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Malaga Province

Province in Andalucia

Discover gorgeous beaches and luxurious living along the Costa del Sol, and edgy urban arts and cutting-edge cuisine in Malaga city.

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Port of Malaga and Alcazaba castle

Why move to Malaga Province?

Join the jet set with glamorous coastline, luxury apartments, fashionable bars and restaurants, and stylish city life.

Located in southern Spain in the region of Andalucia, Malaga province is probably best known for its gorgeous beaches, particularly those along the Costa del Sol (‘Sunshine Coast’). This glamorous strip of coastline is similar to Southern California in climate and scenery, with warm weather throughout the year and a landscape comprising beaches, cliffs, estuaries, bays and dunes. If you fancy a taste of the high life consider relocating to Marbella, playground for the rich and famous; think expensive yachts, fashionable bars and restaurants, luxury apartments, and designer shops.

However, there’s so much more to Malaga than the Costa del Sol. The city of Malaga itself is buzzing with a growing gastronomic scene, edgy urban arts, and a huge number of museums. The birthplace of Picasso, Malaga’s many museums include the Museo Picasso Malaga, which was opened in 2003 after more than 50 years of planning.

Malaga is also fast becoming the food hub of southern Spain, thanks in part to a varied landscape which provides all the conditions needed for virtually every type of produce. Restaurants in the area have access to an abundance of freshly caught seafood and excellent local produce including olive oil, wine, cheese, ham, and a huge array of fresh fruits and vegetables.

As with other parts of Spain, there are excellent transport links in the area, including Malaga airport, which provides affordable access to most parts of the world. Public transport in the province is plentiful and great value for money, with air-conditioned buses and trains running regularly. Malaga city also has an excellent cycle network, with affordable bike rental services and miles of bike lanes. The province has lots on offer for families too, with international schools and plenty of leisure and adventure parks to entertain the young (and young at heart!).

Where to live in Malaga Province

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Marbella

City in Costa del Sol

The largest resort on the Costa del Sol and still the most glamorous, in Marbella you’ll find unparalleled beaches, beautiful scenery and a Spanish soul at its centre.

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Costa del Sol

Costa in Malaga Province

The vibrant city of Malaga, famous resorts, glitzy Marbella and pretty white inland villages – the ‘Costa’ has so much to offer.

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Estepona

Town in Costa del Sol

Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Estepona is a classic Andalucian town that maintains a Spanish charm with access to the best of a stunning coastline.

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Benahavis

Town in Costa del Sol

Perhaps the Costa del Sol’s most desirable mountain village, Benahavís nestles among the spectacular peaks of La Serrania de Ronda with spectacular views over the ocean.

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Casares

Village in Malaga Province

Built on the slopes of the Sierra Crestellina near Estepona and Marbella, Casares is a hidden gem near the Costa del Sol’s golden mile that won’t break the bank.

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Alhaurin El Grande

Town in Malaga Province

Nestled in a valley on the northern slopes of the Sierra de Mijas, with views of the coast west of Malaga, Alhaurin El Grande is a fascinating historic working town.

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Competa

City in Malaga Province

Surrounded by mountains and the gorgeously rugged Andalusian countryside, Competa is a classic Spanish town, within easy reach of the eastern side of the Costa del Sol.

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Alora

Village in Malaga Province

This fairytale village less than an hour from Malaga is blessed with the most idyllic setting.  Rugged brown mountains dominate the horizon, whilst leafy lowlands collect in little emerald pools below.

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Malaga

City in Costa del Sol

The capital of the Costa del Sol and the province of Málaga, this Andalusian city is the southernmost in Europe.

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Nerja

Town in Costa del Sol

Nerja is the leading resort town at the far eastern end of Costa del Sol. It is closer to the city of Granada than to Marbella, with a rich history and dramatic geography.

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Fuengirola

Town in Costa del Sol

Just to the west of Malaga airport lies Fuengirola, the quintessential Costa del Sol resort. Once a sleepy fishing town it is now home to thousands of settlers from all over the world.

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Torrox

Town in Costa del Sol

Torrox lies to the East of Malaga on the Costa del Sol in Axarquia. It includes the Torrox Costa coastal strip, Torrox Pueblo inland town and the Torrox Park development.

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Elviria

Town in Costa del Sol

A stone’s throw from glamorous Marbella in this luxury urbanisation with 320 days of sunshine a year and some of the finest beaches on the Costa del Sol.

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Vinuela

Village in Malaga Province

East of Malaga, on what was once a stopping route for traders passing through the mountains, is the attractive inland village of Vinuela overlooking a beautiful lake.

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Sayalonga

Village in Malaga Province

This picturesque whitewashed hillside village lies around 30 minutes inland off the Costa del Sol town of El Morche and combines Moorish architecture with breathtaking natural scenery.

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Canillas de Aceituno

Village in Malaga Province

High in the mountainous Axarquia region of Malaga province this classic pueblo blanco ‘white city‘ is steeped in Moorish history and surrounded by outstanding natural beauty.

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Alcaucin

Village in Malaga Province

This scenic whitewashed village lies around an hour inland to the northeast of Malaga, and sits at the foot of the majestic Sierra de Tejeda mountains.

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