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Fly from Exeter Airport to Malaga Airport
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Exeter Airport offers flights to Malaga, on Spain’s Costa Del Sol, throughout the year on every day of the week except Wednesday.
Malaga being a port on the Mediterranean Sea has a wonderful mild winter temperature with average lows in the coldest winter month being around 7ºC and getting to average highs during the warmest summer month of 31ºC
Malaga has recently undergone a cultural revolution thanks largely to the Picasso Museum which was also the place of his birth, this museum was opened in 2003. Also, a new art district called Soho which brings a lovely bohemian flair to the City is attracting a lot of attention.
Malaga Cathedral often referred to as La Manquita (one armed woman) built between 1528 and 1782 had plans to have two towers but due to money from the city being donated to American Independence only one tower was ever built giving it its quaint unsymmetrical appearance.
The oldest monument in Malaga is El Teatro Romano and was built in the 1st century BC. The amphitheatre is accompanied by a visitor’s centre where the traveller can learn about the history and Roman influence on the region.
Whether it the fabulous beaches around Malaga that attracts the traveller or the wonderful shopping opportunities of the rejuvenated city one thing for certain a little time spent relaxing is a must and what better locations to do it than one of Malaga’s many roof top terraces and bars. Sit back with a local glass of wine, one of the regions local spirits or a cocktail and take in the city’s skyline enjoying locally produced tapas. Then head out to one Malaga’s many superb restaurants for an evening meal and enjoy the local nightlife.
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