The suffocating heat of August is slowly diminishing and the favourite month of many of our clients arrives, September. More affordable prices, less traffic and cooler nights are just some of the advantages of traveling to the Costa del Sol during this month.
Find out what to do in Malaga in September!
Malaga September 2021
Muelle Uno Summer Market
Combine your stroll along Muelle Uno (Pier One), just a few metres from the historic centre of Malaga, with a visit to the Summer Market, with clothes, accessories, food, costume jewellery and thousands of ideas for gifts or to treat yourself.
The market is open daily until 12 September. Opening hours: Monday to Thursday from 12 to 11 pm and Friday to Sunday from 12 to 12 am.
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/a6BHP18r7jEdGQcFA
Guided night tours of the Historical Botanical Garden La Concepción
Enjoy the summer evenings with a guided nocturnal tour of La Concepción Botanical Garden, a 23-hectare botanical garden dating back to 1855, with tropical and subtropical flora from the 5 continents.
The visit includes the historical part of the garden, the interior of the former library of the Palace of the Marquises of Casa Loring as well as the historical viewpoint. The visit will last approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Next dates: Friday 3 and 17 September, at 9:30 pm.
Those interested should book their tickets in advance by calling 951 92 61 80 as places are limited.
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/ipemFi1ri2Zk53tCA
Torremolinos Blues and Jazz Nights
Come to the Parque de la Batería in Torremolinos for the last night of Jazz and Blues, admission is free.
Discover the Parque de la Batería and other parks in Malaga in this article!
When: 3rd September, at 9pm, on the stage of the park.
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/msXPLP77w29ZB8NR9
La Merced Craft Market
In the historic centre of Malaga is taking place a new edition of this popular handicraft market, an ideal place to find a small gift and then have a drink in one of the restaurants in the Plaza de la Merced (there is also a vegetarian restaurant!).
When: 5 September from 11 am to 7 pm
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/1rjdxxFvEoBNy3Hr9
Harvest Festival Manilva
During the first weekend of September is celebrated the end of the grape harvest in the streets of Manilva with the Harvest Festival. This festival stands out for its uniqueness and the grape tread to extract the first must wine of the year that is then distributed among visitors.
When: 4 and 5 September 2021
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/pEdauyhy7Eo
Mijas Pueblo Fair
In the first fortnight of September the fair is celebrated in the white village of Mijas in honour of its patron saint, the Virgen de la Peña with a wide program of cultural, sporting, musical and festive activities. The patron’s day is September 8.
Where: Mijas Pueblo
When: 7 to 12 September 2021
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/WJ9QcLcABRw
San Miguel Pilgrimage Torremolinos
It is the most important urban Pilgrimage of Spain; most of the route runs through the town. It is celebrated the last or second last Sunday in September, prior to the Fair.
The Pilgrimage of Torremolinos has an average attendance of over two hundred thousand people. Many of the opulently decorated carts are pulled by oxen; there are traditional Andalusian costumes and adorned horses.
The pilgrimage goes to Pinares de Los Manantiales and from there to the Hermitage of San Miguel where the tour ends with a joyful atmosphere, good food, songs and Andalusian dances.
When: Pilgrimage September 26 2021, 10 am to 4 pm. The Fair takes place during the following week.
Where: The pilgrimage passes through the streets of Torremolinos to Pinares de Los Manantiales and from there to Ermita de San Miguel.
Course of the Pilgrimage: https://goo.gl/maps/P7Sd5
San Miguel Fair Torremolinos
The official program of the San Miguel Fair 2021 will start on wednesday 29 at 9:30 pm. From then, Torremolinos will live an intense program of parties, concerts and shows in multiple stages both in the city centre and the fairgrounds.
The urban centre joins the festive activities with the celebration of the ‘Day Fair’. There will be four simultaneous stages with different gastronomic activities, pop-rock music, flamenco and choirs: Plaza de La Nogalera, Plaza Costa del Sol square, Plaza European Union and Plaza San Miguel.
At Plaza La Nogalera there will be live concerts at 1 pm and 7 pm; at Plaza Costa del Sol there will be Flamenco shows at 2 pm, at Plaza Union Europa will be Bar service and music animation and at Plaza San Miguel from Thursday to Sunday there will be performances by Rocieros choirs.
When: 29 September to 2 October 2021
Where: City centre and fairgrounds
How to get there: https://goo.gl/maps/RHG6VLMBkko
World Tourism Day in Malaga
The World Tourism Day in Malaga will have an open day, where the Monuments and Museums will offer free admission.
Where: In the Monuments and Museums of Málaga
When: 27 September
Official website with schedules: http://www.malagaturismo.com/es/eventos/dia-mundial-del-turismo/106