Photo Montes Nature Park

Montes Nature Park

Only nine miles from the centre of Malaga is the Nature Park-los Montes which covers around 12,108 acres and 93 miles of forest path. It has five rivers and lots of Mediterranean forest.

Photo Granada


Granada is another extremely popular tourist destination which is a must-visit if you are on holiday in Malaga.

Photo Constitution Square

Constitution Square

Constitution Square, formerly known as Plaza Mayor or Plaza de las cuarto calles, is at the heart of the historic centre of Malaga.

Photo Ronda


About 60 miles from Malaga city is Ronda, a city which is located in the province of Malaga and has a number of important features attracting lots of tourists each year.

Photo Retiro Park

Retiro Park

Carretera de Coín, s/n, Churriana, Malaga

Photo Marbella


Another top tourist destination in Andalusia is Marbella, renowned as home to the rich and famous, as well as top designer stores and probably the most prominent yacht marina in Spain.

Photo O'mamma mia

O’mamma mia

O'mamma mia is just minutes from the seafront and is near La Malagueta Bull Ring.

Avenida de Pries, 13, Malaga