Category Archives: Malaga

Blogs related to Malaga city, tourism, attractions, monuments, things to do and places to visit in the city, furthermore amusement and leisure in the capital of the Costa del Sol.

What to do in Malaga in December

It doesn’t matter the season of the year, Malaga is a very active destination, even in winter. Apart from the typical commitments, such as business dinners, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve; many other interesting events take place, among them Continue reading

In Malaga and southern Spain there is still a lot of summer ahead

While it inevitably becomes cooler in central and northern Europe, the Costa del Sol in southern Spain still is enjoying a warm climate – and plenty of peace after the bustling months of July and August. September and October are in Malaga and the Costa del Sol ideal months for those seeking relaxation and sun. The bathing season runs at the sun-drenched coast even well into autumn. Continue reading

7 good reasons to choose Malaga as holiday destination

Pulsating, hot, exciting. Historical monuments and warm, friendly people; a modern tourism infrastructure meets traditional Spanish way of life, a charming old town and kilometers of sandy beaches. This is Malaga and below are some reasons for visiting the Costa del Sol. Continue reading

Summer holidays in Malaga, a destination to discover

When the moment comes to enjoy the holidays many tourists usually opt for some of the destinations in the south of Spain. Malaga is a destination well worth not only during the summer, thanks to the fact that it is a city with good temperatures, beautiful beaches and it is also a destination where you can enjoy great food, another of the many attractions. Continue reading

Malaga, more culture than sun

If we think about Malaga, what comes to our mind? Beach, sun, relaxation, beach bars, fried fish, great nightlife in Malaga

But there’s far more to discover. Continue reading

A visit to Malaga during your holidays

Malaga, the city founded in ancient times by the Phoenicians, is situated at the shores of the warm blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Bathed by intense Andalusian sun this city has a special grace and charm. Continue reading

The best beaches in Malaga

The best beaches in Malaga: indeed the mere mention of his name evokes the beauty of Malaga beaches, bright sunshine of a nearly never ending summer with plentiful time to relax and enjoy: Malaga has as many beaches as you have enthusiasm to enjoy, and vacation days are full of animation along the sea promenades; you can stroll the nearby surroundings, sample Malaga´s delicious Andalusian cuisine, dance away the summer night, in one word – summer is just waiting for you! Continue reading

Summer holidays: Malaga and the Costa del Sol

Malaga holidaysThe sunny Andalucia with its magnificent beaches, but also rugged mountains and wide plains is still in the minds of most tourists as the characteristic Spain. The city of Malaga is the capital of the province of Malaga, has about 550,000 inhabitants and is situated on the Costa de Sol (Sun Coast). The city of Malaga, the monuments, the sea, the coast, the environment, the people and the Spanish way of life characterize this place and make it a tourist attraction for many international visitors Continue reading

Christmas in the capital of the Costa del Sol

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Christmas in Malaga that is Nativity scenes, concerts in the streets and squares of the capital, lighting and Christmas decorations, Verdiales music, carols and entertainment, lots of entertainment. Malaga lives intensely the month of December and Christmas turns into one of their most famous and visited yearly appointments Continue reading

Malaga and the Costa del Sol, always worth a visit

Malaga Sights The Costa del Sol in southern Spain is the centre of vitality and melting pot of many cultures. The sun coast with miles of beaches bears her name in all honors, with more than 320 cloudless days a year. Málaga, capital of the Costa del Sol is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Today Malaga is a lively port, commercial and university city, which is worth a visit any time of the year. With the expansion of Malaga airport, the region now has one of the most modern airports in Europe with a huge range of destinations Continue reading