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Spring Market Pier One Pier One (Muelle Uno) in the port of Málaga is always buzzing with activity. Just a few metres from the historic centre of Malaga, it’s worth taking a stroll to this urban space open to the sea, which also houses several shops and a Michelin-starred restaurant. In the colourful spring market […]
Many of us have probably driven along the A-45 in the direction of the Costa del Sol municipalities, without knowing that on our way through the outskirts of Malaga is located one of the most beautiful subtropical gardens in Spain.
December in Malaga is a special month for many reasons.
While in the rest of Europe the temperatures are already freezing, this last month of the year on the Costa del Sol is usually especially mild with very good temperatures that allow you to wear short sleeves at midday. In fact, it is the best month regarding temperatures in our non-existent winter.
These temperatures are ideal for being outdoors even after sunset, strolling and enjoying the magnificent Christmas illuminations, having some churros with hot chocolate or eating some roasted chestnuts.
Here are some of the many activities and events during this month, enjoy!
November in Malaga is neither grey nor cold or gloomy, but has plenty to offer!
This November in Malaga we can enjoy several Music Festivals, along with the long-awaited switch on of the Christmas lights in Malaga city. All the information in our Events Calendar below.
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.
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!
Discover some of the enchanting corners of Malaga. The city has real gems that you probably didn’t know about yet.
Welcome to Malaga!
Malaga’s classic attractions (of which there are quite a few by the way!) can be found in any decent travel guide to this ancient city situted in the bay of Malaga.
But we’re going to make your mouth water with this alternative Insider tour of local and visiting photographers and show you some real gems of Malaga that you probably didn’t know about yet.