It is very bright, with a very cozy and comfortable lounge style décor, ideal to spend unforgettable days in the coastal city of Malaga and the capital of the Costa del Sol.
Car use in the city center becomes unnecessary, which is an advantage for our guests.
Apartment in the historic center, next to the Picasso Museum, the Alcazaba, the Teatro Cervantes and Casa Natal de Picasso. A few meters from the Thyssen Museum and the Cathedral.
The apartment is located very close to the best restaurants in the city. Also extraordinary area of bars and terraces, being both a calm and quiet to be found in a pedestrian street. It also has the beach 5 minutes walk and 5 minutes from the train station that connects with the airport.
It is a place for rest, but also very fun activity close to the beach, Malaga Fair, Holy Week or the Malaga Film Festival. Relaxation and fun in one place.
Golf: Malaga is located in the geographical center of several Golf Courses, 2 in the City, the lock and the Guadalhorce and a wide variety to a maximum of 30 minutes by car, Bavaria, La Siesta, ...
Just one hour and a half drive we can access one of the largest ski resorts in Spain, with over 100 kilometers of pistes and mostly sunny.
Services available to guests
Mainly they may know the center of the city of Malaga just go around the apartment finding there the Picasso Museum, near the birthplace of Picasso, the Cervantes Theatre, Plaza de la Merced, the Alcazaba, large restaurant area, shopping terraces and located 1 minute circuit all the museums of the city.
Interaction with guests
We love being hosts, talk and help all our guests.
Malaga Barrioseñorial with many shops around, especially in Calle Larios, which has lots of shops (restaurants, supermarkets, clothing stores, etc.)
Being located in the center of the city do not need to use public transport. Although it has a bus stop about 20 meters from the apartment that can lead to different parts of the city.
About 5 minutes walk is the famous Malagueta beach and 1 minute Merced Square where the former birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Ruiz Picasso Malaga.