Just a few days before Christmas have been released the new measures for Christmas in Andalusia. The good news is that there will be a progressive de-escalation and also a certain flexibility regarding PCR tests to enter Spain.
The fertile lands of Malaga have a long history of vine cultivation, dating back hundreds of years. There are currently 45 wineries and two denominations of origin in the province of Malaga.
For years now, wine tourism has been established in Malaga as a complementary offer. And even more so in these times of Covid, inland tourism is booming more than ever.
You don’t have to go all the way to Hawaii to surf. Along the more than 160 km of the Costa del Sol there are magnificent beaches for this increasingly popular sport, both for beginners and more advanced levels; there are waves for everyone!
And in case you didn’t know, in Malaga there are also many fans of kitesurfing. Although the Mecca of Kitesurfing is in Tarifa, the wind capital of Europe, here in Malaga there is also a very favourable area for winds, discover it all in our blog!
Fortunately, the good weather has accompanied us over the last few weeks, making Malaga and the Costa del Sol an ideal and safe destination. There is a wide range of activities available, whether cultural, sporting or recreational. Visiting museums and monuments, trekking, cycling routes and enjoying the local cuisine in bars and restaurants, always within the municipality of residence, are some of the options available.
Join us in discovering the coastal path along 14 municipalities that make up the coast of Malaga. This magnificent project, which is currently 75% complete, offers the possibility of walking along the Mediterranean Sea along more than 160 km of coastline, from Manilva to Nerja, passing through Estepona, Marbella, Mijas, Fuengirola and Benaládena, Torremolinos, Málaga, […]
We love discovering new places. Today we present to you Genalguacil, the open-air art museum village, a literally very picturesque white village, situated at 500 m above sea level in the heart of the Serrania de Ronda.
To make it clear from the beginning: Genalguacil is one of these villages that you have to be eager to reach. Forget about getting there by bus, you need a car hire to get there. And be prepared for many bends on secondary roads through forests of pine, cork and chestnut trees that in autumn offer a spectacular display of colours.
Almost 30,000 tickets are already on sale to visit the spectacular Caminito del Rey during autumn and winter, the most ideal season in Malaga to enjoy beautiful walks in nature.
One of them is undoubtedly the Caminito del Rey, a spectacular aerial path rehabilitated along the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, which has been converted from one of the most dangerous paths in the world into an attractive route through this beautiful natural setting, and even more so now in autumn when temperatures drop and nature offers spectacular colours and contrasts.
Do you think that paragliding in Malaga is only for the brave, the sporty, the adventurous? Well, no! Come with us and discover everything you need to know to live this wonderful experience.
Tourism on the western Costa del Sol has been in full swing since its beginnings and when we think of the “Costa del Sol”, the images that come to mind are in fact of the western Costa del Sol: Wide sandy beaches and lots of tourist infrastructure.