Things to do in Malaga in April 2021

Dear friends, we are very pleased to finally be able to present you with a halfway decent events calendar for the month of April!

After a whole year of pandemic and fluctuating numbers of cases and restriction measures, however, we are also becoming more and more adept at ensuring safe tourism.

Many establishments, museums and other monumental and historical sites are currently obtaining the International Safe Tourism Seal and applying all the Covid safety measures, such as reduced capacity, special opening hours, safety distances, etc.

Here are the activities for this month of April and we hope there will be many more in the coming months!

Guided tour of the historic San Miguel Cemetery

Guided tour of the historic San Miguel Cemetery in Malaga in an interesting route, where we can discover its 19th and 20th century Malaga architecture, the history of the cemetery and the people who rest there. The next visit is on 11th April at 11am and is free of charge.

Interested parties should send a Whatsapp to 676 210 477 indicating the date of the visit, name and surname and the number of people who are going to attend and they will receive an acknowledgement of receipt confirming the registration and informing them of the meeting point.

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/4G7rNvUggruceUxYA

Spring Market at Pier One

The Spring Market is now open at Muelle Uno, every day until the 9th of May, from 10 am to 10 pm, in the Main Square, with a wide range of clothes, accessories, food, costume jewellery and thousands of ideas for gifts and treats.

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/H6i2HjEkSWxhsPTf8

El Paseo Market

Every second Sunday of the month the Paseo Market takes place on the Paseo Marítimo Ciudad de Melilla, next to the well-known La Malagueta beach. A good Sunday plan to stroll around, have a drink in the beach bars and enjoy a market with a great selection of original and charming artisan products.

Next markets
Sunday 11th April
Sunday 9th May
Timetable from 11 am to 7 pm

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/BnShvVpGS9zHaPxb8

Soho Urban Market

This market takes place in the central pedestrian street C/ Tomás Heredia, in the so-called arts quarter Soho, with more than fifty artists, craftsmen, creators, designers and local producers.

Upcoming markets:
Sunday 18 and 25 April
Timetable: from 11 am to 7 pm

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/xAEoFCvNUURoCjAV7

Festival ‘Soul Train’ Fuengirola

Soul and Funky lovers have an appointment at Palacio de la Paz in Fuengirola on the 17th of April at 7 pm at the celebration of the ‘Soul Train’ festival, with live performances, dancers and performances.

Tickets are already on sale at a single price of 15 euros plus booking fee. The event is adapted to all current health regulations.

Website: https://www.eventbrite.es/e/entradas-soul-train-global-edition-tour-147583780059
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/wQzVqE65395eKFwJ7

Tickets on sale for Marenostrum Fuengirola shows this summer

Tickets are now on sale for the shows that are scheduled for this summer in the magnificent open-air concert venue, next to the sea and the Sohail castle.

You can now buy tickets to see the following shows: Ara Malikian (4 June); María José Llergo (5 June); Martita de Graná (12 June); Sohail Jazz Experience (from 17 to 20 June); Izal (26 June); La M.O.D.A. (30th July); Sidecars (31st July); El Kanka (2nd August); Cantajuego (3rd August); Los Morancos (3rd August) and Derby Motoreta’s Burrito Kachimba (26th August) and Miguel Poveda (4th September).

The shows have all the hygienic-sanitary guarantees. In addition, all tickets for the concert series will be covered by a cancellation insurance policy. So that, if the spectator cannot attend for health reasons or the show is cancelled, the organisers will refund the full amount of the ticket.

Tickets can be purchased through the official website www.marenostrumfuengirola.com.
You may also be interested in discovering the Selwo Parks in Malaga or the Cave of Nerja.

6 Responses to Things to do in Malaga in April 2021

  1. Malcolm Wood says:

    I have been using Malaga cars for many years and can only praise the staff and a service received

  2. StephenBrown says:

    Dear sir I have just spoken to a women ca lied isabell in your rental office I found her very rude , I phoned to tell her the warning lights were on for the car to be serviced she said don’t worry I also explained I was disappointed in getting an older car with 31,000 Kim’s on the c lock she said to complain to write to you I tried to explain that I rent from yourself so nearly every month but was not interested I am very disappointed with the company for not trying to help myself out all she said this was a car hire company well I know that I told her I was inAlgeciras and could they bring me another car the ans was No . Regards Stephen brown

    • Jan says:

      31,000 Km on the clock. That’s almost new. What’s wrong with this guy?

    • Trevor Midgley says:

      Warning light – should request e mail from car hire company that they accept responsibility
      Lost all credibility mentioning 30,000 kilometres!!!!!
      In September 2018 during a 5 week hire I had to change cars twice and drive from Marbella to Malaga Airport – so what!!!!
      My family have been hiring from Malaga Car Hire for many years because above everything they have not tried to rob me of more money – read complaints about other car Hire companies on the internet

    • Gary Gascoigne says:

      I rent from Malagacar 5 times each year minimum and have never had a problem with the customer service or cars, even those with 30k plus miles. If you want new I’d recommend going to Avis or Hertz where you’ll spend a lot more and get a lot less value.

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