Malaga is the capital of the province Malaga in the community of Andalucia. It is the 5th largest city in Spain with its population of about 600,000 people, and is both a modern business centre and a typical Andalucian city with its relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere. Malaga is known for being a cultural hub and offers a variety of entertainment including the established Teatro Cervantes where many performances take place all year round. This city, famous for being the birthplace of Picasso, offers many exhibitions to visit, including The Picasso Museum, but also well-known museums like the Carmen Thyssen and Pompidou.
Calle Larios is the main shopping street of Malaga and also the most expensive street to live in in this city. The spectacular cathedral of Malaga is one of the biggest attractions, as well as the Harbour called Muelle Uno.
When it comes to food, Malaga is the place to be to have the best Mediterranean dishes, from fine dining to traditional Spanish tapas and casual Chiringuitos (beach restaurants).
The properties in Malaga range from old to new developments, being a city most of them are apartments, but slightly outside of the centre you will find townhouses and villas. The Malaga International Airport is the closest and most convenient airport to land at if you are going to Fuengirola, Mijas, Marbella, San Pedro de Alcántara, Benahavis or Estepona.
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