Malaga, Spain Jet Charters
Soak up the rays on the Costa del Sol, where modern meets ancient
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Private Jet Charter Flights to/from Malaga
Home to some of the oldest palaces, castles and fortresses in Andalucia, Spain, Malaga is a beautiful city perched on a protected port in the Mediterranean. Visit the golden-sand beaches on the Costa del Sol overlooked by modern luxury high-rise resorts. Explore the remnants of an ancient Roman theater and the two Moorish fortresses that sit high above the city. And make sure to see the collection of artwork by Malaga’s most famed son, Pablo Picasso Read more about private jet charter flights in Malaga
Malaga jet charter information
Located in the autonomous community of Andalucia in the Costa del Sol region, Malaga is the largest European city in the southernmost point of Europe and enjoys a subtropical-Mediterranean climate. Malaga experiences summer for eight months of the year, while even winter averages a pleasant 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The city itself is ancient, with around 2,800 years of rich history. Visitors and residents alike walk and work around archaeological remains and monuments, which come from the Phoenician, Roman, Arabic and Christian eras. The city is also known as the birthplace of internationally acclaimed painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso, Hebrew poet and Jewish philosopher Solomon Ibn Gabirol and actor Antonio Banderas.
Things to Do in Malaga
Situated on a hill overlooking the Mediterranean is the Alcazaba (citadel) of Malaga, a military fortress built during the Hammudid Islamic dynasty in the early 11th century. Along with the Castillo de Gibralfaro, it is one of two fortresses built in Malaga and is one of the best-preserved Moorish palaces in Spain. Above Alcazaba is the Castillo (castle) of Gibralfaro, located at the summit of Mount Gibralfaro. It dates back to the 14th century and offers a spectacular view of the city and seaport below. Located at the foot of the Alcazaba is the Roman Theater, the oldest monument in Malaga. Built in the first century, it is the only ancient ruin left in Andalucia. It went through a full-scale restoration that lasted for two decades and reopened to the public in 2011. The amphitheater now features performances and other events while an adjacent visitor center serves as the free entrance to the site. Another must-see historical attraction is Malaga’s soaring Renaissance cathedral, which is nicknamed La Manquita ("one-armed lady"), as its south tower was never finished. The north tower rises 276 feet, and the cathedral’s sanctuary is filled with Gothic and neoclassic alter pieces. Malaga is also the site of numerous art museums, including the converted 16th century Buenavista Palace, which acts as the Museo Picasso Malaga. It features more than 200 Picasso works donated by the late Spanish artist’s family. The Carmen Thyssen Museum, which is also located in a 16th century Renaissance palace, features an international collection of masterpieces and Spanish works based on the collection of Carmen Cervera. After exploring the palaces and ancient ruins, relax at the Playa de La Malagueta, one of Malaga’s popular beaches located in a sheltered bay near numerous luxury resorts and hotels.
How to Book Charter Flights to Malaga
Stratos Jet Charters invites you to indulge in some sand and sun on your next European vacation by booking a Malaga private charter. Enjoy a luxury charter experience tailored to your personal and professional needs. No matter the size of your group or the special needs of your travel, Stratos can match you with the most appropriate aircraft available. Stratos’ stellar industry reputation with trusted operators gives our clients access to an extensive selection of new, highly maintained aircraft of all types and sizes. Experience our wide range of elegant and convenient services.
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Malaga Jet Charter Airports
Those travelling by Malaga private plane can arrive and depart at the Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport (LEMG), one of the oldest airports in Spain, which serves the Costa del Sol region in Andalucia. Located five miles southwest of the city center, the airport has a brand new terminal with a full range of passenger services and a general aviation terminal for private jet flights.