Capital of the province in Malaga – has experienced rapid growth and development in recent years to become the third most visited city in Spain.
In turn, this is impacting positively on the investment in the city and the development and refurbishment of property to keep up with demand.

Cultural tourism is at the forefront, thanks to the world-class art galleries, Museo Picasso Málaga, Thyssen Museum and Centro Pompidou, international music and theatre events, including Málaga born Antonio Banderas’s new Teatro Soho theatre and his frequent appearances on stage.
The buzzing social scene of Málaga revolves around Andalusian tapas culture, hopping from bar to bar, taking in classic venues such as EL Pimpi – La Revuelta and Taberna El Siglo, which has a view of the Cathedral.

Trendy boutique hotels with roof top bars, such as the RoomMate Valeria offer a different perspective on this endearing city, while the bars and cafés of the Calle Larios, Plaza de la Constitución and Plaza Merced will welcome you with open arms day and night.