Have you ever thought about going on holiday in a campervan or a motorhome? If you never thought about it, I hope I can tempt you; having one offers endless possibilities to make your holiday memorable. I'll give you information on what you need to know and places to camp under the stars. Are you up for it?
We are already at the end of August, while many of you are returning to the routine of work or planning to, others are packing up to begin their vacation in Malaga in September. Many tourists prefer September over August to spend their vacations. Towards the end of August there is already a drop in the number of towels on the beach, a clear indicator of the ending of the high season.
What is the weather like in Malaga in August? Should you wear warm clothing when going out at night? Is it raining or cloudy? Many more questions will come in your mind as your plan your vacation. I will try to answer all the thoughts you might have about weather and visiting Malaga in summer.
Everything you need to know if you plan to visit Malaga during the month of July. Going to the beach, shopping or enjoying outdoor activities. I will tell you the clothes you will need, about the weather and if it is a good idea to go to the beach during this month.
I hope that once again I can awaken your curiosity about the past and the origin of our city; this time I am going to tell you the history of the Romans in Malaga and about some of the monuments and remains that have survived until today. Malaga is a city with an ancient culture and history, would you like to learn about its past?
When can you go to the beach or the countryside in Malaga? I answer this and many other questions in this basic guide for planning your next vacation or trip. Find out the times for activities and when are the dates of the different phases in Malaga.
The history of Malaga goes back a long way. In this article I hope to arouse your curiosity to know the origin of Malaga. The birth of a city that cannot be understood without the sum of diverse cultures and civilizations, but everything began in a very concrete period, with the arrival of the Phoenicians to our coasts and the beginning of the commercial routes.
March is the transition month, a transition between winter and spring. Although officially the spring begins on March 20, Malaga is usually ahead and at the beginning of the month you can experience a major change in temperature. Among the questions are if we can bathe on the beach or the water is still cold, what clothes to bring, if it rains and if it cools during the night. We are going to review Malaga in March so you can start making a planning your trip.
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.
27 to 29 MArch 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.