The procession of the Three Kings is a mainly Spanish tradition. The first parade which is recorded took place in 1876 in Alicante and thanks to its success it was expanding rapidly to other cities. In 1917 took place the first Parade in Andalusia and today is a typical established tradition throughout the province.
Another new year comes, time flies! While in most European countries the sun gradually gives way to clouds, rain and the earliest snow, in Malaga the sun still shines brightly in a blue sky. Do you want to know how we celebrate New Year's Eve in Malaga and Spain?
This year the Christmas lights in Malaga will be switched on the 30th in November, will you miss it? The lighting decoration and switching date change every year, in past events they used up to 600.000 led lights in Larios street, the most centric and popular street in Malaga, nevertheless this city is one of the best places to enjoy the lighting in the world.
On October 31 arrives the terrifying night of Halloween at our city. Do you have any plan? Malaga is ready and features events in which you can already register. If you have not yet decided what to do, we offer interesting activities for both adults and children. We hope you survive, we wouldn´t want to run out of readers..
The popular Fuengirola Fair begins on the night of October 6th. You can find out all the details about these days, the Fair programme and the live concerts that will take place in the auditorium in 2018 throughout the week.
All you need to know about the Bicycle Day in Malaga and the European Mobility Week. A week that aims to raise the consciousness about the use of alternative means of transport.
Everything you need to know about the leisure and refreshing activities on Malaga's beaches. From renting a hydro-pedal and its price to the always popular jet skis without forgetting other new activities that could be of your interest.
The next June 23, thousands of people of all ages will celebrate along the coast of Malaga 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.
In this holiday season, nothing better than sharing a day with family and friends. Bioparc Fuengirola is a place where people of all ages and especially families can enjoy nature in a unique environment. The Bioparc Fuengirola is a zoo located in the city of Fuengirola in Malaga, dedicated entirely to the conservation of tropical species adapted to the forest environment. It is a different concept of zoo, a park where animals live in a recreation of their natural habitat.
With the aim of making known the customs, folklore and gastronomy, as well as the culture, history and tourist attractions of the inhabitants of this multicultural city, the Peoples' Fair project was launched in 1994. In recent years it has become one of the most important events, at regional, national and even international level. It takes place in the fairgrounds of Fuengirola and every year many countries participate, offering part of their culture and gastronomy.