We are among those who believe that a city differs not only because of what it has, but also because of what it is and what it transmits.
A clear example of this is the Soho neighborhood, also known as the Arts District. From this special point in the center of Málaga you can easily explore the city en enjoy all that Málaga has to offer.
One of the best things about being in Málaga, especially on a sweltering summer’s day, is the city’s proximity to a cluster of superb beaches. The fine sand provides the perfect setting for a refreshing dip and a dose of Andalusian sun.
Best beaches to enjoy: Malagueta playa, Caleta Playa, Baños del Carmen, Pedregalejo playa, El Palo playo, El Candado playa, Huelin playa.
This Andalusian city on the shores of the Mediterranean has a fascinating cultural side. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso has reinvented itself in recent years, offering museums for all tastes.
Must see: Alcazaba, Catedral de Málaga, Gibralfaro, Muelle Uno port of Málaga, Mercado Central de Atarazanas.
Museums: Picasso Museum, Carmen Thyssen Musem, CAC Museum, Pompidou Centre, Russian Art Museum.
Málaga, the friendly capital of Spain’s Costa del Sol region, is a bar-hopper’s paradise. The streets of its central neighbourhoods are packed with venues to suit all tastes, from old-school tapas joints to chic restaurants.
Restaurants: Lo Gueno, La Burgercita, Los Mellizos, Da Saveria, La Antxoeta.
Bars: La Tranca, La Fabrica, El Pimi, Los Gatos, Gin Corner Soho, Chester & Punk.
As well as lovely beaches, world-class art museums and great food, Malaga is a destination where you can shop till you drop. Whether you're looking for Spanish chain stores, quirky boutiques or shops selling typical produce, there's plenty choose from.
Key places: Calle Larios(main shopping street), Calle Nueva, Calle Cisneros, Calle Compañía, Muelle Uno shopping area, El Corte Ingles shopping center, Larios shopping center, Vialia shopping center, Plaza Mayor shopping center and designer outlet.