The water parks in Malaga compete with the beaches during the summer months for visitors eager to spend a day of refreshing fun, offering large fresh water pools, with a host of water attractions for the entire family.
Welcome to Malaga!
Malaga’s classic attractions (of which there are quite a few by the way!) can be found in any decent travel guide to this ancient city situted in the bay of Malaga.
But we’re going to make your mouth water with this alternative Insider tour of local and visiting photographers and show you some real gems of Malaga that you probably didn’t know about yet.
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.
El Torcal de Antequera
If you are on holiday in Malaga and you are a nature lover, you should not miss a visit to the spectacular rock formations of El Torcal in Antequera.
For this summer 2021 the Spanish General Directorate of Traffic has updated its list of speed cameras in the province of Málaga, with a total of 54 speed cameras. It is expected to be a busy summer in terms of travelling around our beautiful province and if we prefer to spend our money on cold beers and pescaito instead of fines, it is worth bearing in mind where these fixed speed cameras (properly signposted), stretch radars (those that force you to respect the maximum speed limit for several kilometres) and hidden mobile speed cameras are located.