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.
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.
This year Art Marbella fair will have 41 galleries with artists from different countries, Spain as well as Portugal, China, Canada, Sweden, Uruguay, United States, Austria, Argentina, Mexico, Slovakia and Switzerland. If you like art you may be interested in the details of this annual art event in Marbella.
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.
If you still don't know where to go on holiday you might find inspiration in this blog post. No matter if you plan your winter or summer vacation, some tourist destinations are popular all year round. Want to know more about where to go on vacation?
If you are planning to come to Malaga in June you can't miss this post. I'll tell you the 5 main reasons why it's a good idea, the weather, the clothes you should bring and also find activities that only take place during this month.
45 days of concerts in Marbella, as well as gastronomic and cultural activities. All this is presented to us by Starlite Festival, an annual event that takes place in the Auditorium located in the quarry of Nagüeles, an open-air space where you can enjoy the different activities and shows. Want to know more?
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.
Only a year ago it was relatively difficult to go to a green market, as this meant having to travel within the province, while the larger municipalities along the Costa del Sol lacked this offer. Well, we are pleased to inform you that this has changed, in no time, thanks to the excellent reception of this very healthy proposal and not necessarily more expensive as we tend to believe! Next we leave you the detailed list of ecological markets in the province of Malaga, so that you know when you can buy organic and fresh fruit and vegetables in your neighborhood.
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.