Sport: Málaga’s favourable climate and generous natural surroundings make it possible to enjoy a wide range of sports. These include everything from water sports (sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, swimming, scuba diving, sport fishing and canoeing) to mountain sports (horse riding, hiking, caving and climbing), as well as those that can be done in the city (cycling, tennis, paddle tennis, athletics, archery and golf). Being able to enjoy the weather outdoors in our city is a true luxury.
Nightlife: Málaga is famous for its nightlife, with countless restaurants, bars and pubs to suit any taste: from spots by the beach where you can peacefully contemplate the sunset to discos with a range of musical styles for a night on the town.
Music: Málaga is generally a required tour stop for major national and international groups and singers, whatever their musical style (rock, pop, heavy metal, flamenco, etc.).
The people of Málaga are hospitable, extroverted, cheerful and kind. They welcome visitors, taking them in and making them feel part of what is happening, creating unique and different experiences.
Málaga is considered a safe city with a low crime rate. This means that students who come to our city can rest easy in this regard, as can their parents, if they are underage.
The police also have a Foreign Tourist Assistance Service (SATE) designed exclusively for the safety of foreign tourists, with the main office located in the heart of the city.
According to the most recent ratings of our city by visitors, ‘safety’ ranks third, receiving a score of 8.41, following ‘service and treatment received’ and the ‘destination’ itself.
For more information about the city, visit www.malagaturismo.com