Diverse landscapes full of charmThe city has more than 180 km of coastline. The sea baths the beautiful cities of Fuengirola, Marbella, Mijas, and more. In addition to the beautiful beaches, the interior landscape of Malaga is also dazzling. The town more than 15 protected areas as a reserve and natural monument. Malaga offers pure nature: forests, rivers, royal eagles, foxes, and mountain goats. In contrast, the cities of Marbella and Fuengirola display modern and tall buildings. While smaller cities like Mijas, boast their leaning streets with white and light blue houses. Malaga has many landscapes and each has its own charm.
History and Culture: 'arabizada'After the Muslim invasion of the eighth century, 'arabizada’ arose; a characteristic that is usually felt in the architecture and gastronomy of the region. During this time, the municipality served as the center of a powerful textile industry, and is an extremely important space for the economic development of the province. From your BnB, you will be within reach of the most amazing monuments of the Muslim era.
Gastronomy: Fritura MalagueñaThe typical food of the region is the fried fish, mainly because of the 180 km long coastline. They eat boquerones, mullets, jureles, squid, sardines to the spit, prawns of the bay, and chirlas and crawfish cooked to the plate.
AirBnB MalagaAirBnB Malaga is one of the most popular ways to book a stay in the Spanish town. However, a B&B from Bed and Breakfast Malaga guarantees a personal and cosy atmosphere. Your host can advise on things such as the best restaurants, nicest beaches, and most beautiful buildings. All accommodations on Bed and Breakfast are also officially registered.