Just 40 minutes away is Malaga, the birthplace of Picasso brings you
history, culture, art and a buzzing nightlife all in one destination
. By day explore the impressive array of architecture, galleries and museums. By night watch the sunset with a chilled beer at one of the many chiringuitos
(beach bars) on the coast’s famed beaches, or mix with the fashionable crowds exploring the smart shopping streets and contemporary restaurants.
In Malaga's historic centre, the Moorish fortress and Christian castle dominate the skyline, overlooking a handsome cathedral, glitzy shopping streets, and a maze of narrow pedestrian lanes within the old town. So step out into these streets and absorb the traditional balconied buildings around. Don't forget to frequent the cafes and restaurants in this city - here you can make the most of the best tapas bars in the province!
Boasting superb tapas bars and a majestic historic city centre, Malaga is a Spanish city with swagger and character. Wander down the narrow alleyways and stop off at a bustling cafe, explore their interesting museums, the Gothic cathedral or the 11th-century Gibralfaro castle and take in this charming city with its church spires and russet-red tiled roofs.