Frequently Asked Questions: Marbella
Malaga is a city in Southern Spain in the Andalusia Region of the Costa Del Sol next to the Mediterranean Sea.
The direct flight time is approximately 3 hours, depending on which airport you fly from.
June to September are the hottest months and you can expect long, hot, sunny days. October to May are the cooler months but you can still see the sun in the day although it’s cooler in the evenings.
Apart from the ample supply of fresh fish, meat, fruit and vegetables, Malaga is famous for the magnificent Picasso Museum, the beautiful Moorish Fortress, the magnificent Gothic-Baroque Basillica and of course its white sandy beaches, beach bars and restaurants.
Yes, it’s group transfers included throughout the trip.
It’s Spanish, although English is widely spoken and understood.
Malaga is an area of Spain that has a unique gastronomy with a range of local products such as olives, almonds, grapes and raisins, sweet wine, olive oil, fish, seasonal vegetables and fruits, and of course, delicious baked goods.
Yes, everyone leading the group will speak English.
It’s the Euro.
There is a good selection of International 4 and 5 star hotels along with some regional chains and local Spanish hotels.
You can travel easily to Marbella, Puerto Banus and Estepona along the beach road. Venture into the mountains or take the road towards the quieter side of the Costa Del Sol.
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