Whenever travelling to Spain, don’t miss an opportunity to visit the amazing city of Malaga, where you will be able to dive in the beautiful culture and unique history of Spanish traditions. By population, Malaga is the sixth city in Spain, and is located on the extreme west coast of the Mediterranean Sea in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, about 100 km east of the Strait of Gibraltar. The city itself was founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century BC, which makes it one of the oldest cities in Europe. Today, Malaga is a significant economic and cultural centre, as well as an important transport hub on the Mediterranean coast. Explore the the ruins of the Roman theatre, from 1st century AD, and the monuments of Arab architecture - the palace-fortress of the Moorish kings of Alcazaba, the construction of which started in the XI century on the site of the Roman bastion, as well as the ortress-lighthouse of Gibralfaro, which has been reconstructed in the XIV century on the site Phoenician settlement.
Malaga - Malaga Airport (AGP) Malaga Airport, officially the Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport is the fourth busiest airport in Spain and is an important airport for Spanish tourism as it is the main international airport serving the Costa del Sol.