is the capital city of the Costa del Sol and it's
international airport provides the gateway to all
of the other Andalusian towns. Málaga airport
is one of the largest in Spain, the airport has flight
connections to over 60 countries worldwide, and more
than 13 million passengers passed through it in 2006.
Málaga also serve as a major port and an industrial
centre for southern Spain. Entrance to and exit from
Málaga is made easy by the AP7 highway, the
A7 (former N340) coastal road and the rail service.
One of the nicest areas is
the Harbour. Particularly with a lovely park alongside,
it allows you to relax from the sometimes so busy
city. The Paseo del Parque pathway leads you from
the Plaza de Marina to the bullfighting arena. It
lies just on the feet of the impressive castle de
Alcazaba, which reins over the city, make sure you
visit it on your next Málaga holiday.
There are many festivals celebrated
throughout the year, such as the International Jazz
Festival (at the beginning of November) and the Film
Festival (held yearly in March) and much more. Málaga
centre is not only the perfect place to explore the
many historical monuments, atmospheric little streets
and squares with delightful cafe culture, but it is
also a wonderful shopping centre.