Category Archives: Malaga
The Semana Santa in Malaga – or Holy Week – is definitely the highlight of the year. This week is the week leading up to Easter and is treated with the utmost respect. It’s also a week of cities and towns filling up with crowds to watch the processions.
In 2014 it starts on
If your last visit to Malaga city dates from 5 years ago, you are in for a surprise. If it dates from 10 years ago or longer, it will even be a big surprise. A psalm of hammering, drilling and painting has been heard for years, and Malaga arose like a whole new city.
Do you remember the time, when you arrived at a small airport? Driving into Malaga was a chaotic affair? The whole of the Costa del Sol was touristy, except for Malaga city?
With another long, dark winter just around the corner, many people find a short break in warmer climes can go a long way towards banishing those winter blues. So what can you do in Malaga during the winter months? In this post we’ll be taking a quick cultural tour of some of the many museums and galleries around the city.
The peak summer months of July and August are usually the busiest, hottest and most expensive times to travel abroad. But if you’re not restricted to travelling during the UK school holidays, here are just a few reasons why September can be one of the best times to visit Malaga and the Costa del Sol.
The airplane is still the main way of transport to get to the city followed by the owned vehicle