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Villas in Málaga Province: key destinations

  • Costa del Sol

    On the southern coast of the Iberian Peninsula, the Costa del Sol was once a scattering of fishing villages, now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. From traditional whitewashed pueblos to vibrant cities, enjoy miles of sandy beaches with Clickstay rentals in the heart of it all.

  • Málaga

    In the heart of the Iberian southern coast, Malaga city offers the full Spanish holiday experience, with a diverse landscape. Visit Malaga city for its vibrant nightlife, rich culture, gorgeous beaches and unspoiled mountainous terrain. Explore our wide choice of rentals in Malaga city.

Reviews of villas in Málaga Province

We have 855 reviews of our villas in Málaga Province.

Family from Winsford Cheshire, United Kingdom July 2019

Lovely villa! Great views fabulous pool, everything we needed, Tony was very accommodating and helpful, wouldn’t hesitate in recommending this villa we were three couples and two children and was plenty of room for us all. The only thing that must be pointed out is even though the village of Benalmádena Pueblo is very close by there is a very steep hill to climb to get there, but a totally stunning village when you get there.

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Family from Ipswich, United Kingdom July 2019

We had an excellent time in the Villa la Sirena, 12 family members of all ages celebrating a 50th Birthday. Facilities were excellent, slight problem with the electric tripping when catering for a large number but nothing we could not overcome. The pictures on the website do not do the property justice, we would thoroughly recommend.

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Family from Glasgow, United Kingdom June 2019

Fantastic. No complaints. From arrival to departure everything was most enjoyable. That goes for the whole family. The area also, restaurants beautiful villages. I have no hesitation in recommending this villa. Would love to return. Thanks to Rafael. The Harkins family.

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Family from Milton Keynes, United Kingdom June 2019

This is a nice villa with all you need for a relaxing holiday away from tourist areas, but still within easy driving distance of all. Rental and communication was simple with good directions to villa from airport, but advise the access road is steep and rough so be prepared upon arrival with a decent rental car. The villa is comfortable and airy with aircon to all rooms, a great pool and patio area with excellent views down to the sea. Catering is made easy with a good selection of cooking facilities including a small but serviceable barbecue to enjoy outdoor cooking in the cooler evenings. We went with a 6 month old baby and cot/high chair were supplied upon request. The pool was great with ample sun loungers and cushions to accommodate all and the property has several opening doors that provide a cooling breeze throughout the day. We enjoyed our 12 night stay at Casa Las Yucas and visited many of the sights of the coast and region, Torrox Costa is a particularly nice beach with a good promenade and plenty of restaurants to enjoy good food, it never appeared to be that busy. Well stocked supermarkets are within easy reach by car at Velez-Malaga and Arenas and the coastal resorts nearby. A good quality, private, quiet property, with excellent views that is situated away from busy tourist areas.

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Travel guide

Beach villas in the Province of Malaga

Located in the hilly region of Andalusia, Malaga Province boasts a glorious golden coastline stretching across Spain's picturesque south and the beautiful Costa del Sol. Bordered by pretty pine forests and reservoirs, it boasts an array of Blue Flag beaches, excellent restaurants, water sports galore, and a subtropical climate perfect for soaking up the Mediterranean sun. Direct flights from all over the UK to Malaga city are available, with taxi and car hire services.

Malaga is a top destination for golfing holidays, with at least 70 in the Costa del Sol alone. Work on your swing over a game, with golf courses dotted along the coastline, from Estepona to Torre Del Mar. Aside from the postcard beaches and crystalline waters, Malaga's beauty can also be seen in the Moorish remains, historical monuments and UNESCO world heritage sites. Our villa rentals put you within easy reach of Malaga’s historic and cultural gems. From the caves of Nerja to the gorge of El Chorro near Álora and the Moorish district of Frigiliana, there are plenty of natural and architectural wonders to explore. Not for the faint-hearted, the Puente Nuevo bridge in Ronda boasts stunning views of Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. Watch the streets come to life and celebrate religious and historical events with the locals at one of the many colourful fiestas taking place all-year-round.

Cultural Malaga city boasts more museums than any other in Andalusia. Home to the famous modernist painter Pablo Picasso, the Picasso Museum is a must-see, with almost 300 of his most iconic artworks on display. For a change of scenery, stroll down the atmospheric whitewashed streets of hilltop Mijas village in the south-eastern coast, with local Spanish markets selling fresh produce, trinkets, handmade textiles and souvenirs. Take a day trip to Benalmádena with its famous harbour. Come sun down, follow the party crowd in Marbella, with plenty of vibrant nightclubs, local bars and venues to choose from; or sit back and experience the delicious delights of Malaga’s delectable gastronomy, with a mix of traditional, modern, and cosy, low-key tapas bars and restaurants.

Key holiday info

  • A direct flight from the UK to Malaga takes 2.5 hours, while a rail trip from London to Malaga takes just over 20 hours.
  • Daytime temperatures in summer can reach 30°C, with an average of 18°C in winter.
  • The average sea temperature in summer is 24°C.
  • The summer stays mostly dry, with most annual rainfall occurring in November and December.
  • Gibraltar is less than a 2 hour drive southwest from Malaga. It's definitely worth exploring this historic headland!
  • Spain is a paradise for golfers, with the Costa del Sol boasting over 70 golf courses alone!

A beginner's guide to renting a villa in Malaga province

Malaga province is the full package when it comes to Spanish holidays. Starting from Gibraltar along the coast, the region was once home to Romans, Phoenicians and Moors who leave behind a scattering of historical monuments and buildings. The developed coast of the Costa del Sol is lined with sun-drenched beaches attracting holidaymakers from around the world to its fine golden sands. To the south, discover a mountainous terrain interspersed with narrow paths, brooks, pine forests and streams. Coastal cities include Marbella, Mijas, Fuengirola, Vélez-Malaga, Torremolinos, Estepona and Benalmádena. Colourful Malaga is home to siestas and festivals throughout the year, as well as crowds of partygoers who come to experience its vibrant nightlife in resort towns like Marbella. For nature lovers, discover World Heritage Sites like Antequera and the nature trails around Ronda and Sierra de las Nieves, Molino de Inca Botanical Garden, or the natural parks of El Torca and Alameda in neighbouring Gibraltar.

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The Costa del Sol,or 'Sun Coast', was once made up of tiny fishing villages and is now one of Spain's most popular holiday destinations. Situated on the southern Mediterranean coast of Spain, it is renowned for its subtropical climate and world-class golf courses. Soak up the local culture at one of the many historical landmarks, relax on over 20 Blue Flag beaches, or embark on outdoor adventures with a hike over Sierra Blanca in Marbella. Aqua parks like Selwo Marina and Tivoli World are a particular hit with families.

Malaga city is the capital of the Costa del Sol and a bustling metropolis boasting authentic Spanish attractions such as fiestas, opera and tapas. The Caves of Nerja, Alcazaba of Malaga and the Castle of Gibralfaro are a must-see for their architectural beauty and cultural importance. The atmospheric streets of the old town are filled with the sounds of Spanish guitars.

Guadalhorce is a hidden valley nestled amid the mountain range south of the metropolitan area of Malaga. The sounds of the natural world, lush greenery and gentle streams here offer the perfect surroundings for a relaxing holiday. Connect with nature and quench your thirst for adventure with a hike through Caminito del Rey (or The King’s Little Pathway). Discover the local wildlife, flora and fauna at the many parks and nature reserves. The Castle of Álora is a forty-five-minute drive from Malaga and the perfect spot for a family day trip. 

Discover holiday rentals with private pools, near the golf, beaches and nature reserves. Clickstay allows you to contact the own directly, so you can make sure your holiday property is a perfect home away from home.

Did you know...

  • One of the world's most famous and influential modernist painters, Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga.
  • Phoenicians founded Malaga city around 2,800 years ago, making it one of the oldest cities in the world!
  • Álora Castle was originally constructed by the Phoenicians and rebuilt by the Romans and Arabs.
  • The Sierra Blanca mountain range is located between the coast and the Sierra de las Nieves, across the regions of Istán, Ojén, Marbella and Monda. Its highest peak is Pico del Lastonar at 1,275m.
  • The British brought golf to Spain during the late 19th century. Golf Digest placed the course in Cádiz among the 100 best in the world!
  • Sierra de las Nieves is a mountain range in Andalucia with the highest peak, El Torrecilla, reaching 1,919m.

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Just beyond beautiful Malaga is a whole host of other Spanish jewels to visit, all easily accessed on short and scenic car drives. Here are 5 fantastic day trips for you to get you inspired.

Just beyond beautiful Malaga is a whole host of other Spanish jewels to visit, all easily accessed on short and scenic car drives. Here are 5 fantastic day trips for you to get you inspired.

The official playground of the rich and famous, Marbella is without a doubt Spain's most glamorous resort. With lively beach-bars, restaurants, nightlife and shops, it surely seems the perfect destination for your most stylish beach holiday yet. But we've got news for you. Here's why you should NEVER go to Marbella...

The official playground of the rich and famous, Marbella is without a doubt Spain's most glamorous resort. With lively beach-bars, restaurants, nightlife and shops, it surely seems the perfect destination for your most stylish beach holiday yet. But we've got news for you. Here's why you should NEVER go to Marbella...

Famous for glorious weather, sandy beaches and Spanish charm the Costa del Sol is a popular holiday destination for families and attracts millions of tourists each year. The Costa del Sol isn’t just about beaches and tourist towns though… with stunning scenery, incredible architecture and fascinating nature reserves there’s so much more to be discovered. Here’s a little bit of photo inspiration. Enjoy!

Famous for glorious weather, sandy beaches and Spanish charm the Costa del Sol is a popular holiday destination for families and attracts millions of tourists each year. The Costa del Sol isn’t just about beaches and tourist towns though… with stunning scenery, incredible architecture and fascinating nature reserves there’s so much more to be discovered. Here’s a little bit of photo inspiration. Enjoy!

Estepona is Marbella's quieter, less raved-about cousin. We think this rustic, coastal region deserves a moment in the spotlight, so here are our 14 Things You Must Do In Estepona...

Estepona is Marbella's quieter, less raved-about cousin. We think this rustic, coastal region deserves a moment in the spotlight, so here are our 14 Things You Must Do In Estepona...

Benalmádena is a town in Andalusia, Southern Spain - 12km from Malaga on the Costa del Sol. This small area attracts a huge amount of tourists all year round with its balmy average temperature of 19 degrees celsius. From nature parks to Buddhist temples, we give our reasons why Benalmádena makes a glorious sunny Spanish holiday...

Benalmádena is a town in Andalusia, Southern Spain - 12km from Malaga on the Costa del Sol. This small area attracts a huge amount of tourists all year round with its balmy average temperature of 19 degrees celsius. From nature parks to Buddhist temples, we give our reasons why Benalmádena makes a glorious sunny Spanish holiday...

The Costa del Sol is on most Brits' holiday hit lists for good reasons. The golden stretch boasts sun-soaked beaches, bountiful golf courses, decent shopping and a diverse nightlife scene. Not to mention the richly immersive culture and history, and an impressive collection of famous names linked to the coastal region - it is safe to say that this sunny pocket of Spain has some SERIOUS bragging rights. Not sure what we're on about? Have a go at our quiz and see how much you really know about the Costa del Sol.

The Costa del Sol is on most Brits' holiday hit lists for good reasons. The golden stretch boasts sun-soaked beaches, bountiful golf courses, decent shopping and a diverse nightlife scene. Not to mention the richly immersive culture and history, and an impressive collection of famous names linked to the coastal region - it is safe to say that this sunny pocket of Spain has some SERIOUS bragging rights. Not sure what we're on about? Have a go at our quiz and see how much you really know about the Costa del Sol.

Very much the 'Promised Land' for sun-worshippers, Costa del Sol is blessed with bronzed beaches and a glitzy nightlife to match. With almost as many towns as sunny days, you'll be spoiled for choice on where to stay and that's where we step in. 

Very much the 'Promised Land' for sun-worshippers, Costa del Sol is blessed with bronzed beaches and a glitzy nightlife to match. With almost as many towns as sunny days, you'll be spoiled for choice on where to stay and that's where we step in. 

Marbella has a mild climate all year round, which means that most people spend much of their lives on the street. There is a deeply-rooted bar culture which means locals head to the bars most evenings to meet up with friends. Almost all bars have outdoor terraces from morning until night, so you'll find people in bars at any time of day, summer or winter. These are some of the most popular bars in Marbella, most of them do fantastic food too...

Marbella has a mild climate all year round, which means that most people spend much of their lives on the street. There is a deeply-rooted bar culture which means locals head to the bars most evenings to meet up with friends. Almost all bars have outdoor terraces from morning until night, so you'll find people in bars at any time of day, summer or winter. These are some of the most popular bars in Marbella, most of them do fantastic food too...

Spain’s most glamorous resort, Marbella is a place where archetypal Spanish sun, sea and sand holidays meet elegance and tradition. Associated with celebrities, Ferraris and multi-million pound superyachts, Marbella remains a stylish and charming town full of character. Here are 11 reasons you need to visit...

Spain’s most glamorous resort, Marbella is a place where archetypal Spanish sun, sea and sand holidays meet elegance and tradition. Associated with celebrities, Ferraris and multi-million pound superyachts, Marbella remains a stylish and charming town full of character. Here are 11 reasons you need to visit...

If you’re tuned into the hype that surrounds reality television shows such as The Only Way is Essex you’ll have more than likely made the presumption that the beautiful city of Marbella is nothing more than a luxurious playground for celebrities and rich folk. However, this is far from the truth. Whilst certain areas are fuelled by opulence and expensive champagnes, others boast a true Spanish experience; one that can be had by everyone.

If you’re tuned into the hype that surrounds reality television shows such as The Only Way is Essex you’ll have more than likely made the presumption that the beautiful city of Marbella is nothing more than a luxurious playground for celebrities and rich folk. However, this is far from the truth. Whilst certain areas are fuelled by opulence and expensive champagnes, others boast a true Spanish experience; one that can be had by everyone.