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Málaga has established itself as Andalusia’s and Costa del Sol's most culturally dynamic and exciting city. The city that gave the world Pablo Picasso has spectacularly transformed itself, with half a dozen new art galleries, modern port area, Soho art district and spectacular Spanish bar and food scene. A large variety of food culture, Michelin stars and delicious street food, local flavors and international cross kitchens.

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Costa del Sol & Andalucia Things To Do

All kind of activities. Water sports, cruises, day trips, family attractions and much more...

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Private Airport Transfers, from Málaga Airport (AGP) to Malaga city center
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All Private Taxi Transfers, all routes from Malaga Airport (AGP)
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Málaga and Costa del Sol has a subtropical climate. In the summer, from May to August, it’s always warm with clear skies. August is the warmest month and the temperature is around 30-35 celcius, daytime. September with moderate temperatures and fewer tourists is really good option to visit Costa del Sol in generel. March, April and November the temperature is around 20 celcius, daytime. January is the coldest, between 14-16 celcius.

Málaga, as a coastal city, beaches are never too far, within easy walking distance. Beaches are surrounded with moderate and reasonably priced restaurants. 

Where to eat and drink in Málaga?

Just get into this map. Use this map as your navigator from your hotel to your favorite restaurant. But hey, remember that hotel personnel and local people knows the latest trends!

Flights to Málaga, Spain

Málaga Airport (AGP)

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