Málaga is a city full of history and tradition, but it is also the capital of the Costa del Sol. Cosmopolitan and welcoming, it is a home away from home for the traveler because of the locals' deep sense of hospitality. We will give you just a sampling of what this city of light and sand has to offer, because we are sure you will want to come back to experience more.
You take the old Granada road to reach the most beautiful area of Málaga. The many natural scenic lookouts along this route offer magnificent views of the bay, and there is the added interest of experiencing the unique gastronomy, anthropology and history of the area. The whole area is dotted with inns. Some are...
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In spite of its crime, noise, pollution, and traffic, it is also the cultural capital of the coast, with more museums and historic monuments than any other resort in this chapter. For most rail and air passengers, Málaga is the gateway to the Costa del Sol, but most visitors move on to other resorts in the east or west before nightfall.
Those who linger in Málaga can experience the city's casco antiguo, the cultural heart of the Old Town, and taste the sweet Málaga wine.
Paseo del Parque is the center of town. It begins at Plaza de la Marina (you'll find underground parking here) and curves to the...