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Camping in Malaga

13 campsites in Spain, Andalucia, Málaga

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El Pino is in the Axarquia region of the Costa del Sol, east of Malaga and is surrounded by avocado groves. The old but well-maintained...

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Camping Iznate is situated amid beautiful scenery near the picturesque village of Iznate. It is surrounded by avocado and olive trees and is on a...

This large, mature site is alongside the main N340/A7 Costa del Sol coast road, 12 km. east of Marbella and 15 km. from Fuengirola. The...

La Buganvilla is a large, uncomplicated site with mature trees providing a little shade to some of the 250 touring pitches. However, increasingly static caravans...

Camping La Bella Vista is a modern campsite enjoying a beachfront location in San Luis de Sabanillas, a suburb of Manilva with Roman heritage. The...

La Sierrecilla is a fairly new site situated in the heart of Andalucia on the edge of a pine-covered Natural Park. It is one of...

Situated between Estepona and Marbella, Parque Tropical is a small, family-run site and is well-placed for those wishing to explore the Costa del Sol. Set...

Camping Almayate Costa is a well organised site located in the Coast of Málaga, in the South of Spain, with wonderful weather that offers sunny...

This large site is 12 kilometres east of the internationally famous resort of Marbella with public transport available to the town centre and local attractions...

In a remote area of Andalucia, this simple, tiny campsite with just 30 touring pitches looks over the salty lakes and marshes of the Laguna...

Laguna Playa is a pleasant and peaceful site, run by a father and son team (the son speaks excellent English) who give a personal service...

The delightfully decorated entrance, with generous manoeuvring area, is a promise of something different which is fulfilled in all respects. The friendly family who run...

With direct access to a one-kilometre grey sand and shingle naturist beach, this established, all-year naturist site, set amongst agricultural land with a mountain backdrop...

Malaga

If you’re looking for all year round sunshine on one of Spain’s most popular coastlines, Malaga is the perfect location. Situated in the Costa del Sol region, Malaga offers everything you’ll need from a trip away, with history spanning 3,000 years and stunning beaches ideal for topping up your tan. 

Whether you’re travelling with a partner of taking the whole family to Malaga, there’s loads to see and do, so you’ll never get bored. That’s why tourists from all over Europe keep coming back time and time again. Alan Rogers has inspected and selected the very best campsites in Malaga too, so you’re sure to pick a fantastic site to meet your requirements.

So, what is there to do in this seaside resort? Well for starters, there’s the 2,800-year-old history to discover. Malaga is one of the world’s oldest cities and you can find examples of Ancient Carthage, the Roman Empire and even Islamic domination.

Then of course there are the attractions that make Malaga a hit for youngsters and families. From watersports and waterparks to the brilliant nightlife and guided tours, Malaga offers the diversity and range of attractions to bring in thousands of tourists each and every year from around the continent.

If you’re looking to book your next camping trip, you’ll find every reason to choose Malaga as the right destination. With the help of Alan Rogers you can even find a campsite based on your individual preferences. Whether you want the convenience of loads of onsite facilities or want to bring your own caravan, you can choose the perfect location today.