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.
We share the experience of a blog reader who spent a weekend in Malaga at a very good price. Do you want to know everything she could do for only 25 euros? Don't miss our article and find out how cheap is to enjoy life!
Would you like a weekend enjoying the gastronomy and culture of different countries in Torremolinos? If the answer is yes, you should not miss the International Day of the Foreign Resident that takes place at Plaza de La Nogalera next weekend. I tell you everything you need to know about this event.
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.
The Andalucia Day on the 28th of February is always full of activities and cultural events in Malaga. Are you interested in finding out more about this day and the different events taking place in the province? From a souk in the at Pier One, to traditional dances and Andalusian products in Torremolinos or a gastronomic event in Manilva. We are sure that some of the activities that take place this day will be of your interest.
Holidays with kids is quite an adventure, but even more so for them. Ideally, plan your vacation with their needs in mind. In Malaga you will find funny hotels for children both in summer and winter, some even have a zoo or water parks that the whole family can enjoy. Would you like to read about the best family friendly hotels in Malaga?
The Rockin Race Jamboree celebrates this year a new edition, with many leading figures of the genre, being a must for thousands of lovers of this type of music from around the world. During the event there will also be a retro market of the 50's with vinyl records, clothing and other accessories.
Discover the best viewpoints in Malaga with our guide and enjoy the breath-taking views of the Costa del Sol and its natural surroundings. Ideal places from where you can take spectacular photographs of Malaga such as those shown here. Would you like to?
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?