Safety plan and measures for the tourism sector implemented in Malaga in view of the Covid-19 crisis

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Malaga, better than ever

The city of Malaga is coming back better than ever, with a wide range of tourist, cultural and leisure activities for locals and visitors alike. Malaga is a safe destination, where a model of sustainable and innovative tourism converges with its maritime traditions, creating new trends that fill the streets with art, culture, cuisine and entertainment – an ideal destination for enjoying unique and unforgettable experiences.





Visit the Alcazaba, a palatial fortification built between 1057 and 1063, with spectacular views over the Bay of Malaga, uniting history and beauty.

Explore the history of Gibralfaro Castle in its Interpretation Centre and walk along its walls, from where you can enjoy impressive views of Malaga.

Learn all about Roman life and customs through the new technologies offered by the Roman Theatre’s Interpretation Centre, and enjoy unique cultural shows inside.

Malaga, European capital of smart tourism

Malaga is one of the European Union’s pioneering cities in offering a tourism model that is in line with its strong commitment to sustainability, accessibility, digitalisation and cultural heritage. That is why the European Commission has distinguished the Costa del Sol’s capital city with this title, giving Malaga a unique opportunity to position itself as one of the most relevant and innovative destinations in Europe.


Playas de Málaga

Playas de Málaga

Málaga es un destino perfecto donde combinar tu visita cultural, museística, gastronómica o monumental con un baño en sus playas o una caminata por sus paseos marítimos. Con más de 14 kilómetros de playas, la capital malagueña, se convierte en un lugar de esparcimiento y relajación. Además, todas sus playas están perfectamente comunicadas y dotadas de todos los servicios necesarios para que hacer de tu visita una experiencia segura y divertida.

Beaches in Malaga

Beaches in Malaga

Malaga is the perfect destination for combining culture, museums, cuisine, and monuments with a swim on its beaches and a walk along its promenades. With more than 14 kilometres of beaches, the city of Malaga is a place of leisure and relaxation. Moreover, all its beaches are excellently connected and equipped with all the necessary services to make your visit a safe and fun experience.



Nature in the heart of the city of Malaga

Malaga is home to a wealth of nature for you to enjoy, including special and unique areas such as the Parque Natural Montes de Málaga (Malaga Mountains Natural Park), Paraje Natural Desembocadura del Guadalhorce (Guadalhorce River Mouth Natural Park), and Parque de Málaga (Malaga Park).
All these spaces offer a variety of educational and interpretive nature activities, as well as a range of sports and leisure activities, which are sure to make your visit a unique experience.

Malaga is a city that stands out for its open urban spaces, allowing you to stroll around and enjoy the city, with its wonderful views of the Mediterranean Sea and of its local mountains. It also has fully pedestrianised areas that are ideal for enjoying time with the family or for practising sport.

Discover Malaga

Discover Malaga, a city that stands out for its past as a stately harbour town, for its industrial and innovative heritage, for its maritime traditions, and for its wide range of cultural offerings, which include more than 40 museum spaces, as well as important urban art projects such as the one developed in its Soho Arts District.

Malaga: a stately harbour town

Soho: the Art

Seaside neighbourhoods: Palo and Pedregalejo