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Malaga is the gateway to Spain’s top holiday resorts, but it’s also one of the oldest, and most cultural cities in Europe. This port city offers incredible all year round weather, with the sun shining no matter the month. Offering an eclectic range of art galleries, exceptional restaurants, and affordable living, there’s little wonder so many people want to live in this Andalusian hotspot.

Apartments in Malaga, Spain, are much sought after, but there are select Malaga flats available. Rent costs are reasonable, especially compared to other major European cities. Malaga apartments for rent long term are a little harder to find. But with Nestpick, finding your home in Malaga couldn’t be simpler.

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Moving to Malaga

Malaga is one of the most diverse cities in Spain, making a great place to live for citizens from across the globe. With some of the best food in the whole of Andalucia, great shopping, and an art scene that would make Parisian’s jealous, moving to Malaga, Spain, might be the best decision you’ll ever make. Whether you’re a student, an expat, or a retiree, Malaga has plenty to offer. Once you’re here, you’ll find yourself feeling right at home.

Getting to Malaga is simple and easy too. This thanks to the city’s excellent transport links. With the new high-speed railway from Madrid taking just 2.5 hours, and connections from Malaga Airport taking a matter of minutes, it really couldn’t be easier to get to your new Nestpick flat.


Residential Areas of Malaga


Ciudad Jardin

Ciudad Jardin, or the Garden City, is the third district of Malaga. Located north of the city centre Ciudad Jardin has a real sense of community embedded within its culture. The area isn’t well known to expats, but it offers plenty of facilities. These include the Ciudad Jardin Spots Gym Malaga, the Pharmacy Ciudad Jardin Malaga, and the Ciudad Jardin Health Centre Malaga. If you live in Ciudad Jardin, you’ll have all your amenities close to hand.

For culture and commerce, Ciudad Jardin has fantastic local eateries. Marisquería Málaga Doramar cooks the best local seafood in the city, whilst the Restaurante Los Curros is a family-friendly community hub. Perfect for mingling with the locals. The historical botanical gardens are also great for weekend picnics, letting you soak up all the Malaga sunshine. Apartments in this area are hard to find as most are taken by locals. But with rent with Nestpick, and you’ll be able to find high-quality flats, at affordable prices.


Torre del Mar

Located 35km from the city of Malaga, Torre del Mar is a popular district for locals, and expats too. Sitting between the spectacular Sierra Nevada mountains, and the stunning blue sea, Torre del Mar is one of the most beautiful parts of Spain. The Torre del Mar beaches in Malaga are some of the cleanest, and safest in Europe. Combined with the blazing sun, and the lively events that happen in Torre del Mar Malaga, including the Torre del Mar Malaga Festival, it is a breathtaking area to live.

The local area exhibits a wide range of restaurants, bars, and shopping. Whether you’re searching for a local trinket, or want to indulge in the exquisite Italian food at Bar Italia, Torre del Mar has something from everyone. Close by are the historical attractions of Velez-Malaga, whilst the city of Malaga is a short drive away. Summer months are lively due to tourists whereas the winter months are peaceful and tranquil. It really is the best of both worlds! Property to rent in Torre del Mar is relatively inexpensive too. 1 bed flats start at €300 per month, ranging up to €600 for a 3 bedroom beachside apartment.


Churriana

Located in the south west of the city, Churriana is close to the airport, making it a great area if you love travel. Not only is it handy for explorers, it’s also close to the beach. So you can soak up the sun too! Historically Churriana was a township itself. Today it is part of Malaga City. With this in mind, it’s a great local hub, whilst also being close to the city centre. Attractions in Churriana include La Consula Mansion, with its beautiful public gardens, and Magala Golf Parador golf resort.

When it comes to local amenities, Churriana has plenty to offer. If you’re looking for a pharmacy in Churriana Malaga, or a Churriana gym in Malaga, you won’t have to search far. For the literature lovers, and students, the local library in Churriana Malaga also has a wide selection of books for both pleasure and study. Property in this area varies in terms of cost. Flats start at around €300 per month and climb up towards €1000 for luxury villas with swimming pools. Whatever your needs, with Nestpick, finding your ideal flat is just a few clicks away!


Student Accommodation in Malaga

The University of Malaga is a popular place of study for Spanish, Erasmus, and students from around the World. Malaga’s year-round sun, thriving art scene, and low living costs make it a great option for those who want a high-class education, without breaking the bank. Few cities in Europe offer the chance to study on the beach all year round. This makes Malaga an amazing city for all students.

The university is split into two main campuses. The majority of courses are taught at the Teatinos Campus. The campus has recently undergone expansion and is one of the most modern in Europe. Found towards the west of the city, the Teatinos Campus is 15-20 minutes away by bus from the city centre. Students studying at this location should consider student apartments in Malaga close to the Churriana district. Not only is it great for bars, restaurants, and nightlife, rent costs are also inexpensive.

On the other hand, the El Ejido Campus, home to the schools of architecture, fine arts, and economic science, is located in the city centre. Close by are the new Pompidou Centre as well as some of the city’s best contemporary art galleries. Living in the town can be expensive compared to the rest of the city. So it’s worth searching for student housing in Malaga in the Ciudad Jardin district. Not only is it close to the hub, rental costs are amongst the cheapest in Malaga.


Transportation in Malaga

For a city with a population of just over 500,000, public transportation in Malaga, Spain, is fantastic. One of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to get around the city is by bicycle. Not only is it the most eco-friendly way to get around town, you can also soak up the sun, and take in the sights. If you’re not a fan of exercise, the city’s bike taxis are also an excellent eco-friendly option. They’re relatively inexpensive, and a favourite for both locals and tourists.

The local bus services are also efficient and reliable. Provided by EMT, bus routes connect the city and surrounding areas at regular intervals. With tickets available for just €1.30, it won’t cost you a lot either. One thing to consider however, is that they can get a bit hot and stuffy during busy summer periods.

New to Malaga in 2014 was the Malaga Metro system. Introduced to reduce congestion, the Metro runs two lines. Though there are further plans to introduce four more in the future. Currently, the 1 line runs from the El Perchel to Andalucia Tech taking in 11 stops along the way. The 2 line operates from El Perchel to Palacio de los Deportes stopping off at La Isla, Princesa, El Torcal, La Luz, and Puerta Blanca.