On vacation in Malaga, visit the ancient core of the Costa del Sol.
Visit its eccentric museums, relax on its sandy beaches, and marvel at its incredible architecture.
As long as you make time to sample some of Spain’s most traditional food and some of the region’s characteristic sweet wines.
Wander around the ruins of the Roman Amphitheatre during the day and stop for refreshments at the small chinitas.
Shop down Calle Lario before taking a taxi to Pedregalejo, where you can try fried fish and barbecued sardines served in antique wooden boats.
Then spend the evening watching Flamenco or viewing a horse performance in Andalusia.
Choose from a fantastic selection of Malaga hotels With a rich history extending back hundreds of years, this traditional Spanish city is filled with cultural treasures.
In the Picasso Museum, see relics from several periods of the city’s history, such as a Roman amphitheatre and Phoenician city walls.
Traditional restaurants and pubs offer a wide variety of local tapas and wines, as well as live entertainment such as flamenco dancing.
Relax on one of the beaches or hit the links at one of the Costa del Sol’s 70 golf courses.