Malaga

Malaga Travel Guide

Articles about Malaga

By Travel + Leisure Staff

Who needs Provence or Portofino when there are still so many places left to explore? 

By Andrea Bennett
By Anya von Bremzen
It was in Libertad 8, a smoky neighborhood bar in Madrid, that the urge to visit Andalusia—the seductive southernmost region of Spain—stole upon me like an insistent tropical wind. My friend and I fell into conversation with two men and a girl, ac...
By Annette Tapert
For more than three decades, millions of European tourists have stepped out of the Málaga Airport into the guaranteed summer sunshine of Spain's Costa del Sol. For first-timers, what follows can be jolting— the drive west along a highway sandwiche...
Three of the European cities where Picasso lived and worked—Paris, Antibes, and Barcelona—have museums dedicated to his art. Another has just opened in the Spanish port city of Málaga, the artist's birthplace.Thanks to two of Picasso's heirs (his ...
By Andrea Bennett
Lower-priced hotels have long been the realm of Muzak-filled lobbies outfitted with worse-for-wear furniture and industrial carpeting. But the genre has entered a new era. A wine bar?A sleek lounge area?Free Wi-Fi?Walk into the recently opened Hya...

Restaurants in Malaga

The glamorous see-and-be-seen scene merits attention with an inspired repertoire of seasonally inspired specialties—such as gazpacho with tuna tartare or bacalao al pilpil, cod in a tangy sauce with spring garlic and wild mushrooms.

Things to do in Malaga

Large photos of Picasso peer down upon racks of smart and stylish men's and women's clothing from designers such as Antonio Miro, Kenzo, and Paul Smith. Its sportier annex, Corsocomo, is stocked with more relaxed Riviera-wear.