Málaga, a city in the Andalucia Province of Spain, is an “easy to reach” and “great for holidays” destination.
The most popular attractions in Málaga include the Catedral de Málaga, the Castillo de Gibralfaro, Alcazaba, and the Picasso Museum. Each costs a few Euros to enter, but each visit is well worth the price.
Busses and trains arrive into Málaga’s train and bus terminals from cities all over France and Spain as well as some further cities. The terminals are only one kilometre outside of the city centre. There is also a ferry that arrives from Melilla (http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Tourism-g187515-Melilla-Vacations.html), the autonomous Spanish city nestled between Morocco and the Mediterranean.
The main airport for Málaga is Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport, more commonly known as Málaga Airport (airport code AGP). It is a hub for three airlines – Ándalus Líneas Aéreas, Ryanair and Vueling – and serves more than 90 airlines flying regularly scheduled routes.
Ryanair, Spanair and EasyJet operate the most flights per year from Málaga Airport. Vueling, Air Berlin and Iberia also operate large percentages of the annual flights. Ryanair operates flights to the greatest variety of destinations, including cities all over the United Kingdom, France and Spain.