Holiday Homes Malaga
The best holiday homes in Malaga. 1251 holiday rentals to enjoy a unique stay in Malaga, with the guarantee and security of Ruralidays.
The 1251 most demanded holiday rentals in Malaga
If you are looking for holiday homes in Malaga, you’ve come to the right place. We provide you with a wide selection of villas and holiday rentals in the province of Malaga.
The holiday homes in Malaga are ideal for getting away from the hustle and bustle and enjoying a well-deserved relaxation with the whole family. You will feel at home as soon as you get to your holiday rental. Besides, our holiday lets are fully equipped so that you won’t miss anything during your stay.
Sea-view holiday home or rentals in the mountains
Imagine waking up surrounded by the mountains or to some fabulous sea views, and have a drink in the porch as you contemplate the sunset. All of this is possible in our homes!
Holiday homes with private pool
How about you refresh in the private pool of your holiday rental? If you take a look at our selection, you will be able to decide from a wide range of holiday homes with private pool in Malaga. You can choose between sea and mountains and add the exclusivity of a swimming pool just for you.
Holidays in Malaga
To spend your holidays in Malaga is the best you can ask for. You can make the most of the favourable weather, with more than 300 sunny days per year, as well as its joyful atmosphere. Besides, this province is among the most populated in Andalucia and relies on several connections with the rest of Spain and Europe.
Culture, leisure and gastronomy
Malaga stands out for its differences, both on the coast and inland. In the province, you will find everything you are looking for: culture, leisure and gastronomy, in addition to splendid landscapes. You will enjoy more than 175-km worth of seashores, sunbathe on its precious beaches and try the delicious “pescaito frito” on one of the seafront chiringuitos.
The cultural offer in Malaga
The city of Malaga, which is also the capital city of the Costa del Sol, welcomes several monuments, such as the Alcazaba, Gibralfaro Castle, the Cathedral. But this doesn’t end here, as in Malaga you will also be provided with a huge cultural offer. The Muelle Uno, more than 30 museums and countless activities are carried out all year round in one of the most important cities on the Costa del Sol. You won’t have time (nor options) to get bored!
The province of Malaga, lots of possibilities
The province of Malaga offers several places to stay and enjoy the marvellous towns: seafront Nerja and Frigiliana, where the rural world mingle with the Ferias and festival traditions. The towns of the Axarquia, with Almáchar, the town of the ajoblanco, and the Serranía de Ronda, where Ronda and its Tajo stand out. Or else, the fabulous villas on the Costa del Sol. Marbella, Estepona, Mijas or Fuengirola let you leave aside the rustic atmosphere to convert to Balinese beds, swimming pools with waterfalls, spectacular indoors and gourmet kitchens.
Enjoy the nature of the Sierra de las Nieves and fall in love with the quaint White Towns in the region of Nororma, in the northern area of the province. Likewise, you can make the most of the closeness to the capital of the region of Valle del Guadalhorce, to discover the beauties of the city.
Holiday home in Malaga to spend a dream holiday
Make the most of this opportunity and rent a holiday home in Malaga, by searching the one that best fits your needs. Do you travel with your partner, family or friends, or with your pet? Do you prefer sea views, views over the mountains, or both of them at the same time? Do you want to fall asleep in front of the fireplace or are you looking forward to rejoicing in the BBQ?
Choose your holiday home in Malaga and start planning your trip.
The most interesting areas in Malaga
Frequently Asked Questions about holiday homes in Malaga
How do you get to Malaga?
If you choose to spend your holidays in Malaga or its province, you will be happy to know that the city relies on Spain's fourth-biggest airport, with direct flights to the main European capital cities and even intercontinental flights. Once you are in town, you can move around the province as you please: the high-speed trains that leave from María Zambrano train station take you to Antequera, and the Cercaníasreach Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Benalmádena. Also, the urban and inter-urban buses allow you to reach the inland towns of the province.
Although, if you have the chance, the best option is to rent a car. Several companies offer these service in the airport for you to book your car and travel around the province, thanks to the several highways and national roads it is provided with.
How much does a stay in a Malaga holiday home cost?
The average price p.p./ per night in the province of Malaga is between €26 and €38, depending on which season you choose to travel to Malaga in.
Which are the best homes for families with children?
The best holiday homes for families with children are:
- Beautiful villa in the heart of the mountains of Malaga
- Wonderful villa with impressive views of the Torcal de Antequera
- Cottage with panoramic views of the Costa del Sol
This selection is based on the feedback of other holidaymakers, in particular families with children. You can find more feedback by filtering by 'Type of traveller' on our website.
What are the most affordable areas to stay in the province of Malaga?
Which accommodation in Malaga is best if you want to stay by the sea?
For stays by the sea in the province of Malaga, the best holiday homes are:
- Modern villa with close to the sea
- Splendid holiday villa all comfort near the beach in Malaga province
- Welcoming house all comfort - 1 km from the beach in Torrox
To find more accommodation near the beach in Malaga, set the 'Distance to the sea' filter on our website to less than 2 km.
What is there to see in Malaga?
In Malaga you can visit the Cathedral of Malaga, the Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba fortress, the Muelle Uno quay, Calle Larios, the Gibralfaro Castle, and over 30 museums that are part of the city's cultural offering. You can browse more things to do in Malaga by clicking here.