Is Malaga the same as Marbella?
This municipality in the province of Malaga is located in the western part of the Costa del Sol, half way to Gibraltar and in the lower area of Sierra Blanca. The main population cores are in Marbella and San Pedro de Alcantara, as well as in the districts of Nueva Andalucia and Las Chapas.
How much is taxi from Malaga to Marbella?
A Malaga airport taxi will cost around 59€ for the journey on the meter and will take around 54 minutes to reach Marbella. In comparison, the bus takes approximately 45 minutes, with a cost of around 9.20€ one-way.
Is the Costa del Sol expensive?
Looking at different categories of hotel and their prices, the Costa del Sol came second for 5-star establishments, with an average price of 366.93 euros; and fourth in the categories of 4-star (137.99 euros on average), 3-star (90.45 euros), 2-star (67.94 euros) and 1-star (65.12 euros).
What is Malaga best known for?
A port city that epitomises the Andalusian lifestyle, Malaga is best known for its most famous son – artist and sculpture Pablo Picasso. Dressed in golden beaches and an inviting Old Town, Malaga is loaded with history.
Is Marbella Spain worth visiting?
In fact, Marbella is a great destination to take a holiday, or even to live and work there. It has a big Spanish population, a stunning old town, lots of culture, fantastic cuisine and wonderful year-round weather.
Where is the cheapest place to live on the Costa del Sol?
Certain towns near Costa del Sol have lower property prices. These are a great place to start if you want to find bargain houses in Spain. Estepona, Los Monteros, and east Marbella have some of the most affordable housing options in the area.
How many days should you spend in Malaga?
You can see the majority of Malaga in two to three days, so I wouldnt recommend staying much longer than that. Unless you like relaxing at the beach, there isnt much else to do. However, if youre using Malaga as a base to explore the nearby area, its worth staying longer.
Is Malaga really touristy?
Re: Is Malaga too touristy? Malaga City is one of the most fascinating cities in Spain - and certainly not tourist saturated as it is sadly missed by most visitors who only see its Airport before moving along the coast. It is the perfect base for getting around Andalucia as it has an excellent public transport network.