Málaga Travel Guide - Spain

Málaga Travel Guide - Spain

Málaga is located on the southern Mediterranean coast of of Spain. One of the most important coastal cities in Andalusia with the second largest Mediterranean port, Málaga has a population of about 600,000. It enjoys nice weather all year long and average temperatures of 23ºC (73ºF).

Málaga boasts a unique culture and history, evident everywhere in its many architectural attractions. You will find a Roman theater dating to the 3rd century A.D, a 6th century Moorish fortress and an 8th century cathedral converted from an antecedent mosque, just to name a few. Vestiges of Islamic culture pervade the city - much like Granada - but Málaga also stands out for its beautiful beaches and renowned art museums. Pablo Picasso was a native malagueño and a brand new art musuem has just been erected to celebrate his masterpieces. The popular actor Antonio Banderas also calls Málaga home too, so suffice it to say that this town has a plenty of personality and culture within its modest confines.

Málaga is also a fantastic starting point to get to know Andalusia, with Sevilla and Granada located just a quick trip away.

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