Things to do in Malaga in February 2022

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 for February 2022 and discover everything you can do.

Things to do in Malaga in February 2022

Almond Day in Guaro

During the weekend of the 5th and 6th of February a new edition of the Almond Tree Day will be held in Guaro, where you can enjoy hiking trails and taste the typical gastronomy of the area in the bars of the village.

The day begins on Saturday 5 at 10 am with one of the routes through the almond blossom. This first excursion is 9 km long and is dedicated to people with more experience, due to its greater difficulty.

At 11 am starts the second 4.5 km long route, aimed at families with children and people with less physical fitness.

Both routes will be led by guides who will give an interpretation of the environment and landscape.

On Sunday 6th, the bicycle route will take place, a route of medium-high intensity in which you can enjoy the landscape with the almond trees in bloom, leaving the municipality at 10 am.

It is essential to register in advance to do the routes. You can register until 3 February using this form.

As in previous years, there will be a photography competition, in which participants will be able to send the photos they take during the day to turismo@guaro.es, until 28 February. The winning photo will be part of the poster for the Almond Tree Day 2023.

Where: Guaro and surroundings
When: 5 and 6 February
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/A7ao66JwtJ12

Festival Rockin’Race Jamboree Torremolinos

A new edition of the Rockin’Race Jamboree festival takes place in Torremolinos in the first week of February. A festival dedicated to Root music with a wide range of styles from the 40’s, 50’s and early 60’s, this year presents 25 bands over 4 days in various locations in the popular Costa del Sol town.

The concert locations this year are the hotel La Barracuda, the municipal auditorium of Torremolinos and the promenade Playamar next to the Burger King and Minigolf, where there will also be food trucks and classic cars, great atmosphere guaranteed!

Event website: https://www.rockinrace.com/
When: 3 to 6 Feb 2022
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/QbN9Ve79eRm1GCxz7

Half Marathon Torremolinos

This popular marathon takes place on a 21 km urban circuit through the main streets and avenues of the Costa del Sol city, starting and finishing at the athletics tracks of the Torremolinos sports centre.

Registration until 2 February. Bib numbers can be collected on 5 February at Carrefour Torremolinos Avda. Circunvalación from 10 am to 2 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm.

How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/eY4XzKDhKzmcZ4d1A

Theatre Festival Malaga

The Malaga Theatre Festival has programmed 51 shows for its thirty-ninth edition with 77 performances, including five world premieres, which will be distributed in two “acts”, between 7 January and 14 February and between 1 and 11 May 2022.

Programme: https://www.teatrocervantes.com/es/ciclos-y-festivales/39-festival-de-teatro/
Where: Teatro Cervantes Málaga
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/PTBJyum7Dqc4fVYX8

Valentine’s Day Malaga

Spending Valentine’s Day in Malaga is a safe bet. Malaga and the Costa del Sol are a top-quality destination to spend a few romantic days with your partner.

If you are seduced by the idea, take a look at our article dedicated to Valentine’s Day in Malaga and let yourself be inspired by the many things you can enjoy with your partner.

Candelight Concerts Malaga

In the concert hall Maria Cristina, a 15th century Franciscan monastery in the heart of Malaga, with exceptional acoustics and unique beauty, we can personally recommend this experience of classical concerts and tributes by the light of hundreds of candles.

There are usually two performances on the same evening, one around 6 pm and another around 8 pm.

10 Feb: Coldplay tribute, piano. We saw it last year – a 10 out of 10 experience, totally recommended!
18 Feb: The best of Joe Hisaishi

You can buy your tickets on the official Feverup site.
Where: Sala de Conciertos María Cristina, Málaga
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/R7oM6aCmiNGQurCP7

Chamber Music at the Picasso Museum

The Auditorium of the Museo Picasso Málaga is the setting for the ten chamber music concerts of the Málaga Philharmonic Orchestra, which will take place in the spring of 2022.

When: 22 Feb at 20 h
Cultural programme at the Picasso and tickets: https://www.museopicassomalaga.org/programa-cultural
Where: Museo Picasso Málaga
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/aVD8cPBpdUNKN8rY6

Musical Company Teatro Soho

This great classic of musical comedy, a work by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth, will be performed for the first time in Spanish with Antonio Banderas as director and star of the show.

Set in New York City, it is a play that explores the human being himself, his fears, love and heartbreak.

Performances on Sundays until 22 March 2022.
More info and tickets on the official website: https://teatrodelsoho.com/evento/company/
Where: Teatro Soho, in the centre of Malaga
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/45Vydgs5LKxdG7kX6

Flour Carnival in Alozaina

In Alozaina, located on the foothilla of Sierra de las Nieves, after Christmas, one of the most interesting moments in the municipality and the region are its winter festivities.
Shortly before Lent, the Carnaval de la Harina (Flour Carnival) takes place; the origin of this carnival dates back to the end of the 15th century.

The locals prepare themselves with bags full of flour and are ready to dye all the people they meet in their way white. A great festive atmosphere with music and dancing.

Where: Alozaina
When: From 19 to 21 February.
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/2DTYErVnhKJPTvzB8

Soup of the seven branches in El Burgo

The municipality of El Burgo, located in the Sierra de las Nieves National Park, celebrates on Andalusia Day the festival dedicated to the soup of the seven branches, an emblematic dish of the village.

Its curious name comes from the main ingredients of this soup: tomato, pepper, onion, garlic, bread, potato and wild asparagus. Its preparation, similar to that of other traditional soups, has the particularity of using mint.

During the day there are traditional sweets from the village and the region; they are made by hand in wood-fired ovens, such as roscos de vino, cubiletes, empanadillas, mantecados, tortas de aceite and the well-known alfajor de El Burgo of Arab origin.

Where: El Burgo
When: 28 February
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/6cQQiY2Qkir

Powder Day in Tolox

The Tolox Carnival is one of the oldest in our province.
This fiesta traditionally takes place the night before Ash Wednesday, and in which, according to custom, the villagers throw talcum powder at each other.

This tradition seems to date back to the 19th century, when young men used to play this game to propose to their sweethearts. The Tolox Carnival is one of the oldest carnivals known in our province.

Nowadays, this fiesta is celebrated in the Plaza Alta of the village and in the streets of the old quarter.

When: The date varies
Where: Tolox, Plaza de la Constitución
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/4FtYMvYkqDP2

When: 26 February to 6 March.

Andalucia Day

The Day of Andalusia is a holiday throughout the autonomous community with many festive events.

When: 28 February

Carnival in Malaga

Battle of Flowers in Larios Street

The Carnival in Malaga is a lively party that takes place in the central streets and different stages of the city and where we can highlight the Children’s Parade, the Drag Queen Election, the Grand Parade through the Historic Centre to the Plaza de la Merced, and the popular Battle of Flowers in Calle Larios.

Where: In the historic centre of Málaga
When: From 26 February to 6 March
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/jdg7dScfNYx

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