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A selection of luxurious beachfront fincas in Malaga await your booking today
Marvellous fincas in the community of Andalusia
You can find a huge selection of fincas in Malaga on the beach in the province's urban and coastal areas that are perfect for a dreamy getaway to one of Spain's most beloved regions. The city of Malaga is the administrative capital of the province that bears the same name and it is the primary urban centre of the iconic Costa del Sol. On Holidu, you will find a huge selection of luxurious fincas where you can stay with family and friends while you explore this charming and vibrant city. If you prefer a stay in a less developed area along the coast, you might consider what we have on offer in terms of fincas in Casares or holiday rentals in Torrox Costa. While the former is located about an hour and 20 minutes to the west of Malaga's city centre, the latter is just over a 40-minute drive to the east. You will be spoilt for choice in terms of area beaches regardless of which option you select. For those who prefer an urban stay, you will find that Malaga has a nearly endless list of things to see and do. It is considered to be one of Europe's oldest cities and is home to imposing castles and fortresses that have survived the passage of time. You will also love exploring the greater region where you will find places of stunning, natural beauty. There are many spots in the region where you can go hiking, mountaineering and much more. Stroll through the streets of Malaga and admire the architectural styles that come from a time that has long since passed. There are plenty of unique museums and theatres as well as world-class dining and shopping opportunities that you can take advantage of. Visit Malaga and discover a destination that is perfect for all types of travellers.
Fascinating Malaga fincas with a beautiful garden
There are countless options to consider if you want to rent a finca in Malaga. You can select properties located in the heart of the city or you can choose options along other parts of the Costa del Sol. Marbella holiday fincas and holiday lettings in Fuengirola are ideal for beach lovers. Both of these areas are under an hour's drive from the city centre of Malaga. Regardless of which area of the province you book your stay in, you will find fully furnished fincas that have all of the amenities that you need for an amazing time with family, friends or your significant other. They have large, comfortably furnished bedrooms and living rooms, luxurious outdoor areas and kitchens that have all the appliances you need to cook some of your meals yourself during your stay. A list of some of the most popular amenities you can expect to find at the fincas we feature on Holidu is detailed below for your convenience.
As you can see by viewing our current offers, we have a whole range of holiday fincas in Malaga that are equipped with:
- Pets allowed
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
Travellers and activities
Book a finca holiday in Malaga to experience one of Spain's top regions
Malaga for art lovers
The finest fincas for rent in Malaga are the perfect option for art lovers visiting this renowned region of Spain. You will find a variety of must-visit spots such as the ancient Roman theatre that is located on the Hill of Alcazaba. It was built in the 1st century CE during the reign of the Emperor Augustus and is the main monument that you will find in Andalusia that dates to the Roman era. Admission is free and you can take a tour where you will learn about the structure's fascinating history. Another highly recommended spot is the Picasso Museum. It is housed in a magnificent Resaissance-style palace that dates to the 16th century. Inside, you can admire more than 280 works by this renowned painter that include his iconic cubism techniques. Some of the most important works available for viewing include Naturaleza muerta con gallo y cuchilo, Las tres gracias and Mujer con brazos levantados.
Malaga for families
Booking a finca holiday in Malaga is perfect for those planning a family trip. There are countless beautiful places to explore such as the charming Parque de Malaga. It is located in the heart of the city and features spacious, baroque-style gardens where you will find a large variety of trees and tropical plants. It is also home to sculptures, charming fountains and much more. This is the perfect location for a day out with the family spent relaxing in the fresh air of Malaga. Other recommended spots include the Malagasy Gardens, the Jardin Pedro Alonso and the Jardines de Puerto Oscura. These are the perfect spots for an impressive view of Alcazaba Hill. Outstanding opportunities for family fun abound outside of the centre of Malaga as well. On Holidu, we offer fincas located in Arenas located 50 minutes to the northeast that are ideal for travellers who want to explore the Águila Caves while spending time in a village of whitewashed houses that line narrow streets. El Paraíso fincas are located roughly an hour to the southwest. This area is home to an array of activities for adults and kids alike with popular attractions like El Paraiso Gold Club, the El Corte Ingles shopping centre and Saladillo Beach.
Walking through the streets of Malaga, you will notice a great cultural influence. It is a city with great historical weight, and perhaps the only one in the country where you will find the three main cultures. Arab, Jewish and Roman.
Our top suggestions for fun-filled Malaga activities
You have the following highlights to look forward to when you choose fincas for rent in Malaga
Top 7 travel tips in Malaga
Rent a finca in Malaga and explore the region's iconic points of interest
1. Visit the impressive Cathedral of Malaga
If you are looking for a break from your time on the coast in your beachfront fincas in Malaga, a trip to the Cathedral of Malaga is a must-do excursion. It is located on the Calle Santa Maria in the centre of the city. Considered to be one of the most impressive architectural works done in the Andalusian Renaissance style, it was completed in 1782. We recommend taking the tour of the cathedral's interior where you will find a stunning High Altar and the Pedro de Mena Choir Stalls which are considered to be priceless works of art.
2. Explore the imposing Gibralfaro Castle
The imposing Gibralfaro Castle is another one of the most popular tourist activities in Malaga that you can enjoy when you book your finca stay on Holidu. This grandiose Moorish fortress was built in the 14th century and has withstood several attacks that were initiated by Catholic monarchs. You can visit the site and take a tour of its surroundings. You will find an imposing 17-metre-high wall that served as protection as well as 8 defensive towers where you can take in spectacular views of the city. To get to the castle, you can take the path that goes from La Alcazaba to the highest part of the area. Along the way, you can enjoy the local vegetation that borders it.
3. Tour the fantastic Soho neighbourhood
Between the avenue of the Alameda Principal and the Muelle de Heredia, you will find the Barrios de las Artes. It is also known as the Barrio de Soho. When you walk through these streets, you can admire fabulous modern, urban art that includes brightly coloured graffiti done by renowned artists from Malaga and across the rest of Spain. You will catch the most impressive works along the streets of Barroso and in the cultural centres of the CAC Malaga and the Teatro del Soho.
4. Walk through the incredible Plaza de la Merced
A few metres away from the iconic Roman Theatre in Malaga, you will find the charming Plaza de la Merced. This is the birthplace of the iconic painter Pablo Picasso. He lived in the property until 1884. These days, it is open to the public and you can take a tour that includes the chance to enjoy an exhibition of objects from his first years of life. As you walk through the square, you will also notice that there are some monuments, such as busts and sculptures, that honour the life and work of the renowned artist.
5. Enjoy the most beautiful Spanish art
If you want the chance to admire some truly beautiful Spanish art, a trip to the Carmen Thyssen Museum is a must. It houses one of the most important collections of Spanish paintings that date to the 19th and 20th centuries. On your tour, you can admire more than 250 works from the Carmen Thyssen collection that include Santa Marina by Francisco de Zurbarán. The museum is located in an old 16th-century manor house on the Calle Compañia and just a few metres from the Plaza de la Constitución.
6. Stroll through the fantastic Plaza de la Constitución
A relaxing walk through the Plaza de la Constitución is a must for your time in Malaga. It is located in the city's centre on the Calle Larios. This is one of the region's most important and busiest squares. It stands out due to the beauty of features such as the Fountain of Genoa which was constructed out of marble in the 16th century. In the surrounding area, you will find plenty of historic buildings that you can visit such as the School of San Telmo and the Casa del Consulado.
7. Discover the beautiful Alcazaba of Malaga
The Alcazaba of Malaga is one of the city's most well-known locations and a must-visit during your holiday getaway. This imposing fortification dates from the Muslim era of the city and was built in the 11th century. It is known as one of the buildings that most effectively resisted attacks during the reconquest of Spain. This is because of its long walls, double doors and tall towers. When you walk into these venerable grounds, you will find sculptural fountains, courtyards and lovely gardens. This is also the perfect place to enjoy some of the best available views of the city.