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Reviews of our apartments in Málaga

We have 36 reviews of our apartments in Málaga.

2 bedroom apartment to rent in Málaga, Costa del Sol
October 2018

Lovely apartment in an excellent location in the city with everything you could need for your stay. The one downside (and a major one) was the level of noise from the nightclubs opposite and below. It was virtually impossible to sleep on Thursday to Saturday nights and the noise continued until around 6am. The agent provided earplugs when we arrived so we perhaps should have guessed what was coming. Definitely not for light sleepers or young children. A shame because otherwise the apartment was perfect.

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Renter: Elizabeth
Elizabeth Family from Herne Bay, United Kingdom
1 bedroom Málaga Centre holiday apartment rental
October 2018

Good location in the old town. Several museums within blocks / two distances. If the downstairs restaurant and the adjacent square do not disturb, OK.

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Renter: Tapio N.
Tapio N.
4 bedroom apartment to rent in Málaga, Costa del Sol
April 2018

The apartment is very well, very spacious and renovated and spectacular sea views. The only drawbacks: Parking for few cars and in the kitchen very complete everything, we have only missed one cutting board. a greeting

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Renter: Jose
1 bedroom holiday apartment in Málaga, Costa del Sol
February 2018

There is no Wifi. This is no longer possible. We have rented this property for the second time. A second set of keys must be available. We had asked for this, but we did not receive it. An electric kettle and a few small pans with lid is a useful addition. Given the location in the pedestrian zone you have to be well mobile. The sound insulation in the bedroom is excellent. The apartment is attractively decorated.

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Renter: Albertus
1 bedroom holiday apartment in Málaga, Costa del Sol
July 2017

Spacious apartment right in the center. You step outside, immediately in the shopping streets with restaurants and terraces. The only drawback we found that there was no air conditioning, with the windows open sleeping was not an option because of the noise of the street. There was no WiFi available, but otherwise there was everything you could need.

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Renter: Marlieke
4 bedroom apartment to rent in Málaga, Costa del Sol
May 2017

We had a wonderful week in Malaga in the apartment on Avda. Pintor Sorolla. The apartment is large and well-appointed with everything you need. There is a great view of the ocean. There is noise from the street, but it is going to last.

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Renter: Bente

Travel guide

Apartments for rent in Malaga

Set at the foot of the Montes de Malaga mountains to the north, between the river valleys of Guadalmedina and Guadalhorce, the capital of Malaga Province is the southernmost city in Spain, situated in the heart of the Costa del Sol. Once regarded by tourists as nothing more than a transit hub, Malaga has flourished into a region of culture, gastronomy and leisure, with a vibrant energy that can be felt from the golden beaches right down to the charming streets of the old town quarter. From the Michelin-starred restaurants to the world-famous art museums and abundance of cocktail bars and boutiques, Malaga is the full package when it comes to sun-drenched city escapes. For most visitors, Malaga is a gateway to the beautiful beaches of the Costa del Sol, with few tourists venturing far from the airport or into the city. Well, they’re missing a trick because this once down-at-heel port has been transformed into a vibrant city, with over 30 art museums, a fascinating history and modern port boasting a wide promenade with plenty of restaurants, boutiques and cafes.

Whether you stay in one of our upscale apartments in Malaga’s centre, or a more secluded apartment in the outskirts, our Clickstay holiday rentals are just minutes away from the main attractions, authentic tapas bars and sun-kissed coast. If you fancy a change of scenery from the beach-lined Costa del Sol, soak up some culture at Paseo del Parque, with its gardens, fountains and sculptures, located east of the Plaza de la Marina. Let your hair down and dance the night away at the beach bars scattered along the coast, or mingle with friendly locals at the nightclubs and live music bars of the old town.

Malaga has always been fiercely proud of its artistic heritage. As the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, it is naturally a hotspot for art lovers. Málaga boasts more museums than any other city in Andalucia; the most famous being the Picasso Museum in the heart of the city, home to a collection of his life-time works - housing over 200 pieces of work by one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Learn about the city’s rich agricultural history at the Museum of Wine, or visit the Carmen Thyssen Museum for its 19th century paintings. If modern is more your bag, then the Contemporary Art Centre is for you. Petrol heads will love the Automobile Museum exhibiting more than 80 vehicles dating from the end of the 19th century to our present day.

The first stop for many while in Malaga is the 11th Century Moorish Alcazaba fortress in the heart of the city, nestled on a hill overlooking the Muelle Uno port. Catch the local city bus, take a taxi, or if you’re feeling energetic you can walk there and take a scenic stroll to the top, for some spectacular views across the Costa del Sol and the Mediterranean Sea. The fortress's maze of gardens is dotted with pretty fountains, where lies the 14th century Gibralfaro Castle. Nicknamed ‘The One-Armed Lady’ due to one of its towers being destroyed, the 16th century Malaga Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church and the perfect example of renaissance and baroque architecture with its Moorish walls that stretch from Alcazaba fortress to Gibralfaro Castle.

One of the best things about the coastal capital is its proximity to the sparkling beaches along the Costa del Sol. Relax and unwind on the golden, almost white sands before recharging your batteries at one of the chiringuitos on family-friendly, Blue Flag beach Malagueta, located by the port. For a day of water sports, La Caleta beach, a little further eastwards, offers everything from scuba diving to water skiing, sailing and windsurfing. For a change of scene, follow the stretch of coast to Torremolinos and Marbella, for a livelier crowd and plenty of beach front bars.

With its rich seafood cuisine, abundance of cultural gems, vibrant nightlife and close proximity to the golden sands of the Costa del Sol, the cosmopolitan city of Malaga has something for everyone. We offer holiday rentals in the heart of it all, from luxury apartments, to modern studio apartments and family-friendly holiday homes.

Key holiday info

  • Malaga City is a 20-minute drive (13 km) from Malaga International Airport, and less than a 3 hour flight from the UK and mainland Europe.
  • During the summer months daytime temperatures can reach 31°C, whilst the winter is milder with the average high of 17°C.
  • The daytime sea temperature in summer can reach a very pleasant 25°C.
  • Montes de Malaga Natural Park is 5 km north of Malaga city centre and approx. a 3-4 minute drive.
  • There are 20 golf courses in Malaga Province alone, and over 70 in the Costa del Sol!

Did you know...

  • Malaga is the birthplace of world famous Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
  • Housed inside a colorful glass cube at Muelle Uno port, the Pompidou Centre houses famous artworks, including those of iconic artists like Frida Kahlo, René Magritte, and Francis Bacon.
  • Malaga has over 30 museums, more museums than any other city in Andalucia.
  • The Roman theatre at the foot of Alcazaba fortress in the heart of the city, is the oldest monument in Malaga and well worth a visit.
  • Malaga is one of the world’s oldest cities founded by the Phoenicians around 770 BC, where it was then known as Malaka.
  • Malaga enjoys an average of 300 days of annual sunshine, thanks in part to the Málaga mountains sheltering the region from cold weather from the north. It enjoys the warmest winters out of all the European cities!