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Fly direct from Bournemouth Airport to Malaga, Malaga is located in the Costa Del Sol
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Malaga sits on the Mediterranean Sea and as a result has a wonderful climate with mild winters and warm summers. The average temperature in the coolest winter month is around 7ºC. During the summer the average for the warmest summer month is around 31ºC. The water temperature also reflects the climate and during the coolest winter month the Mediterranean Sea temperature averages around 16°C and during the warmest summer month the Mediterranean Sea temperatures average around 24C.
Malaga was the birth place of the famous painter Pablo Picasso and is home to the Picasso Museum. The museum was opened in 2003 and houses many works of art by Picasso throughout his career and guided tours can be booked or for an added fee a personal tour can be arranged. The city is very proud to be the birth place of Picasso and there are many references to him throughout the city of Malaga.
Another main focal point the Malaga Cathedral which is usually referred to as La Manquita which means the one-armed woman. The cathedral was built between 1528 and 1782. There were planes in place to build two towers but due to money from the city being donated to American Independence there was only ever one tower built. This gives the cathedral its unsymmetrical appearance and rise to the name it known by.
As with any location in the Costa del Sol that sits directly on the Mediterranean Sea there are miles of golden sandy beaches for the traveller to relax at and soak up the sun that are superbly catered for with bars and cafes sitting on the edge of the beach.
Then after a busy day sightseeing or sunbathing the traveller can head to the harbour front or old town to try the many culinary delights on offer with local food and drink being available at most eateries or Tapas bars. Of course, if you wish to experience world cuisines in Malaga then there is a wide variety of restaurants on offer. Then after the day has come to an end you can walk along the promenade on the way back.
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