Category Archives: Leisure
While the winter still maintains its cold grip over almost all Europe, here in Malaga already begin to bloom the almond trees. If you come in February to Malaga take a look at our Events Calendar Malaga February 2019.
Christmas starts this weekend in Malaga with the lighting of Christmas lights and also are starting the first Christmas markets in the province.
December in Málaga is classically the month of many Christmas markets and enjoying the lively atmosphere in the Costa del Sol municipalities.
The Costa del Sol is equivalent to rest, wellness and relaxation, and a warm atmosphere near the sea. To this culture of well-being also belong the Spas, to which we dedicate this blog. We review not only the best Spas on the Costa del Sol but also some more accessible ones that are certainly worth a visit for their pleasant facilities.
This November in Malaga await us many Music festivals, along with the expected inauguration of the Christmas lights in Malaga. Full information in our Blog.
October is one of the best months on the Costa del Sol when due the excellent climate you can enjoy countless outdoor activities, check out our Events Calendar for this month!
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.
The suffocating heat of August is slowly diminishing and the favourite month of many of our clients arrives, September. More affordable prices, less traffic and cooler nights are just some of the advantages of traveling to the Costa del Sol during this month. Here comes our Events calendar Malaga September 2018.
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The Feria de Málaga is one of the most lively and popular and attracts every year a large number of local and foreign visitors who enjoy a lot of music, dancing and well-chilled Cartojal wine to combat the high temperatures.