Also known as the capital of the Costa del Sol, Malaga is an important historical city and a popular tourist destination thanks to its very intense cultural life and the presence of the Pablo Picasso Museum and over 30 museum structures including the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Wine Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts.
Il historic center of Malaga it is full of monuments, including the Alcazaba, the Roman Theater and the Castillo de Gibralfaro, ancient streets and large tree-lined avenues closed to traffic, ideal for relaxing walks and shopping.
Malaga is also known for its warm welcome and its own food and wine specialties such as the fritura malagueña, a mixed fry based on fish, anchovies and squid and its “mountain wine”. In the evening you can have fun in the many bars and clubs of Malaga, famous for their lively nightlife. If you are looking for something different, head to Muelle Uno, a contemporary entertainment complex in the harbor area, or to Soho, a new artsy district with a bohemian flavor.
During the year in Malaga they are celebrated numerous festivals including the International Jazz Festival in early November and the Film Festival in early March.