From the USA to sunny Europe: Malaga and the Costa del Sol

Malaga - sun and sea in Andalucia

Birthplace of the great artistPicasso, Malaga is a much-loved destination of the Costa del Sol, on the southern coast of Spain. If you're looking for some true Mediterranean sunshine and fabulous beaches with plenty of sightseeing, then this Andalusian province is where you want to go. Summers are hot, hot hot! Tourists have been flocking to Malaga for years so the city has had time to develop high quality services and amenities for its visitors. During your stay, you can expect excellent cuisine, comfortable hotels either along the beach front or a little further in town, a vibrant nightlife, and fun family entertainment. Flights to Malaga from New York with Air France; get your euros, sun cream, shades, and sandals ready for a holiday in the Mediterranean!

Malaga- not just a beach holiday

The pristine sand beaches are beautiful, plentiful, and well-kept. You can soak up the sun for hours on end, play beach sports, and revitalize your body and mind in the warm Mediterranean Sea. But there is more to Malaga than just sunshine and sea. The relaxed coastal resorts such as Marbella, Benalmadena, Torremolinos welcome guests all year round. The city of Malaga, with its historical center, architecture, monuments, and museums, offers visitors many attractions. Public transport is highly developed and you can get to and from your resort with ease. If you desire greater independence, hire a car : those coastline roads do offer great views.
Families will enjoy days out to the water parks. Golf lovers, can play on a different course every day - Malaga is famous for its excellent golf courses. Beautiful gardens and parks also allow for relaxing moments away from the sandy beaches.
If you love Picasso's work, you may wish to visit the "Museo Casa Natal de Picasso", his birthplace, where you will find paintings and objects of his childhood. Of course, the Picasso museum itself is well worth a visit with its collection of paintings and sculptures; it's open every day except Mondays.
Discover Roman sites such as the Romano Theater. Spain's Moorish history is visible through the remains of the Alcazaba fortress and Castillo de Gibralfaro. Also, one must mention the White Villages of the province, traditional Spanish villages bathing lazily in the surrounding hills, beautiful and welcoming, much like the locals, who are known for their warmth and friendliness.

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