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The birthplace of iconic artist Pablo Picasso, Malaga is the capital of the Province of Malaga in Andalusia, Spain. It lies on the Costa del Sol of the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys one of the mildest winters in Europe. Malaga is also the source of a popular dessert wine of the same name, that is made from the Moscatel and Pedro Ximenez grape varieties. With a colorful history going back almost 3,000 years, Malaga has several archeological monuments that bear the influence of the cultures that dominated the different eras of its existence. To this day, Phoenician, Roman, Arabic and Christian monuments abound in the center of the city. has a list of Malaga hotels that will place you right in the heart of this ancient land. Choose the one that best suits your travel plans and budget.

What's Malaga Like?

There are several locations in Malaga that have a direct link to its most famous native son. You can see the house where Picasso was born at Plaza de la Merced or visit the church where he was baptized, the Iglesia de Santiago on Calle Granada. This church is also Malaga's oldest church dating back to the late 1400's. It displays an eclectic mix of architectural styles with both Gothic and Mudejar influences clearly evident. If you're an ardent admirer of Picasso, the Museo Picasso Malaga is a must-see. It houses a large collection of the artist's works and can be found in the Palacio de los Condes de Buenavista. One of Malaga's most famous landmarks, La Alcazaba is a Moorish fortress that enjoys a commanding view of the sea. It was originally built around 750 AD to defend the town against pirates. It has suffered some neglect and decay in its centuries of existence and has been rebuilt several times by different rulers. It has recently been carefully restored and is now in a well-preserved state. At the foot of La Alcazaba is another famous city attraction, El Teatro Romano. It is the oldest monument in Malaga. Buried and forgotten under five centuries of history, it was rediscovered in 1951. A decades-long restoration process soon began. Today, El Teatro Romano is once again open to the public and is the site of a number of performances from well-known Spanish and world-class artists. Any one of the Malaga hotels in's website is an excellent location to begin your exploration of these and other Malaga attractions.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Malaga

There are several beaches in Malaga that are quite popular with both residents and visitors alike. On the shores of Playa Las Acacias or Playa de la Misericordia and other beaches within easy driving distance, you will be won over by the warmth and graciousness of the Spanish people. A friendly wave and a simple 'Hola, Como estas?" is usually all it takes to elicit a welcoming smile from them. Whether you prefer to be by the water or stay closer to the center of town, one of's Malaga hotels will put you right where you want to be. Begin your visit to this rich and historic town by choosing the ideal accommodation for your stay. makes it easy with its interactive maps that lets you know exactly where your hotel will be in Malaga. We take the guesswork out of finding the perfect place to stay and let you have fun from the moment you arrive at your destination.

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