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Location Guide: Málaga

Málaga is Costa del Sol’s most famous city and a favourite tourist hotspot for fun-in-the-sun. With over three hundred and twenty days of year-round blue skies and sunshine, Málaga offers the much-desired, laid-back Mediterranean lifestyle.

Málaga, Great Connections and Ideal for Travel

Just nineteen minutes’ drive from Málaga city center and you’ll find yourself at Málaga’s International Airport – the gateway to most major European cities. Málaga enjoys great international connectivity with flight times just hours from the rest of the Europe and the United Kingdom. Málaga is close and cheap – in just a few hours you’re in any part of Europe and the UK at very competitive ticket prices offered by many international and low-cost carriers.

Beyond the air, Málaga also offers the choice of travel by sea, via the Málaga Cruise Terminal (Eastern Dock Pier 1), a popular port and Mediterranean destination. Málaga Cruise Terminal connects you to the world and is home to many of the world’s largest cruise liners.

From the cruise terminal, sandy beaches await you a mere two hundred metres away, and Málaga’s city centre is just minutes on the shuttle bus service. If you prefer to enjoy the beautiful outdoor Mediterranean weather and take-in the sights and sounds by foot, it’s just fifteen minutes walking distance to the city.

If you need be somewhere fast, Málaga’s RENFE high-speed train (AVE) travels at top speeds in excess of 300 kilometres per hour - and in just three hours - you can find yourself in the heart of Madrid.

Transport Links Increase Rental Yields

You’ve probably heard the golden rule in real estate that directly impacts the value of a property: “location, location, location”. This maxim holds very true when it comes to maximising returns on rental income, i.e. your rental yield. Properties accessible to transportation links attract higher rental yields due to ease of access to conveniences and services. It’s why properties on the western side of Málaga, the area between Málaga city and Fuengirola, benefit from the Cercanias train line, and thus, attract higher investment opportunities.

Málaga, There’s So Much To Do

Málaga offers a rich blend of a contemporary vibe mixed with blue flag beaches, culture, history and art.

Málaga is much more than a seaside city being the capital of Costa del Sol. This is a city of art, the birthplace of Picasso; an historical asset by being almost 2800 years old; city of joy with stunning beaches blessed with sunshine, famous seafood restaurants ‘chiringuitos’, tapas bars, lively nightlife and festivals all year around.

Also, being the heart of the Costa del Sol, Málaga is comfortably connected to major cities of Andalucia; Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada, and beautiful towns like Tarifa, Ronda and Nerja.

There’s so much to do in Málaga. Come and discover for yourself!

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