Malaga is like a trip into a real-life story book. Tales of castles and kings will delight children when they visit here. The adventure begins at Alcazaba. This fortress was built for the Muslim governors of the city who served under King Badis, ruler of the Zirid Dynasty. Alcazaba was designed for defensive purposes, so just try to bust through any of its 30 gates. Another great spot is Magic Park, an indoor children's playground situated in the center of Málaga. The play area covers more than 1000 square meters where children can entertain themselves with slides, colored balls, and trampolines. Kids will also love the Toy Section of El Corte Ingles, Spain's best department store. You and the kids can also bask in the sun at Playas delas Acacias. The sandy beaches in the Pedregalejo are protected by a fortress of rocks that subdue the waves. Malaga is a family-friendly paradise waiting for you.
Calle Alcazabilla 2
Moorish citadel with great views of Malaga...
Paseo Marítimo del Pedregal 10
Surrounded by Breakwaters and Terraces... read more
Calle Trinidad Grund 29
Entertaining children's playground... read more
Camino del Jardin Botanico 3
Avenida de la Aurora 25
The City's Largest Shopping Centre... read more
Sacred Objects from Religious Processions... read more
Calle Hilera 2
Seat Of The Esperanza Sisterhood... read more