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.
Every year on the same date, 27 September, Malaga celebrates International Tourism Day. On this day the city celebrates open doors and free guided tours in its museums and monuments.
Malaga’s Axarquia can add an attractive natural space to its great offer of rural tourism: El Saltillo, with a 50-metre-long wooden footbridge, linking the municipalities of Canillas de Aceituno and Sedella.
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.
If you are on holiday in Malaga and you are a nature lover, you should not miss a visit to the spectacular rock formations of El Torcal in Antequera.
Let’s face it: For many of us, enjoying a well-deserved holiday includes a certain budget that we have.
Between your flight, hotel or holiday apartment and your car hire at Malaga airport, this budget quickly increases, and even more so if you are travelling with your family.
So, having a few plans on hand that come for free isn’t a bad idea, is it?
Sunny October in the province of Malaga does come not only with excellent temperatures but also with many activities such as Fairs and traditional festivals, international walking festival and the particular celebration of Halloween in the Andalusian style.
It is clear that what most attracts the vast majority of tourists who come to visit the Costa del Sol, are mainly its beaches during the summer months. Which is all very well, but anyone who has ventured to come to Malaga outside the high season months will inevitably return!
It is then, when we can really discover the charms and magic of a coast bathed in light and sunshine, its culture and savoir-faire, at a more leisurely pace and without crowds.
Today we present the viewpoints along the more than 160 km of our Costa del Sol. Charming places from which to enjoy unique views, open spaces and new horizons, join us!
Malaga is trendy. The friendly Mediterranean city includes in its naturally wide range of nightlife another very attractive feature for urban visitors and residents who love to enjoy the city in summer: Rooftop Terraces in Malaga.
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.
It 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.