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THE BEST PLACES TO VISIT WITHOUT MISSING A THING

What to see in Malaga? We tell you all the places to visit, their history so that you can enjoy them to the fullest: Caminito del Rey, museums, charming villages, routes…

In order to see everything that Malaga has to offer, you would need more than a week to visit it all, as there are countless incredible sites distributed throughout the geography of Malaga. If you want to plan your days well, and make the most of them, Malaga offers many facilities with continuous transport services, car rentals, restaurants and hotels to make your stops. We will recommend you the best companies and we will specify the transport hours.

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In order to see everything that Malaga has to offer, you would need more than a week to visit it all, as there are countless incredible sites distributed throughout the geography of Malaga. If you want to plan your days well, and make the most of them, Malaga offers many facilities with continuous transport services, car rentals, restaurants and hotels to make your stops. We will recommend you the best companies and we will specify the transport hours.

Do you know what you want to see in Malaga? If you already have an idea of what you want to visit we will give you more detailed information, and if not, don’t worry, because we will explain in detail all the places you will see, their location, opening hours, etc. In order for you to make a well planned trip, according to your travel idea, we will divide it into four sections:

INTERIOR TOURISM

Visit to Malaga - FrigilianaMeet all the charming villages of Malaga, some considered among the most beautiful and charming of all Spain. Discover its gastronomy, history, traditions and the jewels and monuments that hide each one of them.

SUN AND BEACH TOURISM

what to see in Malaga - BeachDo you want to discover which are the best beaches in Málaga and the Costa del Sol? We will show you the best places to visit, the most authentic beaches, and if you want to get lost, discover the hidden coves that not everyone knows.

THE BEST MUSEUMS

what to see in Malaga - Picasso MuseumMalaga has become a cultural destination, with thousands of tourists visiting our city every year, to see expositions in the most important museums: Thyssen,Picasso Museum, Russian Museum, Revello de Toro, Roman Theatre, automobile museum…

TOURISM IN MALAGA CITY

To see in Malaga - Malaka TurismoWe give you to know everything you can see and do in your stay in Malaga city. The arrival of the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, and especially the Muslims, in the seventh century, have left their mark on our culture and monuments.

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The 10 best free museums in Malaga

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