What to see in Malaga
Can't miss out...
  • Malaga Picasso Foundation - Birthplace
    (270 m)
  • Roman Theater
    (450 m)
  • Carmen Thyssen Malaga Museum
    (500 m)
  • Malaga Cathedral
    (500 m)
  • Alcazaba
    (750 m)
  • Pompidou Center Malaga
    (1,2 km)
  • Muelle Uno
    (1,2 km)
  • La Malagueta Beach
    (2,1 km)
  • La Concepción Botanical Garden
    (5,8 km)
Malaga, capital of the Costa del Sol, is a bustling and lively city full of places worth exploring. The Cathedral, the Alcazaba, the Roman Theater and the Pompidou Museum are just some of them. Strolling down the port is a must. There you can take a good wine or beer before heading the beach to experience some of the freshest fried fish in a typical chiringuito by the seaside. Taking some tasty tapas in any of the bars of the city it is always a great idea too!
Places of interest
ALCAZABA
ALCAZABA

The Alcazaba in Malaga is an ancient fortress attached to the old town.It is one of the landmarks of the city, one of the most visited places because of its history and beauty. It is considered a Cultural and Historical Patrimony of Spain and provides stunning panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean.
Cathedral
CATHEDRAL

Located just 500 m away from the Hostel, Malaga Cathedral (Santa Iglesia Catedral Basílica de la Encarnació) is one of the most important Renaissance jewels of the entire region.It was declared Historical Monument in 1931 and a site of Cultural Interest in 1985.
MUELLE UNO
MUELLE UNO

Here you will find entertainment, restaurants and culture, next to Pompidou Center.This area is perfect for shopping, have a drink in a fancy restaurant, visit the Museum or just take a walk enjoying the sunset.