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    Moving To Spain Made Easy

    Forms & Declarations

    The biggest headache for anyone moving overseas is dealing with customs. Your dedicated Removal Coordinator will guide you through the process from start to finish.


    • Customs Declarations
    • NIE (Número de Identidad de Extranjero)
    • Vehicle Import Documents
    • Detailed Inventory

    Let our experienced team take the worry from your big move.

    Our Removals Service Includes…

    For removals to and from Malaga.

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    Eco-Friendly Moves

    Armishaws are committed to reducing the environmental impact of every move.


    2,000 Trees

    We’re planting over 2,000 trees to help lessen the impact of carbon emission and create vital habitat for wildlife.

    Recycled Materials

    Recycled Materials

    We use recycled and recyclable materials for all our boxes and packaging which is better for your belongs and the environment.

    Greener Vehicles

    Greener Fleet

    We operate a fleet of greener vehicles, plus our drivers go through eco-efficiency training to reduce the amount of fuel we use.

    Acid Free Paper

    Acid Free Wrapping

    Using acid free tissue paper is not only better for your items, it’s also kinder for the environment. Win/win!

    Bio-degradable Mattress Bags

    Biodegradable Mattress Bags

    Our crews seal mattresses in single use, biodegradable bags to protect them in transport. All bags are then recycled.

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    8 Quirky Facts

    1. Malaga Is Very Old
      Malaga is considered to be one of the oldest civilized cities in the world. The city was first founded in 770 BC by the Phoenician. It was originally named Malaqah which means ‘factory’. The port of Malaga is pretty old too, it began operating around 600 BC and is still going strong. The port also means Malaga is the 6th largest city in Spain, with 4th largest economy. It also has the 3rd largest airport.
    2. Home of Picasso
      Celebrated throughout the city, Malaga’s most famous son is cubist artist Pablo Picasso. Born in Malaga in October, 1881, he lived there until 10 years of age, so probably didn’t get much painting done, however the city is home to the Museo Pablo Picasso featuring a large number of his works. Another famous Malagueño is actor Antonio Banderas.
    3. Anchovies
      While in the UK we have Scousers, Cockneys, Geordies and Weegies, Malagueños are often referred to as boquerón (male) or boquerona (female) which means ‘anchovy’, something Malaga Bay is famed. They are a popular bar snack throughout the city and go surprisingly well with a cool glass of cervaca (ahem, not that we have time for such frivolities).
    4. Hot Hot Hot
      You won’t find many umbrella shops, on average the city experiences 50 days of rain a year and average rainfall of 59.7cm. With more than 300 days of glorious Spanish sunshine every year, it’s no wonder Malaga is so popular.
    5. One Night Only
      Malaga’s symbol is the biznaga, a delightfully scented flower. They are sold throughout the city in the summer and although they smell great, sadly only last around a day. Biznaga means ‘gift of God’.
    6. They Eat Smurfs!
      No, not the little blue Belgian cartoon creations, pitufo (the same word is used for smurfs in Spanish) are a breakfast roll which are hugely popular in Malaga. The delicious delicacies can be found throughout the city with a huge choice of fillings, tomato and olive oil (catalana) or serrano ham and cheese (mixto) are particularly good.
    7. Long Liberation
      Having been conquered by the Moors, it took 780 years for the Spanish to reclaim their lands piece by piece in what was called the Reconquista, meaning  reconquest. Malaga was finally liberated from Moorish rule in 1487.
    8. War Stops Play
      Spanish football fans are amongst the most passionate in the world. The first Malaga FC match took place in the city in 1904, when 3,000 fans turned up to a game played on open ground. It was another 20 years before construction began on a stadium but work came to an abrupt halt two months later when the Spanish Civil War broke out.

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