Málaga

Things to do in Málaga | Come for the sun, but stay for the boho art scene, hidden panoramic views, and authentic Spanish tapas.

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Caminito del Rey group walking tour icon
Caminito del Rey group walking tour

Up to 2 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

From
$51.65
/person
Málaga highlights free walking tour icon
Málaga highlights free walking tour

Up to 2 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

From
$0.00
/person
Málaga electric tuk tuk tour icon
Málaga electric tuk tuk tour

1 Hour

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

From
$90.30
/person
Tapas and wine guided tour in Málaga icon
Tapas and wine guided tour in Málaga

Up to 3 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

From
$31.63
/person
Ronda and Setenil full-day tour from Málaga icon
Ronda and Setenil full-day tour from Málaga

11 Hours

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

From
$62.19
/person

Know More about Málaga

Best time to visit:

AUG

Feria de Málaga

Have you ever wished for a year-round summer vacation? Travel to Costa del Sol and relax on the city's beautiful beaches! Apart from beach hopping, the city also has a booming art scene and distinctive Mudejar architecture, so you may discover and explore the city's various cultural and historical sites.

The Malagueta beach in Málaga is a must-see beach attraction. It's close to the city, so you can easily stroll to attractions like the Málaga Cathedral, the Alcazaba, and the Gibralfaro Castle! Because Málaga is also Picasso's birthplace, you can explore mountains of his work on this side of town at the Museo Picasso Málaga and the Carmen Thyssen Museum.

Best time to visit:

AUG

Feria de Málaga

MAR - AUG

23°C / 13°C

SEP - FEB

12°C / 8°C

Euro

Euro

1 USD = ~0.97 EUR

GMT +01:00

3 hours behind

Frequently Asked Questions

The must-see attractions in Málaga are Picasso Museum Málaga, Tablao flamenco | Alegria en Málaga, Alcazaba of Málaga, Centre Pompidou Málaga, Concepción Botanical Gardens

Visa-exempt countries include the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Argentina, and Japan. EU citizens can travel, work, and study in Spain without a visa. However, these nationalities will need an ETIAS Visa Waiver after its introduction.‎

The hidden places of Malaga are the beaches of Pedregalejo, Maro Beach, Frigiliana, Istán, The Torcal of Antequera, The Fuente de Piedra Lagoon, and Júzcar, the Smurf village.‎

If you just want to visit the city itself, 2 days are enough to visit Malaga. You'll have enough time to see most of the places I talk about in this guide. If you want to visit several museums or explore the city's surroundings, you can of course stay for 3 or 4 days in Malaga.

We recommend trying the famous fritura Malagueña, which is the traditional and much loved fried fish.

Malaga is a well-connected city. Within the urban area and in the nearby suburbs, Malaga's city buses, commuter trains and the city-bicycle hire service will take you efficiently from point A to B.

July and August are the most popular beach months in Malaga.