From art and festivals to water parks and nightlife, holidaymakers are encouraged to stay a while in Malaga, one of Spain’s most exciting cities, say holiday car rental experts, listing the reasons why you should visit Malaga.
The southern Spanish town has long been known as the gateway to the Costa Del Sol, but holiday car rental experts at StressFreeCarRental.com believe holidaymakers should linger a while in Malaga itself before going to the seaside resorts.
Now they’ve found ten reasons why Malaga should be considered a destination in its own right rather than just an airport.
Being the home of Pablo Picasso means there is incredible art to delve into as well as stunning architecture to behold. There are also many great options for families, including visiting Malaga’s fantastic beaches and water parks.
A spokesperson for StressFreeCarRental.com said: “Malaga is one of Spain’s most exciting cities with so much to offer – there really is something for everyone.
“Many people may feel that Malaga is just a party hub, and although there is a great nightlife there is also a lot more to do there. It is a place that caters to everyone, whether you’re looking for a culturally enriching trip or a fun-filled family vacation.
“Malaga is also known for having the best tapas cuisine in all of Spain, so it’s definitely a destination for foodies too. No matter what type of trip you are looking for, there is definitely something for you in Malaga.”
10 reasons why you should visit Malaga:
Birthplace of Pablo Picasso, it’s no surprise that Malaga is an ideal destination to immerse yourself in art. Among the many must-see museums is the Picasso Museum where visitors can stroll through the many eras of his art. The museum also offers free admission for all every Sunday.
Malaga has a wide variety of nightclubs and bars, so there is something for everyone, whether you want to visit a bar, club or pub. The bustling town is known as one of Europe’s best party scenes with countless beach bars open day and night. These tend to close around 4am and the clubs continue even later!
What better way to immerse yourself in a different culture than to attend their festivals? Malaga has a range of festivals throughout the year, so you can be sure to catch some whenever you visit. It’s a great way to experience Malaga food, culture and music all in one!
Malaga is located on the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) in southern Spain and has an incredible coastline, which means its stunning beaches are a must visit. There is so much to offer with beaches also offering water sports like windsurfing and jet skiing.
With the variety of tapas restaurants in Malaga, your taste buds are sure to be delighted. Malaga is known for having the best tapas in all of Spain. You can also enjoy a hearty Andalusian breakfast of either a tostada or a bocadillo (baguette sandwich) filled with eggs and sausage.
Due to its location, Malaga is believed to have the best climate in all of Spain with around 320 days of sunshine per year. This means that no matter when you decide to visit, you should be able to enjoy the sun.
If you love architecture, Malaga is full of stunning architectural buildings to visit, including the magnificent Malaga Cathedral.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, head to some of Malaga’s water parks. Aqualand Torremolinos is the most popular water park located on the Costa del Sol and is home to one of the tallest water slides in Europe, the Kamikaze, which is 22 meters high.
Although Malaga is a fabulous city, it also has its picturesque natural sites with beautiful parks and nature reserves to visit. A day trip to one of these beautiful places will make you forget the hustle and bustle of the city.
Another way to discover the culture of Malaga is to visit the authentic street markets. They offer a variety of things from seafood and meats to tropical fruits and vegetables. This is your chance to feel like a local and try food and artisan products. – TradeArabia Press Office