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Private Transfers to Malaga
By choosing to book a private transfer from or to Malaga you make sure that your holiday has a smooth start and finish. Especially if you are travelling with children or carrying sports equipment you probably don’t want to faff around with public transport or have to deal with extreme weather conditions in the winter. Some companies offer resort transfers in 4 wheel drive minibuses for extra safety and the drivers will be experienced in difficult conditions. Resort Transfer drivers usually know the shortcuts for beating traffic jams in the busiest periods.
Your private resort transfer driver will meet you and take you from Malaga straight to your destination. On the way back they will suggest a pick up time based on the weather and traffic forecast. A private transfer from Malaga is the most convenient, comfortable and quickest way to travel.
Shared Transfers to Malaga
Save money and help the environment by booking shared transfers from Malaga.
The city of Malaga is practically the capital of the Costa del Sol and rightly so. Its airport makes the Costa del Sol accessible for the rest of the world and Malaga with its colourful centre and quirky museums is a cultural heaven as well as a destination for sun worshipers.
If you are interested in arts then you will love Malaga, the city has more museums than any other town in Andalucía – make sure you don’t miss the famous Picasso museum homage to the famous painter born here.
Below you will find a list of some of Malaga’s main attractions.
Malaga’s Cathedral is a real mixture of styles from Gothic through Renaissance to Baroque due to its construction taking several centuries. The locals gave the nickname ‘La Manquita’. Adjoining the Cathedral you will find the Iglesia del Sagrano which was built on the site of a mosque in the 15th century. There is a lovely square in front of the Cathedral with pavement cafes from where you can take in the vistas of this magnificent building.
La Alcazaba is a military fortress from the 11th century built by the Moors on the top of a hill overlooking the city of Malaga and the sea. It is actually the best preserved fortress is Spain and it is a must-see attraction when you are in Malaga.
No better way to relax than to spend a day at the Arabic baths right in the centre of Malaga. You can use the dry heat or the wet steam rooms and then cool off in one of the pools. They also offer massage treatments if you really want to spoil yourself. The Arabic baths are more than just a hammam thanks to its gorgeous deco and architecture.
Castillo de Gibralfaro
The fortress of Gibralfaro is the other fortress overlooking Malaga and the port next to La Alcazaba. This iconic building was built in the 10th century and extended by a castle in the 14th. You can buy a ticket that covers the entry for both fortresses but it is important to know that you can’t walk between the two. However there is a regular bus running between the 2 buildings.
La Malagueta (Plaza de Toros)
This is Malaga’s bull fighting ring, built in 1874. This magnificent stadium seats 14000 spectators and measures 52 metres in diameter. If you would like to attend a bullfight then it’s good to know that the season runs from April to September. The stadium is located in the eastern part of Malaga’s old town.