Hotels in Malaga

Hotels in Malaga

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Malaga Key Facts

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Malaga is the euro.

£10 = 3 pints of beer, or 3 tapas dishes.

Local Time

1 hour ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

Malaga has a typical Mediterranean climate and stays warm throughout the year, making it a great destination for a winter break. In the summer peak season the temperature soars to around 30°C. A good time to visit is during the spring and autumn, when the weather is pleasantly hot with temperatures in the 20s, fewer visitors and prices often lower than in the summer.
If you’re looking for hotels in Malaga near a surplus of trendy bars and contemporary restaurants, the city’s La Merced region is where to make your base. If you’re all about markets, street performers and the best traditional tapas joints, this is the perfect area for getting immersed into local culture. Tourists looking to venture off the beaten path should consider exploring El Perchel, an old-school barrio that highlights Malaga’s fishing roots. Head there for the freshest seafood at the area’s delightful Mercado El Carmen market.The city is the birthplace of Picasso, so if you’re an art lover, consider choosing one of the hotels in Malaga close to the Museo Picasso Malaga for easy access to more than 200 of the artist’s works. If that doesn’t sate your aesthetic needs, the Contemporary Art Centre of Malaga is just over 15 minutes away on foot. Here, you can indulge in some Damien Hirst, Louise Bourgeois and Juan Muñoz, as well as a host of visiting exhibitions.Families with children can find hotels in Malaga near kid friendly activities and attractions. Playa de la Malagueta is close to cafes and restaurants, and ideal for paddling and creating works of sand art. Further east, Playa de La Caleta is a city beach that offers watersports opportunities – so if you’ve ever wanted to try snorkelling, this is your chance. Don’t forget to visit some waterparks. Aqualand Torremolinos is about 20 minutes away by car, where there are thrilling slides and flumes for all ages to enjoy.

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