Cheap flights to Malaga
Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol and a magnet for millions of tourists each year.
Malaga is a charismatic and cosmopolitan city by the coast. One with great beaches, pumping nightlife, and some of Spain's most popular southern resorts and towns right on its doorstep.
The country's fifth largest city is also one with a rich history of Roman, Islamic and Spanish cultures spanning 2,000 years, each of which have left their mark on this architecturally eclectic place. But the real reason people come to Malaga is because it's a great place to holiday by the sea with activities to suit all - one of our favourite places to experience this culture is El Palo beach. And with average year round temperatures of 20 degrees and 320 days of sunshine a year, it's not difficult to see why.
Beginning on 22 April, Málaga's annual film festival (festivaldemalaga.com) will take place with productions and street theatre throughout the city. For more information visit https://festivaldemalaga.com.
Be sure to explore the Gibralfaro: this fabulous former Moorish fortress has rambling paths, bubbling fountains and a fascinating archaeological museum.
This is the season for the annual "ferias" and on 6-11 July it is the turn of Estepona. Don your frills and follow the polka dots to enjoy flamenco dancing, live music and plenty of fiesta spirit.
February is carnival month in Malaga with processions, live music, special events and plenty of dancing in the street. Check the www.carnavaldemalaga.es website for a schedule.
Don the frills, follow the polka dots and check out what's arguably the biggest and best feria on the Costa del Sol, taking place 6 to 12 October in Fuengirola with plenty of flamenco, fino (sherry) and fiesta spirit.
Take respite from the clamour of the city by enjoying a stroll around the subtropical botanical garden, La Concepcíon (laconcepcion.malaga.eu), located just east of the city.
Take a trip to the stunning Axarquia, located in Málaga's mountainous interior and speckled with picturesque pueblos blancos (white villages) with spectacular hiking potential.
Take a trip to Tarifa, the southernmost spot in Europe, where you can enjoy a cooler Atlantic breeze, a boho-hip vibe and some of the finest white sandy beaches in Andalucia.
- Belfast BFS to Malaga - £32.49, Oct >
- Bristol to Malaga - £31.49, Nov >
- Glasgow to Malaga - £41.49, Oct >
- Liverpool to Malaga - £32.49, Nov >
- London Gatwick to Malaga - £33.49, Sep >
- London Luton to Malaga - £33.49, Oct >
- London Southend to Malaga - £29.49, Oct >
- London Stansted to Malaga - £32.49, Oct >
- Manchester to Malaga - £33.49, Nov >
- Newcastle to Malaga - £43.49, Nov >