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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. 

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easyJet holidays to Malaga

The heart of the Costa del Sol, Malaga is a charismatic and cosmopolitan city found by the coast. Malaga is a magnet for millions of tourists each year, and at easyJet holidays we know a thing or two about holidays. One of our top recommended places to go is El Palo beach, where you can enjoy the sun, sea and sand, and try your hand at some water sports. Here at easyJet holidays we offer lots of great value Malaga holiday deals, from self-catering to all-inclusive, so you can be sure to find the holiday that is right for you. What are you waiting for?

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Sightseeing


Don't miss the Easter processions held throughout the main coastal resorts, but particularly magnificent in the costa capital of Málaga (9-16 April).


Malaga's lush Alameda Gardens are planted with subtropical plants and trees and punctuated with bubbling fountains and benches, the gardens offer a welcome respite from the bustle of the city centre (especially during the January sales!).


The annual feria in Fuengirola runs from the 6-12 October and is a fabulous fun-filled fiesta with flamenco, concerts and plenty of ice-cold fino (sherry). It is one of the best celebrations on the Costa; don't miss it!

Key Areas


Although it is the grand slam art museums, like the Pompidou and Picasso, that draw the crowds; the delightful small museum of local impressionist painter, Felix Revello de Toro (www.museorevellodetoro.net), is well worth a visit.


Don't miss the carnival Rio-style celebration of Malaga's annual feria. Held from 15 to 23 July, the city centre is party capital until around 7pm when the festivities shift to the city fairgrounds.

Day Trips


The historic town of Antequera is a speedy 45-minutes drive (or bus trip) from Malaga and boasts spectacular churches, a Moorish fortress and Roman archaeological remains.


Head to Ronda; an evocative town in the mountains which has a vibrant culture and historical centre with tapas bars, museums, sumptuous architecture and views that are, quite simply, out of this world.


Take a trip into the mountainous region northeast of the city, known as the Axarquia, to enjoy dramatic scenery, picturesque whitewashed villages, scenic walking trails and traditional bars and restaurants which seem a world away from the clamour of the coast.

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