Your holiday destination with culture and tradition in the south of Spain
Malaga is one of Spain's popular cities, famous for its great weather, tradition, culture, people... This city on the Costa del Sol has spectacular hidden beaches where you can relax, but there are also all types of historic monuments to discover. That’s why it will be easy for you to organise your holiday in Malaga and discover a large part of the history of this city.
Our hotel is located very near to the fairground, but it is also close to the Municipal Auditorium and the Trade Fair and Congress Centre. So if you are going to attend a concert or event, Hotel Romerito is the perfect place for you to stay.
Walking from our hotel, you will also be able to reach the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga (Trade Fair and Congress Centre of Malaga). These places usually hold all types of professional events each year, so if you need to visit them, choosing us is a good option. A famous example are the celebrations that take place in August at the fairground.
Malaga is situated within the nine regions which make up the Costa del Sol in the South of Spain. The Costa del Sol was the pioneer of Spanish tourism and, since then, Malaga has become one of the most popular places in Spain to enjoy a pleasant holiday.
The beaches of the Costa del Sol are characterised by their beautiful golden sands and crystal clear waters. The beaches of Malaga have these characteristics and many more that will ensure you don’t want to move from these spectacular places.
The old town of Malaga is an ideal place to take a stroll and discover all the charms of this stunning city. Its main street is Marqués de Larios, which has its own special charisma thanks to the spectacular architecture. On this street you will also find many shops where you can enjoy a day’s shopping.
You should also make sure you visit Malaga’s most famous squares, or ‘plazas’. An example is Plaza de la Constitución. This is a perfect spot to enjoy authentic Andalusian food or a refreshing drink on one of its terraces in the sunshine.
One of Malaga’s most important historic monuments is the Roman Theatre. It is situated in the city’s historic quarter, just a few metres from the hill of the Alcazaba. Despite dating back to the first century BC, these ruins were not discovered until 1951.
If you love history, you will find this place fascinating. They are the archaeological remains of ancient Malacca. These are the principal ruins that are conserved in the city of Malaga. Entry is free and it is open all year round, except for Mondays.
In an ancient fort dating back to 500 BC, we can find Malaga’s Alcazaba. Its notable features include the materials from Malaga's Roman Theatre which were used in its construction. Its name comes from the Arabic word for citadel.
Malaga’s Alcazaba is one of the most visited places in the south of Spain. It is a palatial fort from the Islamic period in Spain. King Taifas Bereber of Granada ordered it to be built between 1057 and 1063.
Malaga is full of art and culture. Thanks to this, you will find a whole host of museums lining its beautiful streets. One of the most famous is the Picasso Museum. The works of this great artist, who was originally from Malaga, are displayed in this ancient palace. It is very easy to visit as it is open every day of the week from 10am until 6pm.
But there are also other museums to visit in Malaga. One of the most important ones, along with the one mentioned above, is the Carmen Thyssen Museum, Malaga. It is a Renaissance palace where you will find different works by Spanish and international artists.
Travelling to Malaga means seeking days of good weather where you can relax and enjoy the sun and sea. That’s why we want to recommend some of Malaga’s most stunning beaches to you. Pedregalejo beach is just one example. It is an urban beach with dark sand and is very peaceful.
Visiting Malagueta beach will also guarantee you enjoy an unforgettable day on one of the best beaches in Malaga. It also has a variety of services like chiringuitos (beach bars), toilets and lifeguards.