Malaga is probably one of the Spanish cities which in recent decades has undergone more development regarding tourism and technology. Malaga, which a few years ago was only a transit city to the airport without further appeal, has become a cosmopolitan city open to the Mediterranean with a constantly growing offer in museums and culture along with reforms and investments in new infrastructure that make a walk through the city centre appealing, where a few meters from the harbour and monuments we can find a large number of interesting museums.
The vast majority of museums are located in historic buildings which themselves are worth a visit…. continue reading →
Two great dates in the winter festival calendar in the province of Malaga are certainly New Years Eve and the day of the popular parades of the 3 Kings. During these two dates a huge number of people are enjoying the atmosphere in the streets, accompanied by the generally mild temperatures at this time of year…. continue reading →
Malaga in December is characterized not only by excellent weather but also by a large number of typical activities related to Christmas season, among which we highlight the spectacular Christmas lights along the coastal municipalities besides Christmas markets and concerts…. continue reading →
In the region of Serrania de Ronda we can discover another gem of the province of Malaga, the beautiful Genal Valley.
One of the most pristine places in the province hidden inland which is reached after many meandering curves along country roads, flatters the visitor with the crystal clear waters of the river Genal and large ancient forests…. continue reading →
November in Malaga is quite varied regarding activities, with lots of music, food events, ballet and even an Outlet Fair for those seeking a bargain…. continue reading →
About 60 kilometres northwest of Malaga are situated the Guadalhorce, Conde de Guadalhorce and Guadalteba Reservoirs, one of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Andalusia.
In the natural site you can enjoy a wide range of activities as it is the ideal place to enjoy nature, either with the camera, hiking, biking, caving, climbing, swimming or fishing…. continue reading →
In Spain take place each year over 4,000,000 traffic offences, of which about half (46 %) belong to speeding.
Malaga province currently has 19 radars distributed mainly between the A-7 and A-45 motorways; and exceeding the speed limits can get really expensive: Fines for speeding range from 100 euros without loss of points to 600 euros and the possibility of jail.
…and what about Devices to detect radars?
There are currently three types of devices for the location of radars of which only one is allowed:… continue reading →
October in Malaga province presents a varied program, comprising two film festivals, a gastronomic festival and a great Fair, not forgetting the particular celebration of Halloween in Andalusian style…. continue reading →
We always encourage our customers to venture a little “Inland”, to get away from the bustle of the Costa del Sol and discover first-hand why Malaga is a natural paradise:
Natural Parks, untouched nature, charming white villages ahead a few miles from the coast. As for instance the Axarquia, a little known gem of the Costa del Sol.
Covering an area of two Natural Parks and the highest peak of the province, in full tourist boom the Axarquia, dotted with Moorish white villages, has retained its charm and history, perhaps because of its particular and beautiful terrain…. continue reading →
The month of September in the province brings the traditional fairs and harvest festivals, slightly milder temperatures – and especially – empty beaches!
Who wants to continue enjoying many weeks of summer ahead, can delight in all the pleasant things the Costa del Sol has to offer but without the tourist avalanche of high season. In addition, prices for car hire at Malaga Airport drop considerably.
The Costa del Sol in September – an utterly sunny choice! To go along with, here is our Events Calendar:… continue reading →