The city of Málaga is located in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula at the west end of the Mediterranean Sea.
It is the capital of the province of the same name and is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia.
In 2017, it had a population of 569,002 inhabitants. It is the sixth largest city in Spain and the second in Andalusia.
How to get here
Málaga has all the necessary infrastructure in terms of transport to facilitate easy access from any country and by any mode of transportation:
Málaga International Airport: the third busiest airport on the peninsula, with 60 airlines operating out of its facilities and more than 150 connections to different national and international destinations.
Train station: one of the most important rail transport hubs in Andalusia. It is linked to other major Spanish cities (Madrid, Seville, Córdoba, etc.) by the Spanish high-speed rail network (AVE).
Motorways and major roads: providing access to the city and surrounding area from any part of the peninsula.
Port of Málaga: with two cruise ship terminals and some of the most modern maritime facilities in the country. It ranks second on the peninsula, serving the world’s largest shipping companies.