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5 Best places for running in Malaga

Running in Malaga doesn’t come much better – mostly flat terrain, almost always sunny weather and by the sea. These make near perfect conditions for whatever your running level – gentle jogs, keep-fit runs or marathon-training sessions.

Here’s our guide to 5 of the best places to go running in Malaga.

Running in Malaga Route 1: Park and Port

A short run that takes in one of the best parks in Malaga, the pergola and some lovely views of the city from the port.

Start at Plaza de General Torrijos and run the length of the Paseo del Parque. Then cross over to Malaga Port at Plaza de la Marina and run along Muelle Dos and Muelle Uno, past the lighthouse and round to the cruise terminal at the end. Vary the way back by running along the Paseo de la Farola.

Top tip: try this run at sunset for some lovely views of the city at twilight.

Distance: Approx 5km

Water: several water fountains are located in Paseo del Parque.

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Running in Malaga Route 2: Seafront Promenade – East

A good route for a 10k, this run takes in the seafront promenade to the east of the city into the Pedregalejo district, turning round at Los Baños del Carmen.

Start at Plaza de la Marina and cross to Muelle Dos. Run under the pergola and then round into Muelle Uno as far as the lighthouse where you cross the road and join the seafront promenade. Run along here until you reach los Baños del Carmen where you turn round for the return trip.

Want extra? Carry on along seafront in El Palo (busy at weekends so not a lot of space for runners).

Top tip: the No 3 bus handily runs along this route so if you find you’re a bit tired or have gone too far for comfort, just hop on for a ride back into town.

Distance: Approx 10km

Water: Water fountains are few and far between here so best to take your own supplies.

Running in Malaga Route 3: Seafront Promenade – West

Discover the other side of Malaga with this run along the western seafront that takes in 3 industrial chimneys on the way.

Start at Plaza de la Marina and cross into the port. Take a left and then follow the road round over the river to the port exit opposite the mainline train station. Go left onto the pavement and run as far as the seafront promenade takes you before turning round for the way back.

Top tip: add that bit further to this run and continue to the river (see Route 4 below).

Distance: approx 8.5km

Water: There are several water fountains several along the seafront promenade (middle section).

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Running in Malaga Route 4: River Running in Malaga

Scenic running along the Guadalhorce River and round the Nature Reserve. Take in the birdlife as you go and if it’s warm enough, take a dip in the sea.

Get to and from this run on the No 5 bus. Get off at Calle Wilkinson in Guadalmar and make your way east to the river. Run down to the seafront, then back as far as the river bridge.

Cross and then take the first right to the beach. Turn back and then take a right to circle the reserve and return via the river bridge.

Take the No 40 bus to the final stop (Sacaba Beach) and run/walk along the beach for about 300m until you see a path going north on your right. Run up here until you reach the wooden bridge over the river . Turn left into the nature reserve after the bridge and follow the paths.

If you’re looking for a longer distance, follow the track on the west side of the river past the airport.

Top tip: the Nature Reserve is home to many species of birds – run as quietly as you can and stay on the paths always.

Distance: from Guadalmar, about 6km. From Sacaba Beach, about 7km.

Water: None available so take your own supplies.

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Running in Malaga Route 5: Only for the very fit

Practically the only hill in Malaga city centre makes for a really challenging run up to the Gibralfaro Fortress and down again. It’s super steep up and down but the rewards are great views of the city and of course, feeling you’re really achieved something.

Start in Calle Alcazabilla and run round the Alcazaba Fortress to Paseo de Don Juan Temboury where you take the (very steep) pedestrian path to the Gibralfaro. At the castle, start Calle Mundo Nuevo down again. Or do it the other way round. If you enjoy this one, why not sign up for the Malaga MLK Trail (see below)?

Top tip: avoid this one in the middle of the day when lots of tourists use it – it’s even more difficult if you’re trying to keep out of people’s way as well!

Distance: 2.5km (but it feels like much further!)

Water: Apart from a kiosk outside the Gibralfaro Castle where you can buy water, none available so take your own.

Running Events in Malaga

If you’re looking for an extra challenge while you’re on holiday in Malaga why not sign up for one of the city’s annual running events? Here’s our list of the main ones:

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Malaga Half-Marathon

The 34th edition takes place on 23 March 2025. The 21.4k run starts and finishes at the Athletics Stadium in the west of the city. It’s one of the flattest routes in Spain and runs east as far as Pedregalejo and back.

World Athletics ranks the Malaga Half Marathon as the third best in Spain (after Valencia and Barcelona). Expect around 7,000 other runners.

Price: From €22.

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Malaga Marathon

Held on a Sunday in December (15 December in 2024), the 42k takes you around the main sights in the city and gives you a good overview of attractions in Malaga. The marathon starts and finishes in the Paseo del Parque.

This running event in Malaga is increasingly popular and World Athletics ranks it as the sixth-best in Spain. A half-marathon also takes place on the same day. Price: €44-50 (depending on how early you sign up.

Sign-up: usually from January onwards via the Malaga Marathon site .

You can also sign up for a half-marathon (€22-28) or for the breakfast run, a positively gentle jog (€10). All information on the website.

Malaga Solidarity Run

One of the biggest attended running events in Malaga is the 10k Carrera Urbana, entering its 44th year in 2024. Held on a Sunday in mid-October (date yet to be confirmed for 2024) and with at least 17,000 participants, the run starts outside El Corte Inglés department store and goes round the back of Malaga city into the old quarter before finishing on the Paseo del Parque.

Price: free – El Corte Inglés donates an amount per runner to a designated charity.

Malaga MLK Trail

The 11th edition of this challenging 7k takes place in late September (date to be confirmed for 2024) and starts late in the evening (10pm). Running through the streets in the old quarter and then up to the Gibralfaro Castle and back down again (twice), the routes climbs and descends 288m on the way.

Sign-up: https://mlktrail.es/inscripciones/

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The nearly 25 km of seafront promenades accessible from Málaga are among the most popular places to run on the Costa del Sol. These are wide, multi-use paths, very festive, passing by beaches, parks, with great views to the Alboran Sea. We’ve divided this seaside run into three segments east of Málaga and one segment west — which can be run stand-alone or of course combined. Note: If you’d like to do a longer, one-way run, it’s possible to hop a bus back to Málaga.

Section 1: Málaga to Baños del Carmen . 4.6 km one-way . Starting from just across the main road to the tourist office, start with ~1 km around the paths of the port to the lighthouse, then get into the promenade passing by the Playa la Malagueta , then paralleling the N-340 road. It’s a wide, palm-lined path with great beach and water views. Pass a few exercise parks and numerous beaches, reaching the Playa Pedregalejo and Baños del Carmen.

Section 2: Baños del Carmen to Puerto del Candado (Paseo Marítimo el Pedregal). 3.5 km one-way . After a short section on Calle de Bolivia in Baños del Carmen, rejoin the seafront promenade called Paseo Marítimo el Pedregal , continuing east. The wide seaside path, passes several beaches, to the Estatua de “El Deo” .

Section 3: Playa Penon to Playa Benagalbón . 10.2 km one-way . This section is less commercially developed and is very scenic. The first part is a paved path right along Playa Penon, heading east. Then, the Carretera de Almerìa la Araña path runs alongside the MA-24 road for 3 km to the Playa de La Butibamba . The next section is in the Rincón de la Victoria area. This is a lovely, but a bit more rugged and hilly section with some stairs (Promenade Cantal), and some tunnel paths called the Acantilados y Túneles de El Cantal . Reach the Torre de Cantal at the ~5 km mark. A bit of a maze of tunnels and paths here. Pick up the promenade again at the Playa del Rincón de la Victoria. At the 7 km mark, the path becomes the Paseo Marítimo Virgen del Carmen , continuing for another 3 km to Playa Benagalbón.

Section 4: From Málaga West to the Guadalhorce River . 5.6 km one-way . This is a scenic seaside path along the lengthy Playa de La Misericordia . The paved path is right along the wide beach, which itself is runnable although the sand tends to be soft. The path ends at the Guadalhorce River , where there are some additional riverside paths that are pleasant for running. NOTE: Our route starts from the port in the center of Málaga. The Misericordia path starts just west of the Parque de Huelin (2 km from the start).

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  • ~25 km of paths, which we've divided into 4 sections (3 east of Málaga and 1 west of Málaga).
  • Flat, except a bit of hill in the Rincón de la Victoria area
  • We start at the port near the center of Málaga, but you can start anywhere on these promenades!
  • Numerous access and parking spots. Buses run along the main road, connecting the areas

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