As every year the Fair begins after the opening with fireworks. This is a show that is visible from all over the Costa del Sol the night of the 14th in August. Want to know the best places to enjoy the fireworks of the Malaga Fair?
Everything you need to know to see the Perseids from Malaga. When are the best days, how and recommended places to see this Meteor Shower.
When is the fair in Malaga this year and what activities or performances will there be? I will answer this and other questions in this article. Find out about the programme of activities, events and concerts at the Malaga fair this year. First of all, if you never ever visited the fair before you might want to read our guide of Malaga fair. The guide has detailed information on where it takes place and the dates.
Everything you need to know about the main fairs and events in Malaga during the month of August. If you are planning to come or are already here, it will be useful to know when and where to visit during this month.
Music is the perfect excuse to visit some of the most picturesque villages in Andalucia. The Pueblos Blancos Music Festival arrives in Ronda, Montejaque, Grazalema and Villaluenga del Rosario with international artists. A long and magical weekend that will begin on a Thursday and end on Sunday during the month of August. The perfect opportunity to begin the summer while enjoying good music and getting to know these beautiful rural environments full of history, culture and surrounded by nature. The stages for the concerts have been carefully selected, continue reading to know more about this annual event.
The month of July, in addition to a rise in temperatures, brings us many activities that might be of your interest. There will be activities for all ages and to suit all tastes. I will list the most important events but I will expand the list throughout the month.
Malaga is not just a nice destination to go on holiday. According to surveys at European level it is among the best places to live in Europe and Spain. Want to know some of the reasons why Malaga is so well valued?
The next June 23, thousands of people of all ages will celebrate along the coast the shortest night of the year at the summer solstice known as the 'Night of San Juan' in Spain; also called St. John's bonfires or Midsummer's Eve. I will tell you activities for this special night and the most popular places for celebrating it in Malaga.
The Medieval Market of Estepona is the perfect place to spend an entertaining day enjoying the many stalls or some of the dishes offered. If you are in the area do not hesitate to visit it and enjoy a lively day visiting artisan stalls.
All the information about Malaga's museums and the main cultural attractions in the city. Find out the times, locations and days on which you can visit them for free. Want to learn more about our city?