Whichever destination we travel to, there are always places not to be missed. In this article I bring you what in my opinion are the 10 best places you should visit in Malaga. I know there are those who come to sunbathe or spend a weekend, so I have tried to make an affordable list for all audiences, but MANDATORY for those who have never visited any of these places.
The Perotas Soups Day is one of the events marked in the culinary and cultural calendar of the province of Malaga that you should not miss. It takes place during the first weekend of October and in addition to the typical soup of the municipality there are many activities. Want to know more?
Music is the perfect excuse to visit some of the most picturesque villages in Andalucia. The Pueblos Blancos Music Festival arrives in Ronda, Montejaque, Grazalema and Villaluenga del Rosario with international artists. A long and magical weekend that will begin on a Thursday and end on Sunday during the month of September. The perfect opportunity to say goodbye to the summer while enjoying good music and getting to know these beautiful rural environments full of history, culture and surrounded by nature. The stages for the concerts have been carefully selected, continue reading to know more about this annual event.
All you need to know about the Luna Mora festival in Guaro in September. This is a very recommended event to assist for meeting with the andalusian culture and some typical gastronomy. Visit us to know where is it and how to get there.
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.
Malaga and the Costa del Sol have always been synonymous with beach and good weather, but there is much more. The villages and regions that make up the province of Malaga offer an interesting offer for restless tourists, who are not satisfied with just being on vacation but want to make the most of their holidays. Do you want to know more about Malaga villages and regions?
The cold season is gone, now we can see the increase in temperatures as February approaches. It is late January and early February when we find the first signs of spring in Malaga. One of the first signs that let us know of the imminent arrival of spring is the Almond Blossom.
Are you visiting Malaga in November? Then you may be interested in discovering the main festivities and fairs of Malaga during this month. Events in Malaga in November In the province there are activities all year round, we will recommend Malaga’s festivals and fairs in November: Toston Festival in Ojen, Marbella This traditional celebration takes … Continue reading Festivals and fairs in Malaga in November
October in Malaga brings us a large number of fairs and festivals. The province has much more to offer beyond the summer months, as we proved with the recommended activities in September. Join us to discover what you can do during October in Malaga.