Malaga is a beautiful port city in Spain’s Costa del Sol region. The city was founded in the 8th century by the Phoenicians. Today, people flock here for its amazing, sandy beaches, historical spots, lively tapas bars and overall exciting atmosphere.
The city is the birth place of Pablo Picasso and is home to several excellent art museums including the famous Picasso museum. It also has a great contemporary art and street art scene. You’ll often find beautiful paintings on many of the city’s buildings.
Malaga boasts a rich history with well-preserved historical monuments such as the Alcazaba, Gibralfarlo castle and La Manquita Cathedral. All in all, the city has a lot to offer and a great quality of life.
If your idea of fun is a day at the beach, Malaga has many. Malagueta is one of the most popular hangouts in the city for both locals and tourists alike. You can just rent a beach umbrella and chill all day long and eat and drink at Malgueta’s affordable seafront chiringuitos.
If shopping is your thing, you’ll fall in love with Muelle Uno with its wide range of contemporary shopping options.
All in all, Malaga offers a truly remarkable experience. It is the perfect city for digital nomads and remote workers. Don’t be just a tourist here. Live here for a few months and immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant culture and unbeatable vibes.