Lifestyle in Malaga
Malaga is the most southern city of the Iberian Peninsula and the second most populated city of Andalusia. Situated on the Mediterranean coast, Malaga benefits from great connections to other Spanish cities as well as being served by Andalusia´s international airport (Malaga Costa del Sol Airport), which is located only 14 km from Debla. The airport is connected to Malaga City and surrounding areas through a transport hub, which includes the bus system and suburban trains.
Malaga is the only Spanish city listed in the top 18 European cities with the best quality of living. The reasons for this are infinite.
The subtropical-Mediterranean climate is one of them; with more than 300 days of sunshine and an average temperature of 23ºC the people of Malaga (“los malagueños”) spend their free time outdoors on the bustling Spanish streets enjoying tapas with friends and family, on the beach, shopping or taking part in the vast number of events that the city has to offer. The city boasts a rich and exciting culture as well as a long history and has become known as the city of museums; home to The Picasso Museum, The Thyssen Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art and the Pompidou Centre to name but a few. The Malaga lifestyle is a perfect blend of relaxation and excitement thanks to the easy-going and hospitable nature of its inhabitants as well as its vast leisure options.
Malaga is a lively, vibrant city which is sure to stimulate all five of your senses. It´s Mediterranean cuisine is famous worldwide and you will be able to delight your taste buds with their authentic tapas, paella, fried fish, gazpacho, sardine skewers (“los espetos”) and ham etc. and all at a very reasonable price.
The warm summer nights smell of the jasmin bouquet (“la biznaga”), typical of Malaga and a symbol of the city.
The Costa del Sol is for everyone! There is something to satisfy everyone´s tastes and likes. Malaga will soon become your favourite spot should you enjoy the beach, the sun and water activities; should you prefer to discover Spanish customs and history; if you are looking to relax or if on the contrary you are the outdoorsy type opting for nature, mountains and adventure! Malaga offers you Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, El Caminito del Rey and the Sierra Nevada, located only 125 km from Malaga.