Compare 4 fertility clinics in Malaga, Spain

There are [4] fertility centers in Malaga with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The IVF clinics in Malaga offer a wide range of services such as the hysterosalpingogram, semen analysis, fertility medications, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening, elective egg freezing, gestational surrogacy, LGBT family planning and other forms of therapy and treatment.

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Paseo de la Farola, 5, 29016 Malaga, Spain

951 506 462

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N° 4, Av. Alcalde Clemente Díaz Ruiz, 29640 Malaga, Spain


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Avenida de la Aurora, 55, 29006 Malaga, Spain


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C/ Ventura del Mar nº 11, 29660 Malaga, Spain


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Quick info - Spanish fertility treatment costs in 2022:

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Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.

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General Information

Malaga is a port city in southern Spain. It is the center of the province of Malaga. After Seville, it is the second largest city in Andalusia and the 6th largest city in Spain. Approximately 575 thousand inhabitants live here. The total population in the Malaga metropolitan area was 897,563 (also 6th place).


The Phoenicians of Tire founded a colony called Málaka or Malake around 770 BC. The city guarded the mouth of the Guadalmedina River and served as an important point on the trade route between Phenicia and the Strait of Gibraltar. Like other Phoenician colonies, the city was ruled by Carthage between the 6th and 5th centuries.

Malaga was one of the cities where Muslim rule on the Iberian Peninsula lasted the longest. While most of the peninsula broke away from Muslim rule during the Reconquista, the then Malaqah was still occupied by the Moors. On August 18, 1487, Malaga was again conquered by Christians.

Malaga - Quick guide

The Alcazaba is an 11th-century Moorish fortress built on the ruins of a Phoenician palace. It was built for the Moorish king of Granada and enlarged in the 14th century. There are ancient ruins of the Roman amphitheater.

The Catedral de la Encarnación was built by the Christian conquerors in 1528 instead of the Great Mosque. It is also called La Manquita ("the one-armed one") because its second tower was never completed due to lack of money.

Interesting Facts

Due to its pleasant climate, Malaga is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Iberian Peninsula. The painter Pablo Picasso, the famous 19th-century Spanish politician Antonio Canovas del Castillo and the actor Antonio Banderas were born in Malaga.

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