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Discovering Malaga by car Málaga Tour

Staying in Malaga offers easy access to the many and varied sights of the Costa del Sol and surrounding areas, well known for its huge tourist economy, but also rich in history and culture.
•Driving with your car in the mountains to the west of Malaga is the picturesque village of Mijas. One of the best examples of a “white village” in Andalusia, Mijas has a unique ancient square bullring and still maintains the tradition of donkey taxis which can be hired in the central plaza to carry passengers around the town.
• Continuing by car to the west along the Costa del Sol will bring you to the popular resorts of Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Fuengirola. These Andalusian towns are renowned throughout northern Europe for their holiday atmosphere and fine beaches.
• Further along this stretch of Mediterranean lie the towns of Marbella and Estepona with Spain’s most popular golf courses in between. This exclusive region attracts the young and rich from across Europe. Marbella, in particular, offers designer boutique shopping, first class restaurants and a port, which is home to a vast array of luxury yachts throughout the year.
• For a more traditional landscape try heading east along the coast from Malaga where the mountainous countryside is used primarily for local agriculture. The main town to visit is the idyllic Spanish village of Nerja famous for its ancient limestone caves and stunning stalactites.
Arriving at Malaga aiport
As you would expect from a thriving business and cultural centre, Malaga is easily accessible by travellers. Situated 10 Km outside or the city centre Malaga Airport is within 2-3 hours flying time from across most of Northern Europe with affordable flights arriving daily to Spain’s 5th largest airport. • Malaga city centre is a short journey from the airport with a choice of routes. Normally tourist hire a car on arrival but you have the train option from the airport.
• Train: depart every half hour (15 and 45 minutes past the hour, between 7.15am & 11:45pm) taking approximately 12 minutes. The No. 19 is the main bus route into Malaga It also departs every half hour (on the hour and half past, between 7am & midnight) from outside Main Arrivals.
• A more convenient alternative may be a taxi direct from the Airport, which should take about 20 minutes and cost no more than 85 euros. • Good road networks make leisurely exploration of the surrounding coastal region by car a tempting option. Anyone travelling to a tight schedule should be aware that tailbacks on the N340, the main coastal road, tend to cause unavoidable delays throughout the holiday season.
• The bus station in Malaga provides routes to all large Spanish cities and also the smaller local towns and villages. Organisation and preparation are essential when planning to travel through Spain by bus, as regulations can be problematic for those with time constraints.
• As always, allow for regional variations such as purchase of ticket not before 20 minutes to departure time or long queues for travel information. • For long haul trips the Daibus service can prove a reliable and economical alternative to rail when travelling from the Costa del Sol to the centre of Spain. The journey from Marbella to Madrid takes about 8 hours with on stop en route.
Rent a Car at Malaga Railway Station Travel Advice in Malaga railway station The railway station has 2 car parking, in the commercial area “Vialia” you can found shops, cinema, restaurants and Bars. You are able now travel by the fast train called AVE to Cordoba and from there to Madrid. On arrival to the railwat station yoy can take a taxi, a bus or hire a car.
Situated on the southern coast of Spain and surrounded by mountains Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol. The exceptionally good Mediterranean climate and well kept beaches help to maintain the city as one of Europe’s premier tourist destinations.
Malaga is situated in a prime position to take convenient short breaks at destinations throughout southern Spain. If you have decided to hire a car you can drive to the East of Malaga is Granada with the magnificent Alhambra. To the northwest is the Andalusian capital of Seville and further along the coast to the west is the port of Cadiz. A busy town, with frequent crossings to Gibraltar, Cadiz and the nearby town of Tarifa are popular for water sport activities particularly windsurfing.
• Malaga is a diverse and vibrant city providing visitors with a superb choice of amenities and a wide range of bars and restaurants. A dynamic cultural heritage dating from its Phoenician origins in 1100 BC through Roman and then Moorish occupations ensures an abundance of areas of special interest in the region. v • One of the major artistic forces of the Twentieth Century was born in Malaga in 1881. At his birthplace on the Plaza de la Merced can now be found the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation, which is dedicated to the life and works of this prolific artist. The Foundation is open to the public daily and is free of charge. • A major landmark in the area is the impressive walled fortress La Alcazaba. Built by the Moors in the 11th Century on the site of a Roman Fortress, dating back to 700 AD, Alcazaba is positioned on the Gibralfaro Hill offering magnificent views across the city and harbour.
• The ruins of a 2nd Century roman amphitheatre are found below the entrance to Alcazaba and are currently under construction. • Above Alcazaba is Gibralfaro Castle which was completed in the 15th Century by the Muslim King Yusuf.
• Dating from 1528 the city’s cathedral was built on the site of the mosque, which remained after the expulsion of the Moors from Spain. • Inside can be found the Cathedral Museum containing a rich display of sculpture and paintings. Located next to the cathedral on Plaza del Obispo is the Diocesal Museum that houses a substantial collection of religious artefacts.
Car Rentals in Malaga Discovering Malaga by car
Many tourist hire a car at Malaga airport, when they arrive. You can drive to the mountains to the west of Malaga is the picturesque village of Mijas. One of the best examples of a “white village” in Andalusia, Mijas has a unique ancient square bullring and still maintains the tradition of donkey taxis which can be hired in the central plaza to carry passengers around the town. Continuing by car to the west along the Costa del Sol will bring you to the popular resorts of Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Fuengirola. These Andalusian towns are renowned throughout northern Europe for their holiday atmosphere and fine beaches.
Further along this stretch of Mediterranean lie the towns of Marbella and Estepona with Spain’s most popular golf courses in between, you can visit all of them by car easily... Marbella, in particular, offers designer boutique shopping, first class restaurants and a port, which is home to a vast array of luxury yachts throughout the year.
Just 2 hours by car you can reach the east of Malaga, Granada with the magnificent Alhambra. To the northwest is the Andalusian capital of Sevilla and further along the coast to the west is the port of Cadiz. A busy town, with frequent crossings to Gibraltar, Cadiz and the nearby town of Tarifa are popular for water sport activities particularly windsurfing.

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