Things to see in Málaga
Málaga’s Bullring is known as La Malagueta, and is one of the city’s icons, far transcending the world of bullfighting.
La Malagueta has become a compulsory stop on any visit to Málaga: the scent of salt on the breeze from the nearby beach, beautiful attractions and delicious places to eat. Would you like to find out more?
With a long and fascinating history, the square that bore witness to Picasso’s early years offers a varied range of cultural and culinary attractions.
Fountains, statues, paths and nature coexist on 30,000 square metres of green inspiration. Discover the charms of Málaga Park!
Housed in a historic building with impressive architecture, Atarazanas market is Málaga’s main market where you’ll find an endless selection of enticing culinary delights.
Málaga has many original activities for families on holiday with children that go beyond a day at the beach.
Málaga, the belle of Andalusia, has beaches, sunshine and much more. Discover everything it has to offer during an unforgettable romantic break with your partner.
Walk along the Antonio Banderas Seaside Promenade in Málaga and enjoy your own private balcony to the Mediterranean on Playa de La Misericordia beach.
Fairy-tale towns, paradise beaches and lunar landscapes are just some of the attractions that Málaga province offers tourists.