In Malaga, as a typical Mediterranean city, life goes on in the streets and one of the favourite pastimes of the Malagueños is undoubtedly “going out”: going for a coffee, having a drink in a bar with tapas, going for lunch, going for dinner….
It is not surprising, therefore, that there is an immense gastronomic offer in the city, from the most traditional Andalusian to international fusion cuisine. (more…)
We’re not going to fool you, if you can only spend one day in Malaga, you don’t know how many great things you’re going to miss (that’s why we’re also going to write another article about what to see in Malaga with a little more time).
In the region of the Serranía de Ronda we find another jewel of the province of Málaga, the beautiful Genal Valley.
This spot is one of the few almost virgin places leftin the province, hidden inland, reached after many winding bends along country roads, offering the visitor magnificent views of the crystal-clear waters of the river Genal and vast centuries-old forests.
The province of Malaga offers us a rich and deep historical heritage thanks to its vast past.
Many of our Top Ten sites presented here were discovered by chance in recent years due to excavation and construction work and have now seen the light of day again after being buried and forgotten for hundreds of years.
Throughout the last decadeMalagahas had an unstoppable cultural growth to become the Spanish city that has offers the most Museums in its old town.
It is a pleasure to walk around the streets of the city centre and discover all the culture and heritage that the city has to offer in its best Museums in Malaga. Discover them with us in our Blog! (more…)
Sunny October in the province of Malaga does come not only with excellent temperatures but also with many activities such as Fairs and traditional festivals, international walking festival and the particular celebration of Halloween in the Andalusian style. (more…)
We know, everyone loves the summer months, sun, beach and that summerfeeling. But anyone who has ventured to Malaga outside the high season months will inevitably come back!
It is then that we can really discover the charms and magic of a coast bathed in light and sun, its culture and savoir-faire, at a more leisurely pace and without the crowds.
Here in Malaga and the Costa del Sol, we have so many months of summer and endlessly blue skies, that we look forward to it when the temperatures finally drop a little to more bearable values and the skies offer impressive chromatic tonalities thanks to the appearance of the first clouds.
Today we propose 10 daytrips to do in Malaga in autumn, which by the way is very far from the northern European autumn, as here we still have excellent temperatures even in the “middle of winter”, the ideal time to enjoy active and adventure tourism, discover Malaga or white villages of Arab origin … the choice is yours!