With a sun that shines almost all year round, magnificent beaches and amazing landscapes, Malaga is an idyllic place to enjoy a relaxing and leisure-filled holiday. Our hotels in Malaga reflect the philosophy of this Andalusian province that combines fun and culture, history and avant-garde. You’ll have an opportunity to learn more about Pablo Picasso, visit one of the best museums in the world, enjoy traditional flavours in one of the iconic bars or cool off at the beach.
To discover all the secrets of Malaga and stop along the way you need a hotel that gives its guests the opportunity to have unique experiences. Our hotels in Malaga suit all kinds of guests, so you can spend all your time enjoying the natural surroundings, culture, sports or sun in this province lapped by the Mediterranean Sea.
The Costa del Sol is one the main tourist destinations in Andalusia, thanks to its climate and a 160-kilometre coastline. It is considered the perfect place for family holidays or a break with friends, and as a place to enjoy sport, go shopping or relax on the beach under the sun. A stay in a hotel like the Occidental Fuengirola offers guests the chance to make the most of all these possibilities and have an unforgettable experience.
In addition to its numerous golf courses, the Costa del Sol stands out for its beaches. It is also distinguished by the beauty of its white villages, the historic centres of cities like Ronda and Estepona, picturesque towns and well-known attractions, including the Balcón de Europa and the caves of Nerja. The are also includes 15 nature reserves, offering adventure trails like the Caminito del Rey (King’s Pathway), as well as the opportunity to taste its rich cuisine.
Malaga is a city blessed with one of the best climates in Europe. It is also one of the oldest. These unique characteristics, together with its beaches, its cultural offerings and lively atmosphere make it a must-see tourist destination. Guests staying at the Occidental Hotels and & Resorts in Malaga will find a city that is defined by much more than just its beach.
As the land of artists like as Pablo Picasso, Malaga houses numerous museums including the Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Picasso Museum. In the streets, avant-garde mixes with historical monuments that transport visitors back in time. Every step you take in Malaga reveals hidden corners to discover and enjoy: the promenade, the busy Larios street or the views from the Gibralfaro castle.