Malaga is remarkable from the inland to the Costa del Sol. It is a beautiful province inside and out. Natural, full of life, traditions and a mix of cultures. Hospitable, Cosmopolitan and open.
At Villa Padierna Thermas, we recommend you travel around this land with a different point of view in search of new sensations and experiences.
The Caminito del Rey is a route that will take you into the heart of the gorge known as the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes along boardwalks attached to the rocks hanging one hundred metres from the ground, where you will discover scenery at vertiginous heights that only experienced mountain climbers have been able to enjoy up until now.More information
Fuente de Piedra Lagoon is the largest in Andalusia. It is an exceptional environment where the pink flamingo comes to breed and is also a wintering area and stop over for many other migrating birds. The nesting of the flamingos is one of the most enriching phenomena of the annual cycle of this wetland.More information
The visit includes the remains of Alcazaba (the walled-fortification), puerta del sol, where visitors can see the old wells, and the monastery, which is sculpted and carved in sandstone. It is the most important example of pure Mozarabic architecture in the Iberian Peninsula.More information
Discover Spanish Fighting Bulls and the Purebred Spanish Horses in the Sierra de las Nieves Nature Reserve, which has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.More information
The Cave of Ardales, which is also known as the Cave of Trinidad Grund, was discovered in 1821 after an earthquake left the existing access to the cave open. Trinidad Grund bought it and made it safe for visitors midway through the 19th century, as an addition to her thermal spa business in the neighbouring town of Carratraca.More information
It is home to the most extensive collection of Andalusian painting from the 19th century that currently exists in Spain. It is located in the Palacio de Villalón, a palatial building of the 16th century standing right in the heart of Malaga city. There are 230 pieces in the permanent collection that give a wonderful overview of Spanish art of...More information
The 285 pieces that make up the MPM collection include the revolutionary innovations of Picasso, as well as the wide variety of styles, materials and techniques that he mastered. From the first academic studies to his vision of classicism, onto the superimposed planes of Cubism, ceramics, his interpretations of the great masters and his last paintings of the 1970s.More information
The Russian State Museum of Saint Petersburg set up in 1895, is the home of more than half a million pieces that cover all the Russian history of fine art. Malaga is its first museum in Europe.
The Pompidou Centre in Malaga gives the public an opportunity to really experience the Centre Pompidou through its collection, its supreme programming, the mix of artistic disciplines and its innovative mediation programmes designed for all audiences.
Pablo Picasso, the most important painter of the 20th century, was born at number 15, Plaza de la Merced in 1881. The Birthplace Museum was declared a Historical-Artistic Monument of National Interest in 1983. Initially the museum just took up the first floor and nowadays it occupies the whole building. There is another exhibition hall at number 13 in the...
Alferini golf, next to the Mediterranean Sea, is where the Villa Padierna Golf Resort is located. Have a unique experience playing golf in superb surroundings, with the most up-to-date facilities and with a personalised service available so that you can enjoy and appreciate all the tiny details.More information