Costa Del Sol Hotels near Málaga
Málaga is the southernmost city in Spain. This large city lies in the Costa del Sol (coast of the sun) region of the Mediterranean, a location that favours warm winters. It is approximately 100 kilometres east of the Straight of Gibraltar and 130 kilometres north of Africa. Having a history that dates back to around 2800 years ago, Málaga is amongst the oldest cities in the world. It was founded by the Phoenicians and later ruled by the Roman Republic. Islam dominated the area after the fall of the Roman Empire, but was later overthrown by Christianity. ... Read more »
Málaga Top 3
- Experience amazing architecture, art museums, beaches, hiking, shopping and cuisine, in Málaga. With its marvellous attractions and scenic nature, this Costa del Sol city is packed with tourists every summer.
- Enjoy the sun and sand that Málaga has to offer. Tan on the beach or take a swim, or just relax on the sand with a great book.
- Visit the historical and cultural attractions that dot the entire Costa del Sol region.
The city is the centre and hub for the larger population of the Costa del Sol region. Málaga offers a variety of transportation from buses to cars to airplanes to boats to trains. Visitors are directed straight to the taxis as soon as they exit the airport. One of the road network systems there runs along the coast from Gibraltar to Almeria, whilst the other runs from Cordoba straight to your destination; travellers can easily connect with them from the airport. Boats are an alternative, offering a ferry route that connects Málaga to Melilla, in North Africa.« Hide