What to see in Malaga

The city of Malaga is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia, located in the south of Spain. Malaga is the sixth region most populated in Spain, and with all their reasons; Malaga embraces a tropical weather with a historic town, which catches the tourist interest. Indeed, in 2015 summer, Malaga had more of 312.00 tourists which enjoyed the beaches days, the night life and the historic culture that only Malaga can offer.

The tourism in Spain is a great economical source, specifically in Andalusia and their vibrant cities, here we notice the importance of incoming travel agencies and their tour operators like Iberinbound; that offer you many things to do, see and taste in Spain during you stay in the country. Know what to see in Malaga and live the unique southern experience:

The first thing that you can see in Malaga is their coast, “Costa del Sol”. This beach offer you kilometers of fantastic sandy beaches, actually it’s a preferred place to vacation for Spanish people.

After of enjoying the sun, is a good plan go to galleries and watch many contemporary arts work. It’s also essential visit the Picasso Museum in the center of Malaga. As well, if you are interested to learn of Spain culture and artistic evolution, the museum of Carmen Thyssen is perfect for that. There exist many public places in the city with much cultural weight, the “Plaza de la Merced” adjacent to “`Paseo de las chinitas”. The colorful buildings of “Azorbispal Palace” and the Agustin church are iconic places of history in Malaga. Located in the heart of the city, the Atarazanas Market offer you flavors and Spanish fragrances with vegetables and European herbs, essential in Mediterranean gastronomy.