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What to Do in Málaga: Must See Attractions

Málaga Attractions

Malaga is one of Spain’s top travel destinations. Located in the southern part of the country, this marvelous city offers spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea and is known for its frequently pleasant weather. It is always easy to find plenty of fun things to do in Malaga.

If you are taking Malaga tours, you will definitely want to check out the city’s best historical sites. The Cathedral of Malaga was completed during the 18th century and is one of the most iconic places in the city. The palatial fortress known as the Alcazaba is another one of the must see historical sites around Malaga. There is also an ancient Roman theatre in the city that should not be missed while on your journey.

You can also take Malaga excursions to some of the finest local museums. Famous artist Pablo Picasso, who was born in this city, has a museum dedicated in his memory. You can also see a beautiful display of shiny things inside the Museum of Glass and Crystal. A full selection of vintage cars can be seen at the Automobile Museum of Malaga. Any city map will help guide you to these museums.

For a more relaxing experience, you can visit many of the local outdoor spots. The beach known as La Malagueta is the perfect place to go to enjoy sunbathing on the soft sand. You can also take a peaceful stroll along the promenade that goes through the Paseo del Parque to see beautiful palm trees and a series of impressive outdoor statues.

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Things to Do in Málaga with Kids

There are lots of sensational experiences in Málaga that the entire gang will enjoy. Here are some of the most popular family friendly experiences around.

Free Things to Do in Málaga

Taking a break in Málaga on a budget? The following can be experienced for nothing.

Centre de Arte Contemporaneo - Filled with fascinating displays and objects, this gallery is heaven for minds that burn with curiosity.

University of Malaga - Appreciate the design and originality of this fantastic example of modern architecture.

Palacio Episcopal - Get ready to feel like you've been transported back in time while roaming around this historic attraction.

Calle Larios - Spend a while in this buzzing spot and experience life as a local resident.

Larios Monument - Set aside some time to have a look at this place of local significance.

Málaga Cathedral - Take a moment for some prayer or meditation at this respected holy site.

Malagueta Beach - Enjoy a relaxing walk by the water's edge and maybe even stick a toe in.

Monte Victoria, Málaga - Let the natural beauty soothe your soul.

Tajo's Tree-Lined Avenue - Organize a picnic date and enjoy a relaxing stroll around the trees and shrubs.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Málaga

Málaga Centro

Picasso Museum Malaga and Alcazaba are a few top attractions in Málaga Centro. Hop around the city on the metro at La Marina Station or La Malagueta Station and check out the area's fantastic nightlife, stunning cathedral, and captivating waterfront views.



The beaches and abundant dining options are top of the list for many visitors to Churriana. A stop by Los Alamos or Los Alamos Beach might round out your trip.

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Ciudad Jardin

Ciudad Jardin is noteworthy for its restaurants, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Malaga Botanical Garden and Parque Natural Montes de Malaga.


Carretera de Cadiz

You might take some time to check out the beaches in Carretera de Cadiz. Spend some time visiting top spots like Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena, and catch the metro at La Luz - La Paz Station or Puerta Blanca Station to see more of the area.

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La Malagueta

Pristine beaches, ample dining options, and captivating waterfront views are just a few things travelers love about La Malagueta. Sights like Malagueta Beach and Plaza de Toros de la Malagueta are top spots to explore, and you can get around the greater Málaga area at La Malagueta Station.

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You'll enjoy the cafés and spas in Malaga-Este. You might want to make time for a stop at Malagueta Beach or Parque Natural Montes de Malaga.


Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Málaga on a sunny day?

When the weather is perfect, these outdoor experiences are hard to pass up:

What to do in Málaga on a rainy day?

There's no need to squelch your way through a wet day when there are so many fantastic indoor activities to try:

What should I not miss in Málaga?

You'll want to put these sights toward the top of your must-do list to make the most of your visit:

  • Alcazaba
  • Málaga Cathedral
  • Gibralfaro Castle
  • Malaga Roman Theatre

Are there cheap things to do in Málaga?

If you're vacationing on a budget, you may like to add these affordable activities and tours to your agenda:

What can you do in Málaga for free?

You could store your wallet in the hotel safe for the day, because these fantastic attractions will cost you nothing:

  • Málaga Cathedral
  • Gibralfaro Castle
  • Port of Malaga
  • Malagueta Beach