Malaga is situated in the south of Andalucia, at the Mediterranean coast known as the Costa del Sol. It is one of the eight regions of Andalucia and the southernmost coastal capital, with 600,000 inhabitants. The city of Malaga is located near Sevilla and Granada.
Populated for over 2,000 years by different Mediterranean civilizations, Malaga nowadays is a lively city that combines tradition and modernity.
Under the watchful eye of the Castle of Gibralfaro extends a lively and bustling city full of beautiful places, such as the Alameda Principal or the sea promenade of La Farola and it is possible to discover typical districts, such as The Perchel o Trinidad.
It is a city where we can enjoy the religious fervor of its inhabitants in its streets during Easter week, an event of declared International Tourist Interest.
In addition, its status as capital of the Costa del Sol turn Malaga into one of the most important tourist destinations in Spain, thanks to its mild climate, its beaches and the excellent golf courses. An excellent road network gives you full freedom to tour along the Costa del Sol with its many popular resorts or to discover some of the five beautiful natural parks or the lush Guadalhorce valley, hidden just a few kilometers inland.