Are you prone to a headache when you think about planning your next getaway? Do you find it stressful to pack, to arrive at 5 in the morning at the airport, queuing for check-in; later in the destination for the rental car; put your bath towel on a crowded beach and walk the trodden paths of mandatory cultural tourism? If you can answer any of these questions with “yes” then perhaps you are a candidate to read our “Slow travel Malaga” Blog!
Let’s face it: Most of us have only a very limited time each year to enjoy the holidays. And of course, we want to compress this time to the maximum and fully enjoy (according to our individual criterion of “enjoyment”).
But many of us in the daily routine have forgotten that to enjoy is something similar to savour, something that requires time; something that is not dependent on external factors, but internal sensors. Do we pause to savour or do we consume our holidays?
Although we are a car rental company at Malaga airport, we can put our grain of sand to enjoy your holiday from the first moment – no, better – since you have planned it!
As you can see, this is a philosophical blog: Travelling is not just going from A to B, but is a “State of Mind”! And thus begins long before the trip.
If you feel like slow travel Malaga and you wish to veer off in order to discover new routes away from the mainstream, we strongly encourage you to do so. Slow travel means joining in the local life of the place we are visiting; take control of our time and find our own rhythm where we can enjoy the environment and its inhabitants; knowing the typical cuisine of Malaga, understand and share typical customs and fairs… Living with the destination, we can experience the place with greater intensity. Don´t just “have a coffee”, but have your coffee in the village bar!
Travelling does not have to do with money or privileges; it’s a state of mind. It’s about having the courage to make your own way and not go where the majority goes. Slow travelling Malaga will not just leave you with a great tan on your skin but the feel of life under your skin.