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Spain's Malaga is a large city in Aldalucia. Sitting on the popular Costa del Sol it is famous for having been the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. It is a popular place for a beach holiday, but the city also contains some interesting cultural and historical attractions.
Malaga Airport is one of the biggest in Europe, and it serves as a major gateway to the Costa del Sol. Ferries connect the city with North Africa's Melilla. Many buses ply routes all across Spain, and trains also provide good links between Malaga and the rest of the country. Many visitors to Malaga either hire a car to enjoy the sights, take organised tours, or walk between their hotels and the beaches, bars, and shopping areas.
Alcazaba is an 11th century Moorish casle perched on a hill in the centre of the city. Nearby, you can also visit the ruined remains of a Roman Theatre. Castillo de Gibralfaro is another Moorish castle. Malaga Cathedral is a popular attraction, as is the historic bullring. The botanic garden is worth a quick visit, and offers pretty city views.
No visit to Malaga is complete without learning a bit more about its famous son and seeing some of his works. Visit Picasso's birthplace and the Picasso Museum.
Some of Malaga's other museums include the Museo Carmen Thyssen, the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, the fun Interactive Museum of Music, the Wine Museum, the Museo del Vidrio y el Cristal, and the Museo Revello de Toro.
As well as the beaches, you can also enjoy active rock climbing.
Some local specialities include seaffod, sangria, paella, mosto wine, and espetos – grilled sardines on a stick. The ightlife is pumping and the party never stops.
Browse our Malaga Holidays or the Malaga Airport guides for further details and hot travel tips. Country travel information is available at our Spain Holidays guide.