Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, Málaga is a city which brings art and history together. It's the birthplace of one of the world's most famous artists, Pablo Picasso, and as you'd expect, is filled with an atmosphere of artistry and culture. Be sure to make the most of the city's museums, and even step back in time as you visit the ancient Alcazaba. The city offers pristine, sandy beaches along the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean, as well as lush botanic gardens, so it's up to you how and where you want to indulge in a little relaxation. The streets of Málaga are brimming with history, so losing yourself in exploration is just as fun a lazing on the beach. Sometimes you'll come across museums waiting to divulge the secrets of a distant culture, sometimes it will be a restaurant eager to introduce you to Málaga's unique cuisine - with dishes bringing together tastes from Andalusia, Europe and the rest of Spain, your taste-buds will be sure to thank you.