Vacation rentals in Malaga have a price range between $39-$14,531. The average price for rentals in Malaga is $73 per night.
There are 4,809 vacation rentals available in Malaga across several booking partners.
Located near the most southern tip of Spain, Málaga enjoys very mild winters, making it the ideal beach vacation destination virtually all year long.
While it's commonly known for being the hometown of the artist Pablo Picasso, the city of Málaga is bursting with all sorts of history, art, and culture. After you take a trip to the must-see Picasso Museum, experience a slice of history at the legendary Moorish fortress of Alcazaba or walk through the Roman Theater before you check out one of the many modern art museums throughout the city. Last but not least, we suggest stopping by the Málaga Club de Fútbol stadium to catch a live Spanish football game.
In addition to the traditional dish of seafood paella, Málaga is famous for its tapas, which have been adopted by many restaurants around the world. It's a highly interactive and social style of eating where everyone crowds around a long deli-style counter to order and eat small plates of food while enjoying the house wine and conversation with the other patrons. In our opinion, Casa Lola's Calle Granada is one of the best places to experience this unique and exciting dining style.
With more than 17 beaches to choose from in Málaga, it's easy to spend your whole vacation soaking up the sun on the coast of the Mediterranean, but this historic port destination has much more to offer than just white sands. You can visit the home of Pablo Picasso, experience the Center for Contemporary Art, or shop ‘til you drop at Muelle 1. But whatever you do, be sure to take a stroll down Marques de Larios, a pedestrian mall that’s lavishly decorated with flowers.
If you prefer a beachfront vacation experience, look no further than La Malagueta, offering an abundance of food and beverages, in addition to a bullfighting arena nearby. However, if it's your first time visiting Málaga, we highly recommend staying in Old City or El Centro, packed with enough shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions to keep you entertained for days. Last but not least, Soho is the perfect neighborhood for those with an appreciation for the arts and it offers everything from luxury to budget-friendly accommodations.
This port city — located on the South Coast of Spain — is rich with history from both the Moorish and Andalusian cultures. As part of the Costa del Sol, the popular vacation destination of Málaga is home to more than 17 beaches, giving you uninhibited access to white sands and water sports.
Apartments are the top rental type in Malaga, with 4,809 rentals currently available.