Practicing water sports in Malaga is the perfect opportunity to spend a day out and get to know different towns of this province.
Take advantage of the good weather to organize a water sports getaway in Malaga and enjoy the last rays of sunshine of the year in the best place to do it: the Costa del Sol.
With mild winters and about 320 days a year of sunshine, the offer of activities and water sports in Malaga is, as you can imagine, wide and varied. Enjoy the waves, the depths of the sea or refreshing tours through natural environments practicing some of the most popular water sports in Malaga.
WATER SPORTS IN MALAGA
If you like heights you must try parasailing, can you imagine flying over the coast of Malaga? Climbing on this parachute and letting yourself be carried by a boat you can feel the speed in your own flesh. Of all the water sports in Malaga is the one that generates more adrenaline, like the following.
Flyboarding, hoverboarding and jetpacks
If you do not mind spending a little more and want a little more excitement you can try flyboarding and its different modalities, hoverboarding and jetpacks. It is about flying over the sea thanks to the impulse of water jets that come out of a board. It is great fun, something you can do in some beaches of Benalmádena, Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola or Marbella.
Kayaking and Paddlesurfing
Some beaches in Nerja are ideal for renting a kayak or a paddlesurf board, which will allow you to discover small coves that you wouldn't be able to reach otherwise. Whether you feel like getting some exercise during a day at the beach or you want to watch the sunset on the water, of all the water sports in Malaga it is one of the most successful.
If you travel with friends, one of the best water sports in Malaga that you can practice is this variation of paddlesurfing. They are boards that can fit 6-7 people at a time. The fun is guaranteed if you go down to the Malagueta beach, where you will find a place to book it.
Surfing and Windsurfing
As long as the weather is good, in Cabopino in Marbella and Santa Amalia in Fuengirola you can find groups and centers that will teach you how to enjoy the waves, surfing them! But if it is very windy it is worth going to Tarifa to enjoy a morning of windsurfing.
Nerja, Mijas and Estepona are the perfect places to practice another of the water sports in Malaga par excellence. Discover the richness of the Mediterranean Sea and venture into its waters practicing scuba diving in Malaga.
WHERE TO STAY IN MALAGA
Enjoy all these water sports in Malaga with a stay in a luxury boutique hotel in Torremolinos, where a team of professionals will take care of offering you an unbeatable attention to make you feel at home. The location of the Costa del Sol Torremolinos Hotel along with the quality of its rooms and services guarantee you a few days of unparalleled relaxation.