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Enjoy the very pleasant climate and special atmosphere of the city by staying at our Campanile hotel in Malaga! Suitable for both business and leisure travelers, this 3-star hotel offers modern rooms, a varied restaurant menu, conference facilities and free parking....
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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Malaga. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.




What to do in Malaga?

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You’ll barely need more than two days to soak up the warm and jovial atmosphere of Malaga! Architectural richness and the joys of the beach join forces to offer vacationers an exceptional setting. For your first day there, we recommend taking a stroll through the city center, where you can admire the city’s architecture, inherited over years of successive waves of conquest. You can shop for souvenirs, traditional clothes, local arts and crafts – it’s all within reach. The next day, don't leave without having basked on Malaga's beautiful, long beaches.
Take advantage of a week-long stay at your Campanile hotel-restaurant to discover the multi-faceted city of Malaga. The cathedral and Gibralfaro Castle are among the must-visit attractions. We recommend lingering at the Museo Picasso de Malaga, where you can admire more than 150 works of art by the great Spanish artist. The city also offers an incredible number of sports and other outdoor activities: waterskiing, hiking, archery, horseback riding and tennis, to name just a few. The beaches, a beautiful feature of Malaga, are not to be missed for a bit of farniente between two visits.
Eager to appeal to all, the city offers activities for both children and adults. Museums offer themed tours to young audiences so they can discover Malaga’s charms and history. The province also has several water amusement parks and activities that children and parents can enjoy together. Among them are Selwo Aventura in Estepona, where the animals live in semi-freedom, and the Selwo Marina, Telecabina and Tivoli World parks, all three located in Benalmadena. Not far from Malaga, the city of Fuengirola is home to one of the most beautiful and expansive zoos in Spain.

Malaga’s culinary specialties

Pescaito frito

Pescaito Frito is Malaga's most iconic specialty, consisting of small fish fried in good quality virgin olive oil. Fish varieties vary by restaurant. Dogfish, anchovies, small calamari, cuttlefish, red mullet and squid can all be used. The small fried fish are a very popular traditional offering, as are the grilled sardine skewers. The famous frito pescaito is particularly appreciated by locals and tourists alike.

Malaga Salad

When temperatures rise, it's nice to cool down with a nice salad! Malaga's residents understand this. Malaga salad is made with potatoes, but the other ingredients can vary. It can be prepared with tomatoes, onions and olive oil, but what makes it unique is the addition of segments of more or less bitter oranges. This specialty can also be made with cod.

Enjoy local cuisine at your hotel-restaurant in Malaga

To start the day right with a healthy breakfast or for a flavorful lunch or dinner, there's nothing like the restaurant at the Campanile hotel in Malaga. It features local and seasonal produce and a varied and original menu full of fresh produce, including appetizers and desserts, and also à la carte dishes and an all-you-can-eat buffet. It’s ideal for discovering Malaga's specialties from your hotel.
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Must-see events in Malaga

Holy Week in Malaga

Malaga’s Holy Week processions are marked by a mixture of exuberance and spirituality. The passing of imposing thrones and their many bearers is an impressive, even emotional, spectacle. This religious and folkloric event marks the beginning of spring and offers a great opportunity to travel to Malaga.

The Malaga Fair

Every summer, the Malaga Fair celebrates the city’s incorporation into the Crown of Castile by the Catholic Kings on August 19, 1487. During the second week of August, the city’s big fair takes place and welcomes thousands of curious attendees. Must-see features of this fair include the opening day with fireworks; the Pilgrimage, where the flag holder travels to the Santuario de la Victoria; the Old Quarter; and the Real de la Feria.