Fly To Malaga For Art, Food, Sunshine, and Romance

Finally, the long hard winter is almost over. Reward yourself with a city break come summer and head to the southern Spanish City of  Malaga.

Malaga is a sunshine city perfect for art lovers.

Malaga, the largest city of Costa Del Sol has a Mediterranean climate. They refer the season here three springs and one summer. Hence, flights to Malaga are very popular among tourists especially those from northern Europe to bask on the year round warm sun and sand.

The city is also very famous as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso (and of Antonio Banderas for the new generation). Thus, holiday to Malaga is very appealing especially to art lovers. Not only you will see the ancestral home but you will also have the chance to visit Museo Picasso. Here you will be acquainted with the fascinating works of the Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, and stage designer. Picasso is considered one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century.

Along with other important art museums, sightseeing also includes the Roman Theater and the Malaga Cathedral. If you are feeling more adventurous, you can try rock climbing in and around the city. Among others, they have Kings Walkway – an amazing pathway suspended high above the gorge.

Seafood is in abundance in Malaga. In fact, it is also considered among the best in the region. You can also try the authentic Spanish paella, tapas, and their local wine called mosto from muscat grapes.

Malaga, with its pleasant beaches and luxury hotel accommodation, is also a perfect break for holiday romance. The Spanish allure, excellent nightlife, winery, and a couple of visits to old castles of Alcazaba and Castillo de Gibralfaro enures plenty of romance in the air.

Enjoy your Spanish getaway!

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One Response to Fly To Malaga For Art, Food, Sunshine, and Romance

  1. joy says:

    3 springs and 1 summer, wow great seasons they have, i love looking at paintings and old structures, surely i would enjoy my trip there, the only question is when? hehe

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