourself. Located nearby is also something of interest – a remarkable Roman amphitheater that was left undiscovered until 1951! Malaga Cathedral
is also worth visiting. This beautiful cathedral is vast and contains some impressive columns and ornate decoration. It costs 5 euros to enter but is totally worth it!
If you are looking for a bit of peace and a break from the city head to Malaga’s botanical gardens called ‘La Conception
’. These impressive gardens were put together by two of Malaga’s richest families. There are amazing plants and trees from all over the world and excellent lunch to be enjoyed in the café. It costs 5 euros to enter and for 3 euros extra you can get a guided tour!
Malaga is in the heart of the Costa Del Sol region of Spain and there is plenty of fun things to do in the area. Golfing
is particularly popular and there are over 40 golf courses in the Costa Del Sol. There are also great shopping opportunities in the region. Puerto Banus
is home to many international brand names and Calle San Miguel
is home to Torremelinos street – famous for its jewelry shops.
is one of the best airports in Spain and has many affordable connections with the United Kingdom and other major European countries. Malaga Airport is located along the coast south of Malaga and getting into the city from the airport by bus takes 25 minutes. Buses run frequently and is by far the best option for reaching the city. Travelling by bus is also the best option for getting around Malaga and the service is efficient and inexpensive. There are good day trip options open to those looking to explore outside of the city. The city of Granada
is located to the east inland of Malaga and is where the famous Alhambra palace
is located. This palace is a stunning example of Moorish architecture and a place that everyone should visit at some point in their lives! The pretty town of Mijas
, set high up in the hills above Malaga, is also worth visiting. It is one of the regions ‘white cities’ which are famous for their prettiness.