|With it's ornate balconies leaning into quaint narrow streets, and little plazas, Malaga old town offers you a taste of what living in Spain was like in days of yore. You could spend hours in this area exploring the myriad of cafés, shops and restaurants here. If you start to grow tired of eating and shopping why not check out the historic buildings and museums that are all within easy walking distance.||
|Situated in the heart of the old city is Malaga Cathedral, affectionately known as the "One Armed Lady" or "La Manquita" by locals due to the unfinished 2nd tower. Built in the 16th century, on the foundation of former Mosque, which was destroyed when the Moors were driven from the city, the architectural influences of the magnificent building are Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance in nature.||
attractions of the city eventually you may want to rent a vehicle.
You can use the booking form here at Car Hire Malaga and find a rental to
explore the surrounding beaches, villages and towns of the Costa Del Sol. Once booked the car can be picked up in town or at the airport.
How about a drive down the coast to visit the Selwo safari park just outside Estepona? Set in a 100 hectares of land, the park houses over 2000 species including lions, tigers, rhinos, elephants and giraffes. With botanical gardens and a reptile house there's something here for all the family.