Parador Golf

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Apartado de Correos 324, Málaga, Costa del Sol, 29080, Spain
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples73
  • Solo0
  • Business55

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Forum Posts

La Malagueta beach

by ladysail

I'll be in Malaga later this month on a cruise..and would like to go to La Malagueta Beach. Could someone tell me what the best route would be to get there...bus, taxi, walking....???

Thank you so much, as usual!!!


Re: La Malagueta beach

by WomBatt

As simply as I can make it.

Face the city, with your back to the port. Turn right and walk fifteen minutes (ish) with port and vessels on your right. For some of this distance you may want to walk through the park on your left, across the road going in the same direction. Turn right at end of park and/or with bullring facing you and straight ahead. Map -

Otherwise taxi.

Re: La Malagueta beach

by ladysail

Thank you WomBatt....that sounds easy enough. I have been to Malaga before, but didn't turn right....LOL...I turned left. Thank you for the map too.

Joyce :)

Re: La Malagueta beach

by WomBatt

You are welcome.

Travel Tips for Málaga

fisherman's houses

by blint

From the road you squeeze down an extremely narrow alleyway passing these quaint little roads to get to the Pedregalejo beach.

They were once cheap downtrodden fisherman's houses but these days are being snapped up at high prices as they aren't like the ugly blocks of flats being sold in the rest of the centre. Many look directly onto the the beach front too.

I really enjoyed passing by them to get to the Paseo Maritimo and with out a doubt think they would be a nice place to live. I have seen other such streets dotted about Malaga. Village streets hidden amongst the concrete jungle.

Definitely one of my favourite things about Malaga.

costa del Sol

by Carmela71

Lovely situated South of Europe, we can not ask more, beautiful weather, landscape, peace and the contrast of the people and the nights full of magic and music.

It is very cosmopolitan and normally english is the second language even if sometimes is the first one. Que voy a decir de la Costa del Sol, que no se haya dicho ya! pero la verdad es que al sur de Europa, frontera con Africa, tiene un privilegiado clima (a escepcion de este año), muy cosmopolita donde el ingles es el segundo idioma, aunque a veces sea el primero, y unas noches que se alargan al dia.

don't miss LAGUNA DE PIEDRA,for its flamencos...

by cbeaujean

go to laguna de piedra...flamencos nursery between mid february and end of june...
with camargue in france,the most important europe colony....don't forget your binoculars!
TWO CHOICES,on the way to the laguna:
1.leave malaga through N331,direction "antequera",a very interesting ancient city which has a lot to offer ,then A92 direction "sevilla",take way out n°132 to fuente de piedra...
2.leave malaga through MA401,direction "cartama" and "alora",to go and see spectacular and impressive CHORRO gargantas (gorges)...avoid the dangerous path (each year,mortal accidents) until they rebuild it....
to reach chorro,go up to alora (nice castle) and once on the top,seeing traffic ligts,turn on the right...after 15km of a spectacular road....


by Carmela71

the end of the night!

Al final de la noche!

Some places you should not miss in Marbella:

la Abadia, Alaska and La botellita; Zimbawe and Dolmen (Plaza de Los Olivos) in the Old town.

Some nice Irish pubs are Maverick in Plaza tetual (Old town) and Morrisons in Ramon gomez de la Serna (next to most of the tapas plazes, behaind Zara shop at the main roda)

Discos: Buda Bar and Oh! Puerto Banus in Puerto Banus edif Cristamar, also el Cubanito and La Comedia. Other discos are: Deep at Don cArlos hotel beach, Dreamers in Puerto Banus

Puerto Banus: cafe Banus

How American. Typical, touristy, and safe

by shutterlust about McDonalds

I hate McDonalds.

However, sometimes it's a relieving sight to see those golden arches in a foreign, unfamiliar city.

Mmm, smell that grease?! My fave dishes?

McChicken (no mayo), chicken nuggets, fries, a hot fudge sundae, apple pies, fruit and yogurt cups and a Coke.


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 Parador Golf

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Address: Apartado de Correos 324, Málaga, Costa del Sol, 29080, Spain