In Malaga we'll find numerous monuments to immortalise so we recommend not to forget your camera every time we go out touring the city.
In the photo above we can see another view from the Gibralfaro viewpoint, the Malaga port at the back, the bullring in the middle and the Malaga Promenade to the right. At the back we can also see a part of the mountains that help the microclimate present on the Costa del Sol.
The Malaga fair is a very popular event that is celebrated during the month of August. During the fair, both the day one and the night one, the horses and the flamenco dresses are very common. During the day, the fair takes place in the centre of Malaga while the night fair is held in the fairground, in the outskirts of the city, where we'll find funfair rides, fast food stands and street markets to buy a souvenir.
The Holy Week in Malaga is an event in which there are processions carrying religious figures upon very heavy thrones. You an learn more about the Holy Week (Semana Santa) on or website or see some of the photos of the thrones that are paraded in the processions.
Malaga has plenty of bars and restaurants to enjoy Malaga's typical food (fried fish) or the fantastic wine in one of the very old wine cellars present in the city, such as the 'Bodega Antigua Casa de Guardia', (the Old Guard House Cellar), situated in the main Alameda, founded in the same year as the cellar.