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Málaga: Our recommendations
Malaga apartments or dream vacation on the Iberian Peninsula
Holiday apartments in Malaga are what you are looking for? Only here you will find magnificent landscapes, picturesque landscapes and spectacular open air locations for photos. Your vacation will be further enhanced by the very tasty Spanish cuisine, which will perfectly complement your stay..
Almost like the tropics
Malaga is located in a subtropical climate zone of Mediterranean type. What does this mean? Well, we can observe here very mild winters and long and warm summers. The average annual temperature is over 73 degrees during the day and 57 degrees at night. It is worth bearing in mind that you can rent apartments in Malaga at any time of the year. November here is like the first half of June in Poland and there is almost no rainfall. You can enjoy beautiful weather all year round and the temperatures in spring and autumn are ideal for walking and sightseeing.
Castles, fortresses and churches
Are you fascinated by history and enjoy learning about stories from previous eras? Then you should go to the Castle of Gibralfaro (Castillo de Gibralfaro), which was built by Yusuf I. He was the Muslim ruler of Granada ruling in the first half of the 14th century. The castle was built on a mountain 130 feet above sea level, all to defend the Alcazaba fortress located at the foot of the mountain. Both the castle and the fortress are connected by a passage protected by a single line of walls, while the entire castle served a military function until 1925. This entire structure was built with modern features in mind. The zigzag walls made it possible to dispense with the construction of flanking towers, while the main gate was designed in such a way that the invaders had to change the direction of attack, which in turn weakened its momentum and prevented the use of battering rams.
If you have apartments in the center of Málaga, keep in mind that there is a ramp available at the top of the walls that offers an amazing view of the city, and if the visibility is good, you can even see Giblartar or the Moroccan Atlas Mountains. After the Spanish conquered Málaga in 1487, the castle became the residence of Ferdinand II Catholic and his wife Isabella I Catholic.
Agree with the rule that you can never have enough history and sightseeing? Then visit the Renaissance church in Malaga, Andalusia. Here, you can still admire the Arab walls that form a large architectural ensemble with the nearby Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle. The entire cathedral and its interior were built in a typical Renaissance style. So if you are an architecture lover, renting accommodation in Malaga will give you a real historical feast..
Do you know what "white garlic" is? It is a soup served cold, which is also known as white gazpacho. Having booked accommodation in Malaga, it is impossible not to try it. It is made with bread, ground almonds, garlic, water, olive oil and salt. Some people also add vinegar to it. This traditional dish is served with grapes, melon or apple slices. If you like original combinations, try albondigas en salsa de almendras, or meatballs in almond sauce. And for all seafood lovers, there are anchovies marinated in vinegar, or boquerones en vinagre..
An overnight stay in Malaga can also be a great opportunity to try a dish called fritura malagueña, or deep-fried fish and seafood. They are always served with a slice of lemon. Pipirrana malagueña, on the other hand, is a refreshing salad consisting of onions, tomato, cucumber and red and green peppers. Salt, pepper, olive oil and sherry-based vinegar are added as seasonings. The base of pipirran is usually octopus or shrimp.
Do you love refreshing drinks and soups? Then booking apartments in Malaga was a good choice. Porra antequerana comes from the Andalusian town of Antequera, near Málaga. It is nothing more than a cooler, which is a derivative of the well-known Spanish gazpacho. The soup consists of sun-dried tomatoes, bread, garlic, olive oil and peppers, and the whole dish is served in tapas form.
Apartments in Malaga will give you the opportunity to have the best vacation by the Spanish sea!.
Visit these 3 museums of Malaga
The number of museums in Malaga is extremely large. Moreover, the cultural offer is very diverse. Some museums have a local character like the Flamenco Museum, the Wine Museum and, of course, the Picasso Museum. But a museum in Malaga with international contemporary art is also easy to find. There is a museum to suit every enthusiast's taste. A museum is never far away from your vacation home in Malaga. Some museums are free to visit on Sundays..
The Museo Picasso Málaga is by far the most famous museum in Málaga and is located in the beautiful Palacio Buenavista. Most of the art on display was made available by the famous artist's family. The Museo Picasso Málaga is still fairly young and is not far from the master's birthplace. With its extraordinary collection, the museum is definitely among the top sights in Málaga.
Specially nice and also free to visit is CAC Málaga, the center for contemporary art. The not too large permanent collection but instead many changing exhibitions make this museum in Málaga particularly interesting. If you book an apartment in the center of Málaga, you can walk straight to this surprising museum with visual arts from the 20th and 21st centuries. Be surprised by painting, photography and sculptures by international and Spanish artists! .
If you book a vacation rental in Malaga at the port, you can walk to the Centre Pompidou Malaga. This museum, a real eye-catcher thanks to the colorful cube on the roof, fits perfectly into this modern part of the city. The Centre Pompidou is an annex of the world-famous museum of the same name from France. Besides art objects and painting, there is a lot of audiovisual art to admire.
The 3 lively day trips around Malaga
1. Day trip to Gibraltar
When you decide not to spend a day lying in the sun at your cottage or apartment in Málaga, it is definitely worth going out. To make an interesting day trip, you can rent a car or join an organized day trip that you can book at the local tourist office. Or take a trip abroad? British Gibraltar is only an hour away. In the Spanish climate, you can enjoy English culture while wild monkeys swing around you.
2. Historic Ronda
A day trip to one of the ancient "white cities," such as Ronda, surrounded by Spanish pines, is a must do. The historic, Moorish old town sits on a cliff and has three bridges connecting it across a gorge.
3. Aqualand Torremolinos.
A vacation with children from a vacation home in Malaga is an adventure. Visit an amusement park near Málaga, such as Aqualand Torremolinos.
Beautiful cathedrals, historic fortresses and unique museums
The construction of the Renaissance temple began in the 16th century and was completed in the 18th century. In its interior, one can admire, among other things, the choir with wooden figures by Pedro de Mena and the painting Mother of Sorrows Luis Morales.
Pablo Picasso Museum.
The museum preserves works by Picasso created between 1892 and 1972, donated by the artist's family. They include paintings, prints, sculptures and ceramics.
Castle of Gibralfaro.
The 14th-century castle was built on the orders of Emir Yusuf I. The walls of the structure, the powder magazine and the wells have survived until modern times.
The palace complex was built in the early 11th century on a hill situated in the middle of Málaga. The former residence of the Hamudid dynasty is the best preserved Moorish fortress in Spain.
Museum of Motoring and Fashion.
The institution has amassed a rich collection of vehicles dating between the late 19th century and the outbreak of World War I. It is also possible to see hats designed by such celebrities as Christian Dior or Coco Chanel.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Malaga are apartment rentals and house rentals. We search from more than 1,302 accommodations in Malaga to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo, you will find vacation rentals starting from €52 in Malaga. On average, accommodations in Malaga will have a size of 176 m² (House rentals) and 71 m² (Apartment rentals).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in Malaga?
When traveling with your dog in Malaga, apartment rentals are recommended. These are the most common pet-friendly accommodations with an average price of €212 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in Malaga. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 5 guests.