In our previous post on 15 essential things to see in Malaga we talked about places not to be missed by focusing only on the city; however, in this post we want you to know more places outside the capital and we chose the following as some of the best options to visit:
Below we are going to explain 15 essential things to do in Malaga; we hope this summary guide about the best of Malaga might be helpful when planning your holidays on the Costa del Sol.
Further below we provide information on the upcoming fairs and conferences at the Trade Fair and Congress Centre of Malaga during November and December 2014.
The Caminito del Rey (The Kings Walkway) is a walkway constructed in Los Gaitanes Gorge located in El Chorro, Ardales, an excellent area for all kinds of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking trips, camping, fishing, a swim in the reservoir, a boat trip, a picnic, etc. The Caminito del Rey is famous for its […]Read more
The Spanish league of the First Divison BBVA started on August 23 and the results so far are a win against Atlethic Bilbao, a defeat against Valencia and two draws against the teams Levante and Español. FC Malaga is currently located in the middle of the rankings, position 11, with only 5 points. This result […]Read more
On Sunday September 21 takes place the traditional Pilgrimage of San Miguel, a pilgrimage of carts pulled by oxen and tractors to the area of pine forest of the municipality where the tour concludes. The pilgrims begin to gather at 9 am at different locations in Torremolinos and from 10 am onwards begins the pilgrimage. […]Read more