Málaga is a city and a municipality in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. This is the southernmost large city in Europe. It lies on the Costa del Sol of the Mediterranean Sea which is about 100 km east of the Strait of Gibraltar.
Sea breezes from the Mediterranean coastline regulates the summer heat to a more comfortable levels than the inland Andalusian towns and the Malaga Mountains form the perfect barrier to protect the city from the colder weather in winter.
Malaga has beautiful landscapes and picturesque villages. For the serious yachting enthusiast this is the ideal place to start exploring the Costa del Sol. The bay of Andalusia in which Malaga nestles is one of the safest harbours capable of giving safe anchorage to the largest of luxury yachts.
You can have the perfect luxury charter yacht during your Malaga yacht charter holiday. You will have an exclusive portfolio of the finest charter yachts including luxury motor yachts & sailing yachts.
As well as homage to the great Picasso, other great historic monuments include the imposing Baroque Cathedral.
High on the hill above the city is the Moorish castle; a wonderful place to either stay the night or have a long lunch enjoying the privileged surroundings with panoramic views over Malaga city and out across the port to sea.
There are also many churches in and around the centre of great architectural and historic interest well worth visiting. Malaga centre is not only the perfect place to explore the many historical monuments, atmospheric little streets and squares with delightful café culture, but it is also a wonderful shopping centre.
At the top of Larios is the main square and is the centre of attention throughout the year when cultural, traditional and religious events are being celebrated.
In Malaga there is no shortage of places to eat and drink. f you find yourself in a Malaga beach bar then the traditional espeto sardines cooked outside on a skewer is not only delicious, but also an integral part of the healthy Mediterranean diet.
The great beaches of nearby Costa del Sol are what have made Malaga one of the most visited regions of Spain. But this town has more to offer than just seaside and sunshine.