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Vacation rentals in Málaga

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Málaga

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Apartment in Málaga-Centro
Dream loft in the heart of old town 6 balconies
Exclusive and charming apartment perfectly located in calle San Juan in the heart of the historic center with 6 traditional balconies with a lot of natural light and high ceilings.This bright apartment is fully equipped, confortable and exquisite decorated.Around the corner you will find everything you need to experience the authentic and local lifestyle.We have our own local guide so you can visit and enjoy the authentic places where the locals usually go.The beach is within walking distance.
$108 per night
Apartment in Málaga-Centro
So Clean Low Cost Apartment at city centre no bars
NEW 1 bedroom apartment for 2 or 3 people with 2 beds: 1 double and 1 single, 40 metres away from MAIN AVENUE. Very clean, lightly and with new furniture, very comfortable. Wifi, lift, bed sheets, new building. The apartment is the best option because of its unbateable location: transport connections; airport train station is 3 minutes away :) As it appears on services, the apartment has a/a out of service and there is not a date to be back, due to this the price is under market as a low cost.
$56 per night
Apartment in Málaga-Centro
Rosa Picasso Birthplace Views with private Terrace
Maravilloso apartamento con vistas a Plaza de La Merced, casa natal de Picasso y monte de Gibralfaro desde su terraza privada. Ubicado en una de las mejores zonas de Malaga. Por estar en el último piso y contando con las mejores ventanas acústicas puede estar tranquilo que no escuchará ningún ruido de las vibrantes calles llena de vida! Equipado y decorado con la mayor atención al detalle y mucho amor 1 min del Teatro Cervantes 4 min del Museo de Picasso y Teatro Romano 10 mins de Malagueta
$82 per night

Stay near Málaga's top sights

Larios Centro Shopping Center215 locals recommend
Mercado Central de Atarazanas492 locals recommend
Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga683 locals recommend
Muelle Uno668 locals recommend
Alcazaba604 locals recommend
Plaza de la Merced284 locals recommend

Home rentals in Málaga

Home in Pedregalejo
$107 per night
Home in Málaga
house / apartment
$71 per night
Home in La Cala del Moral
Watch Waves Roll in from the Balcony
$150 per night
Home in Málaga
$171 per night
Home in Málaga
Coquettish and quiet house in Malaga
$168 per night
Home in Málaga
Amazing terrace. Plaza Merced
$100 per night
Home in Málaga
Pedregalejo, Malaga, Stropada 1
$79 per night
Home in Málaga-Centro
Historic house - La Puerta Azul
$60 per night
Home in Málaga
La Pereta: Immaculate quiet house, free parking.
$133 per night
Home in Málaga
Malaga vacation 1 minute from the beach.
$94 per night
Home in Málaga
Stunning Spanish Villa, 150 metres from Beach
$95 per night
Home in Málaga-Este
House in Malaga Mountains Natural Park
$85 per night

Your guide to Málaga

All About Málaga

Located in Andalusia on the Costa del Sol, Málaga is Spain’s busiest port city, boasting iconic museums, gorgeous Mediterranean beaches, and a popular film festival that has transformed the city into a cultural hotspot. As one of the oldest cities in Spain, Málaga’s cobblestone streets in its historic center are wonderful to explore. Discover tapas bars and restaurants, eclectic shops and cafés, and even a Moorish-style traditional hammam spa. There’s a modern, edgy side to Málaga in the Soho arts district, home to funky bars and innovative street murals. Visitors flock here to enjoy Málaga’s dark sand beaches and cool blue waters; rent a beach chair and dine at a seaside café for the optimal Costa del Sol experience.

You’ll find the Museo Picasso Málaga here as the city is the birthplace of the legendary Spanish artist. The space houses more than 200 of his artworks. You’ll also find museums of contemporary artists, automobiles, and ethnography here, as well as a museum of glass and crystal.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Málaga

Thanks to its Mediterranean climate, there’s no bad time to rent an apartment in Málaga. Because the coastline of Andalusia is protected by mountains, the area has its own microclimate. If you love the beach and the sun, the summer months of June through August are the most desirable, as the temperatures are balmy and enjoyable. There are also some popular events here too, including the week-long Málaga Fair in August, with live music, fireworks, and a funfair. Fall brings cooler yet moderate temperatures. In September, the Luna Mora Festival, celebrates Andalusian culture and food. Winter temperatures in Málaga are cool and brisk, so don’t forget to pack warm layers. In February, the entire city comes out to celebrate Carnival. Spring offers warmer temperatures, and April sees La Semana Santa (Holy Week), celebrated with a number of elaborate religious processions throughout the city.

Top things to do in Málaga

Málaga Cathedral

This Roman Catholic cathedral was constructed between 1528 and 1782 but never completed. The second tower on this imposing Renaissance and baroque-style cathedral was never built, leading to it often being referenced as the “one-armed lady.” You can go inside and explore the lavishly decorated building’s 131-foot ceiling and two organs with more than 4,000 pipes.

Centre Pompidou Málaga

Málaga is packed with cultural venues. An offshoot of the famous Pompidou Center in Paris, Centre Pompidou Málaga opened in 2015. Located in the port and housed under an enormous colorful glass cube, the museum features works and rotating exhibitions drawn from the Pompidou’s modern and contemporary art collections.

Castillo de Gibralfaro

This giant 14th-century castle sprawls across the hillside over Málaga, offering panoramic views over the city. You can take a bus or hike up the winding path to the castle, where you can walk around the ramparts. Inside, explore several courtyards and buildings, including a mini military room.

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