Malaga, the largest and the most populated coastal town in the south of Spain, and for good reason! Located in the middle of a bay, Malaga is also a part of the ‘Costa del Sun, meaning the ‘Sun Coast!’
In Malaga, locals and visitors alike can enjoy the ideal Mediterranean climate with an average annual temperature of 18.5°C. Summers are particularly hot, which makes hiring a boat in Malaga a great option to cool down.
We can’t forget to mention that Malaga’s 16 beaches along its coastline are also the perfect way to enjoy your next vacation on board.
How much does it cost to charter a yacht in Malaga?
If you are thinking about renting a boat in Malaga for your next vacation, there are a few things to consider when planning your budget. The cost of your boat rental may be influenced by the following factors: age and type of the vessel, the season, as well as the rental duration. Here is what you can expect in regards to rental prices:
The Costa del Sol is full of beautiful places to discover, from Malaga set sail to these destinations:
Are you not exactly sure where you want to vacation but you’ve considered renting a boat in Malaga? Then you should take a look at the following options as well:
To travel to Malaga is to travel to the charm and beauty of the South. The area of the Costa del Sol has everything: good weather, wonderful beaches and a great gastronomic, cultural and leisure offers.
What do you know about Málaga? Its historical center formed mainly by streets closed to traffic, has access to plenty of restaurants, bars, and terraces. Don't forget to visit the hill of the Castle of Gibralfaro and the Alcazaba, a fortress from the Arab period built in the 11th century.
A walk along the famous Calle Larios will take you from the Plaza de la Marina on the promenade to the Plaza de la Constitución, from where you can access the Pasaje de Chinitas. You can also go up to the Castle of Gibralfaro, from where you can enjoy incredible views. The Roman Theater or the Cathedral of Malaga are two other places you can't miss during your visit to the city.
Speaking of its beaches, we can not forget its main beach, the Malagueta, located between the port and Playa de la Caleta, that has been awarded the Blue Flag certificate for its quality. Pedregalejo Beach is located next to the oldest fishermen's quarter in the city, and is 1,200 meters in length, as well as the most peculiar promenade in the city. Here you can enjoy one of the most colorful and beautiful sunsets in the area.
There are also several other options, such as Nerja, where you can find Calahonda Beach with its turquoise waters, or Maro Beach, known for its incredible natural surroundings. In the heart of Benalmádena, the fine sand beach of Bil-Bil, or the well-known beach of Puerto Banús, one of the most renowned, located in Marbella.
Embark on the type of boat that best suits your needs and sail along the coast of Malaga. Just choose the boat you like best, send a message directly to the owner if you have any questions about the boat, or book directly online - it's safe and easy!
Málaga is home to 12 marinas... With more than 4,500 moorings! Here we leave you some of the most relevant, so you can take them into account when planning your vacation on board:
With Click&Boat, the leading boat rental service, browse through our large fleet of boats- there’s something for all tastes and needs. From motorboats, to catamarans, sailboats, and luxury yachts, they are all at your disposal.
Choose to navigate with or without a skipper, in any port on the Costa del Sol (Malaga, Benalmadena, Marbella and Sotogrande). You will be able to find fully equipped boats for rent, ready to enjoy a fantastic, safe and unforgettable sailing experience. And remember, you can hire a boat for hours, half day, full day, weekends and even entire weeks, depending on your sailing plan.
With Click&Boat, we also offer our services in helping you find the ideal boat for your vacation as well as helping you plan your trip. You can be sure that your time on board will be unique and one you can’t forget. All aboard to Malaga!