Hotels in Málaga, Spain
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Picasso Museum Malaga and Alcazaba are a few top attractions in Centro. Hop around the city on the metro at La Marina Station or La Malagueta Station and check out the area's fantastic nightlife, stunning cathedral and captivating waterfront views.
Pristine beaches, ample dining options and captivating waterfront views are just a few things travellers love about La Malagueta. Sights like Malagueta Beach and Plaza de Toros de la Malagueta are top spots to explore, and you can get around the greater Málaga area at La Malagueta Station.
Carretera de Cadiz
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Consider a visit to Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena and take some time to enjoy the beaches during your time in Carretera de Cadiz. If you want to see more of the city, jump on the metro at La Luz - La Paz Station or Puerta Blanca Station.
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Ciudad Jardin is noteworthy for its restaurants, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Parque Natural Montes de Malaga and Malaga Botanical Garden.
Bars, waterfront views and beaches highlight some of the noteworthy features of El Puerto. Make a stop by Port of Malaga or Malagueta Beach while you're exploring the neighbourhood.
Couples looking to get away will find a romantic atmosphere in Málaga, and visitors give high marks for the beaches, shopping and fascinating museums. This city also attracts tourists with its restaurants. Top sights in the city include Port of Malaga, Picasso Museum Malaga and Malaga Amphitheatre.
- There are 1971 hotels and other accommodation options in Málaga
- The closest major airport is in Malaga (AGP), 4.9 mi (7.9 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing and Staying in Málaga
Well known for its museums, the city's cultural venues include Picasso Museum Malaga, Picasso's Birthplace and Teatro Cervantes de Malaga. The city is notable for its historic sites and landmarks like Malaga Amphitheatre, Alcazaba, and Gibralfaro Castle. The city's natural setting is picturesque, including the beaches and these places to visit: Malagueta Beach, Los Alamos and Los Alamos Beach.
In Torremolinos, you can choose from 1971 hotels and other accommodation options so you can easily organise your holiday getaway at an affordable rate. Here are top ranked ones based on our user reviews:
- La Siesta Málaga Guesthouse - Guests who stay at this 1-star guesthouse in Centro can enjoy access to a terrace and free WiFi. Expedia travellers love its helpful staff and clean rooms.
- Villa Lorena Málaga - This 3-star hotel in Malaga-Este features an outdoor pool, free WiFi and parking.
- Hotel La Chancla - This 3-star hotel in Malaga-Este features a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. Expedia customers like its dining options and clean, quiet rooms.
Other top sights in Málaga include Port of Malaga and Calle Larios. In the surrounding area, popular places to visit include Aqualand Torremolinos, located 8.1 mi (13 km) from the city centre, and La Carihuela, which is 8.9 mi (14.3 km) away.
Getting around Málaga
With so many choices for transport, seeing Málaga is easy. You can walk to nearby metro stations including La Marina Station, Guadalmedina Station and La Malagueta Station. If you want to venture outside the area, hop on a train at Málaga María Zambrano Station. You can learn about options for water transport at the local port.
Dressing for Málaga
- Between January and March, you can expect average temperatures of 20°C during the day and 8°C at night
- From April to June, the average during the day is 29°C, whilst the average at night is 11°C
- July to September has daytime averages of 31°C with night-time averages of 17°C
- Between October and December, you can expect daytime averages of 26°C and night-time averages of 9°C
- Average annual rainfall for Málaga is 20 millimetres
- Usually August and July are the hottest months with an average of 30°C, whereas January and February are often coldest, averaging 8°C