Escorts in Málaga are doing great. Spain in general has often been in the top 5 of mongering destinations in the world. The capital of Costa Del Sol is the perfect place for that kind of business. Escort services in Málaga are “decriminalized”. You technically can’t pimp anyone, though. You can run a… place with girls in it, but you can’t make any money from their services. The province of Málaga is home to several non-profit organizations that help prostitutes. They provide facilities, condoms, and free healthcare. It can get wild, especially after dark. Tourists tend to complain about working girls both inside and outside of hotels. As with all the other port cities, Málaga has a human traffic issue. The upside is some of the best variety when it comes to escorts due to its location.
As always in Spain, the proportion of Latinas among the local escort scene is quite impressive. One look at the escort agency and directory sites learns you already that many prostitutes come from Colombia, Peru, Brazil and other South American countries.
Sourcing Málaga escorts is easy when you know where to look. The internet is usually the first stop. Some local websites like Malaga Escort Girls (https://malagaescortgirls.com/) and Velasquez (https://velazquez24.es/) might not be the largest, but they’re genuine. Lider Escort (http://www.liderescort.com/) is a huge nationwide directory with a good selection of sex workers (or putas or prostitutas as the Spanish also say in less diplomatic terms) in Málaga. Slumi (https://www.slumi.com/) is cool too, and more of a classifieds kind of site. €120-150 is a standard price for a decent-looking escort in Málaga.
Brothels are quite common and often operate as the backbone of escort agencies in Málaga. Take Mujeres Con Clase (https://mujeresconclase.com/) at Avenida de Velázquez 24 as an example. In fact, most agencies have an unofficial stationary base. The streetwalking situation here is interesting. Working girls can’t offer their services near churches, schools, or any inhabited buildings. That’s fair. The City Council didn’t leave these women hanging, though. They set up an impromptu red light district in the industrial areas of Málaga. It’s called the Guadalhorce Industrial Estate and the girls don’t like it. They think it’s dark, dangerous, and remote. It’s not bad. I’d say it’s much better than the train station prostitution “nests” you’ll find in other cities. Or try your luck at the beach or in one of many clubs, frequented by beautiful chicas. You’re bound to find company, free or otherwise.