Charter yacht in Málaga

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The city of Malaga is located in the south of Spain and is the capital of the province of the same name in the Andalusia region. One of the oldest Mediterranean ports was founded in the 8th century BC. With a population of about 600,000 people, Malaga is the largest city in the Costa del Sol, with two rivers flowing through it - Guadalhorce and Guadalmedin. Summer on the coast is dry and hot; in winter, even at night, the temperature rarely drops below + 6 ° C.

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You can rent a yacht in Malaga in the port of Puerto Malaga, located 800 meters from the historic center, which receives even the largest liners and operates continuously. There is a boat tour agency at the first pier, Muelle 1.

There are several marinas on the territory of Malaga and the surrounding area - Marina Estepona, Puerto Deportivo de Benalmádena, Puerto Deportivo Caleta de Velez, as well as the yacht clubs Club Náutico El Candado and Real Club Mediterraneo.

Yacht charter in Malaga allows you to build any route through the Costa del Sol, Costa de Almeria, etc.

The main city of the region, Seville, is 130 km away, but Malaga also has its own airport named after Pablo Picasso, eight kilometers southwest of the provincial capital. Arriving in Costa del Sol, you can get to the center by bus "A" or by train, which departs from the terminal of arrivals "3".

The total length of 18 beaches is more than 14 km, the most famous of them being La Malagueta, Campo de Golf San Julián, Baños del Carmen and La Caleta, located near the historic center. To see everyone - you can rent a yacht in Malaga.

There are many hotels and hotels in the city, so everyone can find an option for themselves. Popular are the Petit Palace Plaza Málaga, located in the very center, Villa Lorena in the El Limonar area, Hotel Castillo de Santa Catalina with an area of more than 3000 square meters.

You can have a snack with local fast food in beach bars, and on the east coast of El Candado there is an unusual restaurant El Tintero, which has no menu, and waiters serve food on trays and talk loudly about it.

Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, therefore his works are exhibited in galleries, as well as in the Museum of Fine Arts. The house in Plaza Merced, where one of the greatest Spanish artists was born, is open to the public. Many museums offer free admission at certain times on Sundays, for a schedule, check out the Oficina de Información Turística de Málaga.

In the center of the city is the Calle Alameda Botanical Garden, which contains plants from all over the world. Yacht charter in Malaga is the opportunity to visit all the attractions of the coast, regardless of public transport.