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 10th in August. Want to know the best places to enjoy the fireworks of the Malaga Fair?
Mijas, with a strong muslim past, is a beautiful tourist destination during all the year that has ended up being the source of undead infection in August 2018. Want to know what is behind this infection and how to avoid being a zombie? Then you can't miss this article.
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.
Around the year 200, when the Romans dominated Europe, travelling from Londinium (London) to Malaca (Malaga) took approximately 24 days over 3455 kilometres during the month of August. It was a very long journey mostly by sea bordering the coasts of France and Portugal. Want to know more about this adventure?
Would you like to attend an entertainment festival? Gamepolis in Malaga brings us the latest news about video-games. There will be tournaments, conferences, live performances and even cosplay competitions with different prizes. Read more about this event, which will happen this weekend at the Trade Fair and Congress Center.
The Teatro Cervantes stands out for the diversity of activities it hosts without rejecting any kind of current trend. It is a unique space that has survived even a fire in the late nineteenth century. Come and learn all the details of this historic place in the old town of Malaga.
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.
Discover the next International Festival Flamenco Ciudad de Malaga where many artists and representative figures of this field meet. I'm also going to tell you about the possible new Guinness record for flamenco flashmob in Malaga city centre.
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.
The transport companies adapt every summer to the increase in tourists. The bus from Malaga airport to Almuñecar is one of those that see its lines increase from 1 to 3 daily departures. Also included are stops at other important destinations on the eastern Costa del Sol such as Nerja, La Herradura or Rincón de la Victoria among others that I will detail below.