When you first arrive in any city, the first thing you’ll need to do is find somewhere to live.
Unfortunately, with Malaga now forging a reputation abroad, it is more difficult than ever to find an apartment or house with prices soaring and increasing numbers of landlords choosing to target holidaymakers to fill their properties.
However, if you follow the advise below, you should be in your pad in no time!
World famous website for short-term rents, with the choice between a private room, a shared room, and a whole apartment or house. Bear in mind that an account is needed when renting through Airbnb.
Website with a focus on apartment sharing, so ideal when looking for a furnished place with costs to share. Long-term rent only, so look on Airbnb for short-term stay.
Similar to Idealista, though with a couple of other functions, such as the possibility to look for obra nuevas or newly built houses, and vacacional or holiday rentals.
Modern looking website for buying and renting in the whole of Spain, including Málaga. Its new ‘draw your own map’ function allows you to identify a specific area in which you would like to find a piso.
As co-founder of Malaga Guru Katrin likes to share the ins and outs of this captivating city. With a strong interest in history she is always keen on discovering more about Malaga’s past. Having lived in Malaga for more than five years, she is happy to share any tips to make your life more comfortable – from the best cocktail bar to getting on the padrón.