Villas in Malaga | NOVASOL
Villas in Malaga
Malaga is a well-sought after area for those looking for relaxing summer holidays in Spain. For years, thousands of tourists have flocked to Malaga, which lies majestically on the Costa del Sol by the Mediterranean Sea. With incredible seaside and great access to beaches, culture and absolutely blissful weather, it is easy to see why Costa del Sol villas are such a favourite. With NOVASOL’s large selection of villas, apartments and coastal cottages in Malaga, you are bound to find something stylish, convenient and well-appointed where you can enjoy time off with your loved ones.
Outdoor activities on Spain villa holidays
This idyllic landscape is characterised by extremes of land formation, highlands and lowlands, as well as the breathtaking ocean and all it provides. This variety and diversity is not only incredibly beautiful, but it makes opportunities for a real range of activities. If you are seeking villas to rent in Spain for adventure holidays, look no further than Malaga. Whether your interest is scuba-diving, mountain climbing, hiking, cycling or sailing, there will be something to entertain anyone. Of course, there are also plenty of resources for relaxation, and if finishing a good book by the pool is more likely than paragliding or snorkelling, then check out our holiday lettings Spain with private swimming pools!
Discover mountain life whilst self-catering in Spain
Exciting activities await you when you rent a Spanish apartment in the Malaga area. In Torros and Frigiliana, there are the glorious mountains to explore. Voted the 'prettiest village in Andalucía’, Frigiliana is also important from an historical viewpoint; it was the scene of the final bloody defeat of the Moors in 1569. Today the village is a tangle of narrow cobbled streets lined by whitewashed houses, wrought-iron balconies with planters of brilliant red geraniums, and small plazas for you to sit in during your stay in one of our self-catering villas and apartments in Spain. The mountain peaks of Tejeda, Almiraja and Almara are also worth a visit, and form a lovely backdrop for the blue Mediterranean. The mountainous terrain, which separates Granada and Malaga, is a designated natural park of 40,663 hectares, and is full of pretty villages.
Culture in Malaga
Although Malaga is known for its beaches, relaxed ambience and cosmopolitan facilities, there is a real history and culture to the area which should definitely not go unexplored whilst renting apartments on the Costa del Sol. Not only are there typically Spanish things like tapas and flamenco, but Malaga has been strongly impacted by historical invasions and the various cultural influences to which it has been exposed in the course of time. The Phoenicians, Romans and Moors have clearly left their mark on the area, and you can visit attractions like cathedrals, fortresses, galleries and museums on villa holidays in Andalusia. Throughout the year there are many festivals, and markets to visit. There are lots of exciting attractions to explore too, including all the offerings connected with the story of Pablo Picasso, a native son. See where he was born, and the museum dedicated to him and his art.
Service - why NOVASOL?
NOVASOL, founded in 1968, began by renting small holiday lets in Norway. Since then our selection and number of holiday rentals has expanded considerably, as has the size of our business. Today we are northern Europe’s largest holiday rentals firm, with locations across most of the continent. With NOVASOL, you can select the holiday lettings which match your exact needs from amongst a very wide number of houses around the Malaga region. We have holiday cottages near the beach and ocean, and houses inland with that real hacienda feel. Our Costa de Sol villas can be ordered to your own likings; some are ultra-modern, others rustic and full of character and charm. To find your perfect holiday home, use the filter tools on our website to view just the properties that fit your specification.