Málaga is located on the sunny coast of southern Spain and is considered to have Europe's best climate as the weather is usually sunny and warm and the precipitation usually consists of shorter rain showers. The best time to go here is between May-October, when temperatures are between 25-35 degrees during the day. Málaga has a popular port and many cruise ships dock here.
The river Guadalmedina divides the city center into two parts. On the western side are the modern parts of the city and in the eastern part you will find the old town (Centro Historico) and many beautiful historic buildings.
One of art's greatest, Pablo Picasso, was born in Málaga. In addition to the Málaga Picasso Museum in the Palacio de Buenavista and the Picasso Foundation Birthplace Museum, there are also guided tours where you can visit important places in the artist's life.
But the city offers much more than that for those interested in art. The city has several art museums but also other museums such as the Málaga Car Museum which has a large collection of classic cars. A fun feature is the exhibition of contemporary clothing from, among others, Balmain, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel and Valentino around each car, which means that even those interested in fashion get their senses satisfied.
Combining metropolitan pulse with beach life is easy in Málaga. La Malagueta beach is basically located in the middle of the city and attracts both tourists and locals from morning to evening. There are plenty of restaurants and bars next to the beach so you can easily spend a full day here. On Sundays, however, it can get quite crowded, as the shops in the center are closed.
In Málaga, seafood is at the center and this is evident in the range of restaurants. Preferably at the beach restaurants, so-called Chiringuitos. A classic is charcoal-grilled sardines that are often grilled in old echoes down on the beach.
The tapas bars are crowded around the city. What was originally only meant as simple snacks have evolved and nowadays it is common to eat tapas as a whole meal. Tapas can vary depending on where in Spain you are. Tapas are often made from the raw materials available locally, which in Málaga's case often means seafood.
Golf is great in Málaga and the golf courses are dense along the entire coast. Only in the vicinity of Málaga you can find 11 golf resorts. About 2 hours from Málaga is Almeria, where you can find the popular Almerimar Golf. The facility has long been a favorite among Scandinavian golfers. An incredibly well-maintained course with 27 beautiful holes.
One of the city's pride is the football club Málaga CF. Experience passionate and offensive Spanish football at their home arena Estadio La Rosaledala. A definite highlight during a stay in Málaga!
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