MÁLAGA CENTROJoaquin was really friendly and helpful, the location was great, and the price was good.
CENTER LOWCOSTThe apartment fit to the offered, air condition, wifi working well. The flat is enough big for 4 adults or with 2-3 childrens. Not far from the city center and the beach 15 minutes walk. Bus station 5 minutes, railways 10 minutes walk, easy to find. Supermarket 5 minutes, market 10 minutes. We enjoyed our stay so much, Joaquin was very kind, hope we can come back again!
APARTAMENTO CON TERRAZA Y WIFI EN Málaga CENTROThe apartment was basic. It could have been more comfortable and stylish. For instance, the bed only had one long firm pillow on it so for two sharing it was a bit tricky for the lighter person to weigh their end of the pillow down! Nice terrace. The kitchen is not very comprehensively equipped although we managed. We were told in advance there would be a hairdryer but there wasn't. Wifi was provided to us intially but it didn't work. We were given a new wifi kit when we raised a problem with the owner. Reasonable location as could stroll into town. The named owner was really friendly. His wife was less so!
MALAGA ALAMOSBeautiful apartment, great location.
CASA NATAL PICASSO con WIFI GRATISWe were very happy with this apartment. 5 mins from town centre,10 mins from port and 15 -20 mins from beach, so great location! Good kitchen and cooking equipment, nice bathroom, comfortable sitting room and beds. I would definitely stay here again if visiting Malaga. Owners helpful and friendly too
PASEO DEL MAR.perfect
The Costa del Sol is one of the favourite Spanish destinations for tourists around the world. Malaga is its capital, a city that combines excellent beach weather with history and a deeply-rooted culture alongside exquisite cuisine. Pablo Picasso’s hometown is a place to enjoy the sun and the good food, the good life in general, as well as all the points of interest that it has nearby. Find apartments in Malaga and come and discover one of the most beautiful cities in Southern Europe.[See more]
The combination of history, culture and the good life in Malaga is a luxury within everyone’s reach. Don’t miss out on a visit to the Alcazaba, a Moorish castle from the 11th century in the middle of a city and perhaps Malaga’s most important attraction alongside the Picasso Museum and his birthplace. Its history goes back many centuries, partly thanks to its Roman theatre and, a few hundred years later, the construction of another castle, Gibralfaro Castle. After so many cultural spots, perhaps you want to relax on the famous Malagueta Beach or sample the Andalucian cuisine in one of the many restaurants that are close to your cheap apartments in Malaga.
Inside and around Malaga
Most of the attractions in Malaga are gathered in its Distrito Centro, the old town, a district divided by the river Guadalmedina where you can also find the port. Close to Malaga are the cities of Marbella and Estepona, two beach destinations that are part of the soul of the Costa del Sol. Further on are Torremolinos and Fuengirola, two cities that are well worth a visit and that are easily accessible from Malaga.
When to come to Malaga
It’s quite obvious that summer is the best time to fully enjoy all the pleasures that Malaga has to offer, when the temperatures are high and the weather invites you to go to the beach. If you prefer seeing the city in a more relaxed fashion and with the temperatures a bit lower, then come in spring or autumn, where you will enjoy weather of around 20ºC and less tourists around.
Transport in Malaga
You can get to Malaga by plane to its international airport, located just 20 minutes away from the city centre. Its bus network is an easy and cheap way of getting around, although renting a motorcycle or a bicycle is also highly recommended, as the weather is good and it gives you complete freedom of movement.
Festivals in Malaga
Holy Week is always a passionate event in Andalucia and Malaga is no exception to it. In any case, the province of Malaga has many cultural festivals that are highly original, like the one that takes place on the first Thursday in September in Torremolinos, where cuisine and folklore mix to uncover the local culture to tourists. A treat. Even more original is the Flour Carnival in Alozaina in February, a day when the locals come out with bags of flour and pour them over anyone who comes across them.