Rip Currents – The Unknown Danger for Bathers

Corriente de resaca

We’re in the middle of summer, the water temperature is perfect and invites to a swim.

Although we would prefer to bask in this summery beach image, it is a sad reality that every year there are many deaths and rescues on the Spanish coasts; many of them by leaping  into an element of which bathers are unaware of the potential dangers, such as currents that can become traps even for experienced swimmers.

Take a few minutes and read our entry on rip currents, it might be useful someday…. continue reading →

Events Calendar in Malaga: July 2015

The summer months on the Costa del Sol are traditionally characterized by a wide variety of concerts and outdoor festivals, one of the best ways to enjoy the warm summer air and the sea breeze impregnated with aromas of Honeysuckle, Lady of the Night and Jasmine.

Enjoy the summer evenings with our Events Calendar Malaga July 2015!continue reading →

Events Calendar in Malaga: June 2015

Here in Malaga Big Summer is just about to begin. We propose some activities if you have planned a visit to our beautiful province. … continue reading →

The 8 Best Rooftop Terraces in Malaga

Atardecer desde terraza del Hotel AC Málaga Palacio
Malaga is trendy. The friendly Mediterranean city includes in its naturally wide range of nightlife another very attractive feature for urban visitors and residents who love to enjoy the city in summer: Rooftop Terraces.

As you will discover, having a drink at sunset on a terrace overlooking the city is another of the pleasures that offers Malaga. We invite you for a stroll, discovering the best terraces overlooking Malaga…. continue reading →

A little note about theft in cars

signal detectorThe season is about to begin and with it unfortunately also tend to increase the thefts in tourist destinations. Due to recent news on that subject, we have prepared some basic advice to reduce as much as possible trouble during your holiday in Malaga.

It seems that it is not a new technique but these days there is a further increase of theft by frequency inhibitors, which inhibit the car locking the doors properly when parking. This trick is especially popular in large areas such as shopping centres…. continue reading →

Events Calendar in Malaga: May 2015

May is not only a month of lush flowering and fantastic weather on the Costa del Sol, but also presents a colourful variety of events for all tastes such as the Book Fair, an Alternative Health Fair, markets, gastronomic fairs in the villages, San Isidro Day in Estepona, the White Night Malaga and more … find out more in our Events Calendar Malaga May 2015!… continue reading →

Events Calendar in Malaga: April 2015

What kind of events are planned for April?

Different markets and food fairs in charming villages of the province, film and music at the Spanish Film Festival in Malaga, the International Peoples Fair in Fuengirola and the season opening of Nikki Beach Marbella, one of the chicest Beach clubs in Europe, take a look!… continue reading →

14 Featured Spas on the Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is equivalent to rest, wellness and relaxation, and a warm atmosphere near the sea. To this culture of well-being also belong the Spas, to which we dedicate this blog. We review not only the best Spas on the Costa del Sol but also some more accessible ones that are certainly worth a visit for their pleasant facilities…. continue reading →

Easter Week in Malaga 2015

We have prepared a special blog with all the relevant information about the Easter week in Malaga 2015 for our readers who love processions.

Here you find all the processions and the time when they pass through the city centre, as well as our recommendations and relevant information…. continue reading →

Events Calendar in Malaga: March 2015

March in Malaga province this year marks the beginning of many things, not just spring.

In addition to the big event on the calendar which is Easter, throughout this month we can enjoy some very interesting openings like Caminito del Rey / The Kings Walkway, the Pompidou Centre Malaga or the Orchid House in Estepona…. continue reading →