What we are going to narrate would be a great a story for sleepless nights that fits very well to these dates close to Halloween; unfortunately, everything we comment really happened on October 30 in the vicinity of Malaga airport.
We have your attention? Not surprisingly!… continue reading →
Each year spreads more and more the Halloween Fever in Malaga – the locals grab any opportunity to celebrate! – and therefore each year there are more places that offer fun and terrifying activities.
If you are in the province and you want to participate but you don´t know where to go or what to wear, here’s a quick guide to events and shops where you can buy a creepy costume.
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November in Malaga – far from being dull and dreary – comes in the first half with Film and Music Festivals, while towards the end of the month we can start to enjoy some of the most spectacular Christmas lights on the Costa del Sol in Malaga city and Fuengirola…. continue reading →
Here we offer a small reminder of fines on Spanish roads, in addition to the obvious: Not breaking the law comes cheaper!
What if you have violated any restrictions with your rental car in Malaga? Do you have to pay a fine? And how is the process if you live abroad?… continue reading →
The lovely month of October presents in Malaga not only excellent temperatures but also various activities such as traditional fairs and festivals, International Hiking celebrations and the particular celebration of Halloween in Andalusian style…. continue reading →
There are probably few things that we associate so strongly with a holiday by the sea like sea promenades… delicious boardwalks at any time of day and any season… where during summer mingle culinary flavours with the soft sea breeze and from morning until late at night you see people enjoying jogging, riding a bike, skating or walking… and during the winter months enjoying long walks and spectacular evening skies and sunsets and then going for a coffee in one of the terraces…
… a privilege and a delight, the sea promenades in Malaga, come and enjoy with us!… continue reading →
After a very rainy week start, the Costa del Sol shows its best face again to welcome all those tourists who choose to visit Malaga in September. In fact, on last Monday fell more than 50 litres of water per square metre in a few hours, causing several road closures due to flooding…. continue reading →
Finally and gradually cease the extremely high temperatures giving place to one of the best months on the Costa del Sol:
September, the month that combines the best of summer with excellent temperatures and warm waters but empty beaches and better value than high season.
It is also the month of Fairs, among other activities of which are particularly recommendable Luna Mora Festival in Guaro and the Pilgrimage of San Miguel in Torremolinos…. continue reading →
The Malaga Fair is one of the most lively and popular fairs in Spain and attracts each year a large number of local and foreign visitors who enjoy lots of music, dancing and the typical Cartojal wine – well chilled to combat the high temperatures. The fair takes place during the day in the streets of the historic centre and then moves at night to the fairgrounds where people keep celebrating until dawn.
Fireworks at midnight of August 14th mark the beginning of the Malaga Fair which during the day is celebrated in the historic centre and in the evening and night at the fairgrounds Cortijo de Torres. The fairgrounds are also the stage of the traditional horse exhibitions…. continue reading →
Given the high temperatures in July, with a historical maximum registered in Malaga, it does not hurt to repeat a few simple tips to prevent fatal outcomes, which not only affect the elderly and children, although they are especially vulnerable…. continue reading →