Ultima hora en malaga
Last minute flug malaga
City break MalagaMalaga, the city where it is never winter, and thus the ideal destination for a last minute city break to the sun! But the port city has much more to offer than just sunshine. You can see the old center from the 15th century. The old center is also known for the specialty of the city: the delicious fish restaurants and tapas bars. In this city you will certainly get your dose of culinary food! Think fresh fish, shellfish and tapas. Enjoying the weather afterwards? Then laze about on the beach Playa de la Malagueta, a short walk from the center. You can even go shopping in this city! In short, Malaga is the right combination of culture, beach and history!
Tapas and more! Enjoy the excellent tapas, small snacks that you share with your table companion. The center has countless attractive restaurants. Fresh fish is of course not to be missed in a port city like Malaga. The fish lover’s eyes are drawn to the boulevard with its wide range of fresh fish.
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Besides sun, sea and beach, Malaga has a fantastic center where you can wander around. Malaga is also a perfect base for discovering the beautiful hinterland of the Costa del Sol. It is centrally located to numerous attractions, the picturesque white villages of Spain and beautiful natural areas. The bustling center of Malaga has an abundance of tapas bars, restaurants and terraces. Malaga is also a great city for children. In the park, at the harbor and on the beach, there are many facilities for the little vacationers. For a vacation full of fun, Malaga is the place to be!
A vacation in Malaga is synonymous with a wonderfully warm, sun-filled vacation. With 320 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 20 degrees, the Costa del Sol is a true vacation paradise all year round. In summer the average temperature is 30 degrees, in winter around 15 degrees. Check out our extensive information on the climate and weather of Malaga.
Malaga is a cozy seaside resort full of cultural attractions. Stroll through the charming streets and visit the Malaga Cathedral. Malaga is the capital of the province of the same name and the geographical center of the Costa del Sol. It is also the city where Pablo Picasso was born and today you can visit his house, which has been turned into a museum. Nice authentic fish restaurants and terraces can be found along the beaches. Plenty of possibilities during your vacation in Malaga.
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A last minute to the Costa del Sol takes you all the way to the south of Spain. The provinces of Malaga and Granada make up this beautiful region. This region is loved by many for its beautifully landscaped golf courses. The sprawling seaside resorts, beautiful harbors and special landscape make for an idyllic picture.
In this region, sardines take center stage. This delicious and above all fresh fish you can get in almost all restaurants. In the Costa del Sol are mainly fishing villages. With narrow streets and special squares it feels very cozy. A trip to this charming part of Spain will stay with you for a long time. The Costa del Sol has an enormous amount of special villages and towns. Think for example of the luxurious Marbella and cozy Torremolinos. Are you totally convinced? Book a last minute to Costa del Sol and enjoy in no time this cultural region.
Seville, Malaga and Granada are very nice to visit. In Granada you will find the Alhambra, the most visited monument in the world, with special palaces and forts. Fancy an active day? Then a day in Nerja is very nice. This place is known for its water sports. Would you like to see more last minutes to Spain and would you like to go to Tenerife or Mallorca? Then take a look at all our other Spain last minutes.
The Holy Week Museum – Museo de la Semana Santa in Spanish – is located in the church of San Pedro and shows visitors figurines, costumes and floats used in the extravagant processions during Holy Week.
The city of Malaga has several fine sandy beaches. The closest to the city centre is the 1 km long La Malagueta, an artificial beach created with sand brought from the Sahara. The beach has facilities for disabled people, showers, umbrellas and sunbeds,
El Candado is an elegant 500 m beach ideal for families, with various facilities – children’s playground, umbrellas, hammocks, showers, parking. You can also practice water sports. El Palo is a 1.8 km long beach, famous for canoe fishing.
Las Acacias is a succession of U-shaped beaches with restaurants and all the necessary facilities. Caleta is an excellent beach for families, with various facilities and beautiful views of the port of Malaga.