Holiday Apartments in Malaga
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What our Malaga guests say
This tastefully decorated, well equiped and immaculately clean apartment is an excellent base for exploring Malaga. Joaquin and his son proudly told us that the
Stayed 3—9 Nov 2015 in:
Romántico Apartamento En Centro ...
Lovely, bright apartement on the 4th floor in the middle of Malaga. Comfy bed, enough space for clothes, good wifi
Stayed 8—14 Nov 2015 in:
Apartamento Calle Especería
A wonderful location close to restaurants, shops, the cathedral, museums and only a short walk from the harbour area and yet very quiet. A lovely clean and comf
Stayed 10—14 Nov 2015 in:
Apartamento Museo Picasso
Nice and tidy appartment. Hosts are very helpfull. Only 10 minutes from the centre
Stayed 29 Oct—2 Nov 2015 in:
Málaga City Luchana 24
All was rather good, espesially the location. The noise at night from the walking street caused a little disturbance but ont the other hand the appartment was w
Stayed 31 Oct—7 Nov 2015 in:
Apartamento Calle Especería
Accommodation in Malaga - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Malaga
Malaga is one of the wonderful seaside cities in Spain located in the Costa del Sol region. Visitors have a vast choice of accommodations ranging from holiday apartments in Malaga to massive villas in Malaga, all of which can be booked easily through HouseTrip. Having a Malaga apartment will allow you the flexibility of eating in if you so desire and buying some of the local foods to enjoy at your leisure. A holiday apartment in Malaga gives your family a private and spacious environment during your visit. Consider one of the beach front Malaga apartments for direct access to the beach and sea.
When to go to Malaga
Holiday apartments in Malaga are a popular destination no matter the time of year as the climate is extremely mild year round. The area is extremely busy in the summer months, when many Europeans flock to Spain's golden beaches and Malaga apartments can be scarce during this peak time. The months of May and October are considered ideal due to their balmy weather. Spain's Costa del Sol is a winter haven for many who come to escape the cold. If you book your cottage in Malaga during the winter months, the climate is so mild that a light jacket or sweater are sufficient.
Getting to and around Malaga
If you fly to the area you will arrive at Malaga international airport, which is one of the larger ones in Europe. There are also many possibilities if you are arriving by train to your holiday apartment in Malaga. There are at least five trains day from Madrid as well as numerous other cities, such as Barcelona and Seville. Malaga is also linked by bus to major cities throughout Europe, making travel to this area extremely easy. Driving in and around Malaga is very simple, so if you opt for a car you will find it a very driver friendly area where you can find your holiday apartment in Malaga easily.
As the largest city along the Mediterranean in the Costa del Sol region of Spain, there are many holiday apartments in Malaga. The city is known for its beautiful beaches, historical attractions as well as the wonderful views of the Mediterranean sea with its beautiful, indigo blue water.
Head out of your Malaga apartment and explore the area. One of the most interesting places to visit in this area is Alcazabra, which is an 11th century Moorish castle. Malaga is very proud to be the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. If you enjoy art, then you must visit the Museo Picasso, which displays some of his most impressive works of art as well as some family artefacts The museum contains art that Picasso gave to his family as personal gifts and are not seen anywhere else in the world. Those with an adventurous nature will want to rock climb in the El Chorro gorge. It it said to offer some of the best rock climbing anywhere. For some exercise, leave your holiday apartment in Malaga for a swim at Last Malagueta, which is considered the best beach on the Costa del Sol.
If you would like to take a day trip from your holiday apartment in Malaga and experience an entirely different culture, you should consider taking a drive to Gibraltar. It is easily reached by bus or car in a couple of hours and you can experience British culture without leaving Spain. The exotic world of Morocco is just a short ferry ride from there.
Enjoying the cuisine of Spain is easy to do when in Malaga. You will discover a range of international cuisine as well as traditional Spanish dishes. You will find fresh fish, meats, gazpacho soup, cheeses and wonderful paella to savour and enjoy. If you decide you would like to relax and enjoy dinner in the privacy of your own holiday apartment in Malaga, then you should plan to visit one of the local food or fish markets and select a fresh catch to prepare at home.
There are many things to do at night just outside the door of your Malaga apartment, such as attending a flamenco show or visiting one of the many local bars or nightclubs. Frequently, local bars offer live music to enjoy over a glass of wine or a beer. Bars and restaurants stay open late, so you can tuck in at your holiday apartment in Malaga after a full day - and/or night - of adventure on the Spanish coast.
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