The Moorish city of Malaga is situated on the south Coast of Spain, roughly fifteen minutes away from its international Airport making it easily accessible. Often referred to as the Capital of the Costa del sol, Malaga is steeped in over 2,500 years of history. From the cobbled streets of the old quarter and its mountainside Roman Amphitheatre to its many museums and the street-art-cloaked streets of its edgy Soho district, Malaga is quickly becoming the real cultural hub of Spain.

With its array of trendy rooftop bars and quirky side street eateries serving Malaga´s famous “Boquerones” amongst other local delights, you won’t go hungry! The grand, marble-paved main shopping street of Calle Larios coupled with many independent boutiques stores means that Shopaholics are well catered for too!

Set in a backdrop of golden sandy beaches, the port in Malaga is fast becoming an attraction in itself. Recently renovated with gardens and huge choice of dining options, the port now attracts worldwide cruise ships giving Malaga a real international vibe and putting it on the world map!