Magnificent Malaga

Malaga is tourist destination located in the southern part of Spain near Sunny Villa,it is in a protected area of mountains which provide a unique microclimate in the Peninsula, which in itself provides a fantastic climate for all different types of tourist activities, from sunbathing to enjoying nature in one of its many nature parks.

The Province also highlights a wide range of food dishes and its ll-kept beaches, with kilometres of coast where you can enjoy the nice weather and a refreshing swim. Those looking for something different, can find diverse villages in the inland area of the province, where you can escape the hustle and find tranquillity, with natural landscapes where you can do hiking or take some lovely photos.


About Malaga and Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol (Sunny Coast) like its name indicates is known worldwide for its nice climate all year round, a tourist destination for all budgets which include towns like Torremolinos, Marbella, Mijas, Fuengirola or Nerja. Each of the places we can visit on the Costa del Sol has its own charm and its own tourist activities which we encourage you to discover on our website.

Water sports like Windsurfing, Kitesurfing or playing golf at one of the over 30 courses available on the Costa del Sol (also known as the Costa del Golf), are just some of the many activities you can do in Malaga.

In the Province you will find a great number of things to do and places to visit: museums and nature parks, white villages where you can enjoy an exquisite dining, water parks where you can have fun with the family … and a lot more, yes we can say that you’re not going to be bored in Malaga. There is a wide range of culture on offer in the Province, with a multitude of historic buildings and monuments for those who wish to learn more about the history or those who wish to enjoy a complete weekend getaway.

For those who are going to hire a car in Malaga will find a good commuting network, with the widely known ‘Autopista del Sol’ (Motorway of the sun) which connects the main tourist destinations of the Province with Malaga airport. The coast road is known as the N-340 even though this road is slightly slower to reach your destination it will provide some beautiful views of the Costa del Sol during the journey.

Malaga beaches, Costa del Sol

Among the hundreds of beaches of the Costa del Sol you surely will find the perfect one for you. The average water temperature is around 18º C ;  at the end of July and the first days of August it can rise up to 25º C for some days, but most of the time the water is quite refreshing, which means a delight with temperatures reaching 45º C under the hot sun of August.Coming to the Costa del Sol is not just spending your holidays on a beach in Spain, it means travelling to Andalucia, a historic and exotic region with great cultural heritage, which inspired many European tourists over the last century. With more than 300 sunny days a year!

During the summer season millions of tourists choose the Costa del Sol as their favorite destination, but also the rest of the year, even in winter the visitors keep arriving, as the temperatures of this province never reach the low levels of the adjacent ones, which is due to its microclimate. The distance between Malaga and Manilva is about 70 km and includes almost the same number of beaches. Some are of very good quality with fine golden sand, and some others are not in that good shape. But mostly they are quite nice beaches.

For those tourists looking for luxury and comfort, we have included a review of the main beach clubs in Malaga.