Inhabitants: 575.000

Transport: Airport, Cruiseship Terminal, AVE Station (High-speed train).

Points of interest: Roman Theatre, Arab Fortress, Gibralfaro Castle, Renaissance Cathedral.

Beaches: La Malagueta, Los Baños del Carmen, Pedregalejo, El Palo, La Misericordia

Located in a desireable place in the south of Spain, Malaga is the fifth most populated city in Spain. With the Mediterranean Sea bathing its coast and the Mountains of Malaga acting as a barrier to protect it from the cold, the climate of this city has mild temperatures througout all the year with average temperatures ranging from a maximum of 33°C to a minimum of 13°C. Malaga's history combines its Phoenician roots, centuries of Roman and Arab culture with its Christian present. In this one destination you can find museums, culture and gastronomy and at the same time you can relax and enjoy its fantastic beaches. Malaga has 14 km of beaches next to this great city being easily accessible and equipped with all kinds of services.