Malaga City Info

Malaga is situated in the Costa del Sol in the south of Spain in the region of Andalusia. Famous for its sunny weather and white sandy beaches Malaga has warm temperatures all year around, during the winter the average temperature is around 18C. There are many historical places in the province to visit as well as beautiful landscapes and picturesque villages; Malaga is a great retreat and family-friendly place to visit.

  • Picasso Museum: The museum is located in the north part of the city; Picasso was born in Malaga and his birth house is still open to visit at the Plaza de la Merced 15. The Picasso Museum can be found at the Palacio de Buenavista and is home to the Picasso foundation. Its collection includes an amazing compilation of paints by Picasso and also presents works from different Spanish painters from different decades. There are temporary exhibitions running throughout the year.
  • The cathedral of Malaga: one of Malaga's most beautiful cathedrals, The cathedral of Malaga was built in 1528. This massive limestone building is a mixture of Renaissance and baroque styles that can be seen throughout. It is richly decorated and the main altar features a splendid 16th century retable.
  • Alcazaba: the Arabic Fortress of Malaga is situated on the hill of the city centre and is a major landmark of the city. It was built in the 11th century and next to it there are ruins of a Roman theatre of the 2nd century. The fortress also comprises an Archeological Museum inside.
Airport Info

Malaga Airport is one of the busiest airports in Spain, with more than 60 worldwide destinations the airport greets more than twelve million passengers every year and it's one of the main European hubs. Over the years Malaga airport has been place of major expansions and a third terminal has opened in 2010.

Mlaga airport is located 8 km (4.3 mi) southwest of the city centre.

The airport has several restaurants, bars and cafes. There is a choice of tax and duty-free outlets. The airport also has a bureaux de change and ATM cash points. Paid-for Wi-Fi Internet access is available throughout the airport. There are various Car rental companies including Avis and Hertz. There is also an exhibition hall, which shows the work of well-known Andalusian artists and the collection changes monthly.

To and from the airport

By Taxi
A taxi stand can be found outside the airport and rates vary depending on the time of the day. The minimum service starting at the airport is of €19.00. More information can be found on +34 952333333

By Bus
Frequent bus services run from the station outside the airport, there are a different number of buses that serve the airport. There are also long distance bus lines that go to Marbella, Seville and Granada. More information can be found on +34 902422242

By Train
There is a train that stops at terminal 3. The timetable can be found on

By Car
The airport is located southwest from the city centre. The access from the city centre is made by the A7 road towards Algeciras. From the airport you will need to follow the signs on the MA-21 that leads to A7 back to the city centre.


García Morato
29004 Málaga

T: +34 913211000

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