Malaga Airport Transfers:
Malaga, in the Costa del Sol, is the capital of the Malaga Province, in Andalusia. Boasting the warmest winters in Europe, the summer months enjoy a warm, subtropical climate. Teamed with the fantastic beaches of Malaga itself, along with those of the popular beach resorts in the surrounding towns such as Torremolinos, Fuengirola and Marbella, it is easy to see why Malaga is so well-loved by tourists from Europe and beyond.
One of the oldest cities in the world, dating back 2,800 years, Malaga itself is steeped in culture and history. It was the birthplace of the painter, Pablo Picasso, and tourists are able to visit his place of birth, as well as the Museo Picasso Málaga. There is plenty to enjoy in Malaga city, beyond the range of stunning beaches. The city is host to the annual Malaga film festival, which is held each year in April.
Playa de las Acacias is one of the Costa del Sol’s most popular beaches, with plenty of watersports and activities to keep children entertained for hours. There are also smaller, secluded spots for the holidaymakers who want to enjoy a bit of peaceful sunbathing.