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Overview

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Malaga nestles on the southern coastline of Spain, an area that thrives on visitors. No-one is disappointed when they visit this diverse region of the country, with its impressive number of beaches, bars and museums. 

Commonly known as “the capital of the Costa del Sol", Malaga is a city that channels the casual pace of life so traditional in rural Spain. However, if you're on a short visit, it may be worth skipping the siesta; with so many things to see and do, there's little time for napping.

A key city in artistic history, Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, where the Museo Picasso Malaga was established in his memory. There's also the Carmen Thyssen Museum, boasting a vast number of 19th century Spanish paintings.

If you'd rather do your sightseeing outdoors, Malaga has plenty of beautiful buildings and gardens where you can lose an hour or two. A short taxi ride from the city centre will take you to the botanical gardens of Malaga, full of vibrant floral displays that will make stunning backdrops for your holiday photos.

With such great weather, holidaymakers are encouraged to learn about the city via walking tours. Whether you want to sample tapas in the winding streets of the old town or glide on a Segway along the beach, locals are keen to teach you all about their customs and traditions. 

Perfect for quiet beach getaways or educational trips, a visit to Malaga is sure to open your eyes to traditional ways of Spanish living. Discover the city for yourself by hopping on one of our flights - departing all year round at purse-friendly prices, you could be soaking up the rays on Malaga's beaches in no time.

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