Properties for sale in Málaga

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Villa in Málaga

This modern development offers 3 and 4 bedroom villas with large terraces in a privileged area of Málaga. REF: D3934666
D3934666
Reference
€1,050,000
Price EUR
361
Interior
4
Bedrooms
3 + 0
Baths

Country house in Málaga

Large plot of rustic land in Málaga with a house, storehouse and corral needing a complete reform. REF: F3210646
F3210646
Reference
€245,000
Price EUR
476
Interior
476
Built
37,508
Lot/Plot
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Málaga's history spans about 2,800 years, making it one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in Europe. With a population in 2020 of 578,460 people, the city is a cosmopolitan hub in the province of Andalusia.

Interestingly, significant people such as the painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso, Hebrew poet and Jewish philosopher Solomon Ibn Gabirol and the actor Antonio Banderas were all born in Málaga.

Málaga’s economy heavily relies on tourism, construction, and technological services, as well as the expanding transportation and logistics sectors. The city is a growing tech hub, with many companies basing themselves in the TechPark (Andalucía Technology Park). It is also the fourth-ranking city in Spain in terms of economic activity behind Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia.

As regards transportation, Málaga is served by the international Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport and the Port of Málaga. It is connected to the high-speed railway network and the transportation services are reliable and frequent. There is an extensive public bus network for trips in and around the city centre, as well as a bike rental service and BiciTaxi.

Residents can easily access both public and private health centres, in addition to the main hospitals.

If you have children, there are plenty of public and multilingual private schools. Málaga also benefits from its own university, as well as other higher education options.

There are many advantages of living in the city including the proximity to commercial shops, cinemas, theatres, and parks.

Enjoy the relaxed lifestyle, practice sports, play golf, eat typical Spanish food, immerse yourself in festivities and the culturally dynamic lifestyle... and of course make the most of the beaches and sunny weather. People from Málaga and Andalusia in general are well-known for their great friendliness, with residents tending to love partying and making everyone feel welcome.

The city has many traditional celebrations including the Málaga Fair, Andalusia’s Day commemorating the people of Andalucía, the Carnival, and Flamenco.

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Map of Málaga

Useful Information About Málaga

  • Distance to (Kilometres / Miles):

    • Málaga Airport – 8km/4m (14 min) (also by train)
    • Gibraltar Airport – 132km/82m (89 min)
    • Beach – Coastal Town
  • Nearest Hospital:

    Hospital Civil, Hospital Regional (“Carlos Haya”), Hospital Materno - Málaga

  • Schools:

    Sunland International Novaschool, St. George’s International School, Colegio Alegría De La Huerta, Colegio Blas Infante, Colegio Doctor Fléming, Colegio El Torcal, Colegio Francisco De Goya, IES Belén, IES Cánovas Del Castillo, IES Ciudad Jardín, IES El Palo, IES Guadalmedina.

  • Golf Courses:

    Campo Parador de Golf, El Candado, Guadalhorce.