Where is Málaga?
Málaga is an Andalusian province in southern Spain along the Mediterranean coast. Its extensive shoreline is commonly known as the Costa del Sol. The warm Mediterranean climate, long summers, short, mild winters, and world-renowned beaches make Málaga a coveted tourist destination for Andalusian sun and surf vacations.
What do Málaga vacations have to offer?
Sun and Surf in Marbella. Málaga province attracts tourists all year-round thanks to its temperate weather, and which claims to be the one with more sunny days in all Spain.
Excursions around Málaga. Málaga is set in the Bética Mountains – one of Spain's most important ranges. The landscape is rugged with paths, caves, ravines, and parks peppering the province. Additionally, the geographic conditions are ideal for golf. In fact, Málaga is home to more than half of Andalusia's golf courses.
Art and Culture in the Capital of Málaga. Málaga is a rich art and cultural center, filled with Andalusian tradition and Arab monuments. The Picasso Museum in honor of the famous artist born in the province's capital, the Ronda bullring, the cathedral, and the Alcazaba Arabic fortress are only some of the many recommended tourist attractions.
Málaga's Gastronomy. Excellent food and drink are a magnetic force for travelers to Málaga. Mentionable foods include salazón, which are salted meats or fish, Arabic desserts made with honey, tapas, and sweet wines plus Spanish cooking techniques. Málaga's varied culinary culture makes it a favorite destine for even the most selective palates.
Are you considering IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts for your next trip to Málaga?
IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts is proud to offer 4-star resorts in Málaga: the IBEROSTAR Marbella Coral Beach in Marbella and the IBEROSTAR Málaga Playa in Torrox-Costa. Both resorts are ideal for a couple's escape or a fun-filled family trip with children. Enjoy the wellness areas, gardens, pools, live entertainment, best international and regional cuisine, and sports and recreation options along the Mediterranean Sea.