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.
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?
During the long summer months caressing the Costa del Sol, with long nights and warm sea breeze, life takes place in the street, where both locals and visitors enjoy their leisure time and have fun outdoors. An essential element of the nights in Malaga are the rooftop terraces. We give you some of the best proposals for a drink after work or to start the evening.
Are you into healthy habits? Then you might find interesting this article about benefits of the Mediterranean diet and the most popular dishes in Malaga. Cuisine in Malaga is based on natural ingredients, olive oil, fresh fish and seafood; having a dinner in a restaurant next to the beach and having after a walk by the shore at sunset, is one of those things that you can't put a price. Are you ready to enjoy your visit to Malaga?
The weekend of 5 to 7 April takes place Natura Malaga, an annual eco-fair where you can learn healthy and sustainable habits with lots of activities for the whole family. Among the many stands you will find all kinds of products and services. Visit our article for full details.
Complete guide for all our readers who are planning to experience Easter and the Holy Week of Malaga up close, move around town and see the processions, we supply useful information, images and videos about all the processions. Find schedules, weather forecast and special timetables of suburban trains during this week. In general, and to begin, although hiring a car in Malaga is perfect for exploring the province and moving around the coast, if you go to see the Holy Week in Malaga city, we strongly recommend you to leave the car and move by public transport.
If you want to enjoy an evening of classical music in Malaga, you can attend the concert by the Chamber Philharmonic of Cologne on 9 April. Visit our article if you want to know all the details.
As every year during March comes the celebration of San Patricio in Malaga, an event full of activities. Read everything about San Patricio, its history, which municipalities celebrate it and what activities they propose for this green dyed day.