UK London to Malaga removals We can undertake moves from all over the UK to Spain but especially to Malaga on the Costa del sol where we have a base with storage facilities.
Moving to Malaga: in the province of Andalusia located in the southern part of Spain. The region of Andalusia has a population of 7 million people. Malaga is not the capital city of the Costa del Sol that is Seville. Malaga is situated between Marbella and Puerto Banus no more than 57km away and Nerja which is 77km in distance and it has the populace of about 528,000 people. Malaga has a booming holiday-maker industry which greet in the region of around 10 million visitors every year. This city is almost 9m above sea level and has a mixed weather conditions. With the average lowest temperatures being around 8-9 degrees Celsius and the average highest temperatures being about 37-38 degrees Celsius. It, like most of the rest of the south of Spain does not get much rain with the number of days it rains a month ranging form 0 to about 6 even in the winter.
The relative Malaga humidity is quite moderate and ranges 68% to 79% making it never too disagreeable. From about Malaga has its own international airport which is positioned just 8km only 5 miles south west of the capital on the Costa del sol. It is a very active airport with hundreds of chartered flights flying in and out of it everyday and is undergoing construction of a new terminal at present to cope with the increasing visitor influx. There is still a growing expat community moving to this part of Spain from the UK.
Interesting fact: Its true the British are the movers of Europe moving house a typical of 12 times in a lifetime. We move outside are own towns and capitals and up and down the country. We move throughout the planet more than any other European country moving up to an average of 443.63 removals miles for every person, lots of of these moves are to Spain.
The Costa del sol has a great infrastructure for people wishing to move from the UK to Spain which makes the removal to Spain and the transition an easy process. The hospitals in my opinion are great, the shops are just has good as the UK, They now also have Ikea in Malaga and many other giant shopping centres along the coast like the Miramar in Fuengirola and near Marbella you have La Canada.
This area of Andalusia is known for having sun, sea, sand and mountains and this makes it on of the most vacation areas in Spain. In spite of little rain Malaga still manages to have a lovely pine forest as well as some rugged landscape like the sierra nevada and great inland lakes. Then needless to say there are the attractive beaches of the Costa del Sol. There is something for every person in Malaga. This as well means that the native folk are quite sociable towards English visitors moving to the Costa del sol.
Nightlife starts late in Malaga, the locals don't even think of going out for the night before 9.30pm so go to a restaurant for a bite to eat first and then head out to the bars when they start getting busy. Bar El Pimipi is great for old charm and atmosphere but this is being eroded with the influx of tourism and is expanding which is causing it to lose the charm it once was mired in. A great alternative is El Jardin bar and restaurante the waiters will chat and explain the history of the building which once was a garage in its past life, looking around at the ornate columns you will wonder how. They also have flamenco and tango evenings to enjoy whilst eating or even take part!
March - Semana Santa in Malaga One of Southern Spain's most famous religious celebrations with elaborate processions through the streets in every town. Visit Malaga information site for more Malaga holidays and Malaga city guide, Malaga.com provides all the information on Malaga and Spain, where to travel, where to stay, the latest news and events in Malaga.