Category Archives: Travel Tips
Current situation in Malaga Malaga ended the month of April with the opening of interprovincial mobility in the region, bringing numerous visitors to Malaga from other parts of Andalusia. As it coincided with the last weekend and temperatures around 25ºC, … Continue reading
Nowadays rarely people are seen enjoying the beach without taking the mobile phone, many times along with other electronic devices, to enjoy their leisure by the sea. In addition almost everybody brings the car keys and some money.
In order that this refreshing dip into the water does not end up with a very great trouble when returning to the towel and realizing that our belongings have been stolen, here some easy beach tricks.
Our Malaga based Friends very probably have already experienced it at least once, as it happens about 5 to 6 times every summer. But …what is it???
Terral wind is a local weather phenomenon in Málaga area, Estepona, Guadalhorce Valley and Vélez-Málaga.
There are nights in Malaga which are above and beyond “Tropical Nights” and are more infernal with values of 27 or 28 degrees which make it absolutely impossible falling asleep.
Given the high temperatures in July, with a historical maximum registered in Malaga, it does not hurt to repeat a few simple tips to prevent fatal outcomes, which not only affect the elderly and children, although they are especially vulnerable.
The season is about to begin and with it unfortunately also tend to increase the thefts in tourist destinations. Due to recent news on that subject, we have prepared some basic advice to reduce as much as possible trouble during your holiday in Malaga.
It seems that it is not a new technique but these days there is a further increase of theft by frequency inhibitors, which inhibit the car locking the doors properly when parking. This trick is especially popular in large areas such as shopping centres.
Spain is one of the safest countries in Europe to travel.
However, and especially in the tourist areas, the offence which ranks first in the ranking is theft; you can protect yourself with some simple behavioral rules.
While on the one hand, nothing is absolutely secure in life as much as we would like, however we can pay some attention to common sense and follow some simple preventive guidelines for your enjoyable holiday, from beginning to end.
“Is it dangerous to drive in Malaga?” “Are the roads very different from home?” “What is the local driving style?” Safety is always the first worry of a tourist who intends on renting a car in a foreign country. So let us immediately get to the point: