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Holidays To Malaga

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Gorgeous sunshine, manmade beaches, fascinating artefacts and the best of Andalusian culture makes Malaga ideal for enjoying a memorable vacation. Book the all-inclusive holidays to Malaga from Travel Center and discover the fascinating attractions here. The fabulous sandy stretches of beach in Malaga are very inviting. Sun-bathe, relax or snooze all day. Enjoy leisure activities of skiing, snorkelling, diving and surfing. Families will love the child-friendly beaches of El Palo and also the manmade beaches of La Malagueta. Admire historical monuments such as the La Manquita Baroque Cathedral, Roman theatre and lovely Gibralfaro Castler with its stately gardens and stunning views across the port. Relish Malaga’s Moorish history with a visit to Castilo de Gibralfaro, Alcazaba Fortress and archaeological museum. Museums are plentiful here ranging from displays of contemporary art to wine and even cars. Enjoy your holiday shopping at pedestrianized shoppers haven ‘Larios’ home to designer boutiques, local shops and classy cafes. Savour the delicious cuisine of fresh seafood and paella, served at Michelin starred restaurants, terrace-cafes, tapas bars and breezy beach cafes. Malaga hosts a variety of festivals while Jazz and theatre are classy entertainment options. Enjoy much more by booking the all-inclusive holiday packages to Malaga from Travel Center. We offer you the cheapest flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking options. Plan today and discover vibrant Malaga!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Norwegian, Thomson Airways, Vueling Airlines, Ryanair



Best Time to Travel

March to December

Modes of Transport

Bus, Train, Car, Plane, Boat, Taxi

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Museo Picasso Malaga

This museum hosts a collection of 204 artworks, 49 of them have been loaned to the museum by the wife of Pablo Picasso’s eldest son Paul and his grandson Bernard. These loaned paintings include a few paintings of the family and one of Paul wearing a white cap that was painted in the 1920’s. The basement also includes archeological remains from the Phoenician, Roman, Islamic and Rennaissance periods.

Cathedral De Malaga

Built in the 16th century this cathedral was constructed on the site of a former mosque, the only surviving evidence of this can be seen from the small courtyard of fragrant orange trees known as Patio de los Naranjos. The domed ceiling on the interior of this cathedral rises 40 meters into the air. It has 15 chapels and a tower with 200 steps that offers spectacular views of the surrounding city and coast. It took 200 years to build.

Castillo De Gibralfaro

Overlooking the city high on a hill is Castillo De Gibralfaro, a rampart that is one of the remaining evidences of Malaga’s Islamic past. It was built in the 8th century by Abd ar-Rahman I and later rebuilt in the 14th century. It was originally a lighthouse and military barracks and now includes a military museum. It’s a great place to enjoy the best view of Malaga.


The path to the Alcazaba takes you through a lush area of greenery with plants such as crimson bougainvillea, palms, jasmine bushes and orange trees. This palace-fortress has been extensively restored and dates back to the Moor period of the 11th century. The influence of this period can be seen from the horseshoe arches, courtyards and fountains. The palace also houses a small archeological museum in what was once the servants quarters.

Jardin Botanico La Concepcion

This large botanical garden is located 4 kilometers north of the city center and dates back to the mid 19th century. It was developed by a local aristocratic couple Amalia Heredia Livermore who was British and here Spanish born husband Jorge Loring Oyarzabal. Their idea was to create a tropical forest near the Mediterranean shores. The most famous flower in this garden is the purple wisteria which blooms in spring.

Paseo De Espana

A land that was reclaimed from the sea was used to create this park in the 1890’s and its paths are lined with palm trees. The southern side of the garden has a host of tropical plants and trees and provides a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The park is famous with both the old and the young who enjoy strolling around the shady areas.

Mercado Atarazanas

This iron-clad building that was built in the 19th century is located north of the main area of the city and incorporates the Moorish gate that used to connect the city with the port. Historical highlights of the city are depicted on its large stain glass windows. There is also a daily market here that has stalls selling fruits, vegetables, sausages, cheese, fish and olives.

Plaza De Toros

The Plaza De Toros is Spain’s oldest bullring at a 142 years old. It was inaugurated in 1874 and the first event here was held in 1876. The building has been built in the style of Neo-Mudejar, a type of Moorish revival architecture. It was refurbished in 2010 and now can hold up to 9,032 spectators. This bullring also includes 14 pens, stables, dressing rooms and a first aid post.

Church of the Holy Spirit

The construction of this church began at the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th centuries according to the Gothic and Renaissance styles. It has a single nave that is separated into three parts, a roof of ribbed vaults and a semi-circular triumphal archway which opens to the main chapel and includes a small niche above it with a dove that symbolizes the Holy Spirit.

Puente Nuevo

Known in English as the ‘New Bridge’, Puente Nuevo is the latest and largest of three bridges that run across a 120 meter deep chasm Guadalevin River flows through. It was built by architect Jose Martin De Aldehuela. Construction began in 1751 and it took 42 years to build. The chamber that is located above the central arch was once used as a prison and now holds an exhibition that describes the history and construction of the bridge.