Journals Malaga

A day in Malaga

Created by jipp05 on August 31, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

A day spend in Malaga visiting the sights of the old town

Costa del Sol Mates

Created by getawayguy on April 1, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
3 Stories

We were looking for sunshine, old-world charm, friendly people, good food, adventure, and history. We found all of that and more, and at a very affordable price.

Sunny Malaga

Created by Whisler on April 23, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Flying into Malaga on a beautiful, sunshiny afternoon was incredible. First you fly over the mountains and then out over the Mediterranean to turn and land at the airport. The shades of blue in the water were spectacular, and so were the people.

Malaga

Created by statesidecruiser on May 9, 2008

1 Review

Malaga is surrounded by mountains and bordered by two rivers, the Guadalmedina and Guadalhorce which flow into the Mediterranean Sea. Over 550,000 people reside in Malaga. The painter, Pablo Picasso, was born in Malaga.

My Two Days in Malaga

Created by ripplefan2 on November 26, 2007

3 Reviews

Malaga is such a surreal and magnificant place and I can't wait to go back.



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Costa del Sol

Created by leeleereid on November 1, 2006

7 Reviews

Honeymoon on the South "Sun Coast" of Spain.

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WARNING Urgent WARNING

Created by copperking on May 11, 2006

1 Review

Be careful on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain!

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Atlas at Grangefield Oasis Club

Created by Keith B. on November 21, 2005

1 Review

I was staying at the Atlas at the Grangefield Oasis Club and sightseeing in the Costa Del Sol area in Spain.

Costa del Sol, Spain

Created by tpurk on August 4, 2005

2 Reviews
1 Story

Sun, tourists, shopping, beautiful scenery, great day trips, all from the home base of Malaga, Costa del Sol, Spain.

Relaxing Delta Mar

Created by tonypembe on May 18, 2005

2 Reviews

The accommodation has been updated since the time of the pictures on the website. We found that the two-bed apartment was in pristine condition. If I had to gripe, then it would be about the main costal road that runs in front of the complex and the constant noise from it.

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