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29th edition of the Malaga Theatre Festival

29th edition of the Malaga Theatre Festival

From the 12th of January to the 11th of February they will be celebrating the Malaga Theatre Festival with a fascinating programme that will most definitely win over all kinds of audiences with its magic. A total of 13 shows, 4 of which are never seen before productions, will be transforming Malaga into the biggest stage in Spain. more ...

The Best Malaga Beaches

The Best Malaga Beaches

Málaga is full of great beaches. With agreeably warm temperatures and bright sunshine which invites you to lie down in the sand and relax, it’s no surprise that the coast here is known as the Costa del Sol (“Coast of the Sun”). The beaches in Málaga are very varied: urban, isolated, with fine golden sand, rocky, nudist… meaning that everyone can easily find the beach that looks most like the beach of their dreams. more ...

15 Things to Do in Malaga

15 Things to Do in Malaga

Malaga. Sun, beach, tapas,…sun, beach…sun…tapas…Hmmmm…What else is there to do in Malaga. Well, there is a lot more to do in Malaga and not just the typical tourist activities. Just to show you here is our list of things to do in Malaga. Cultural activities, places to visit, restaurants, bars, monuments…these are just a few of our favourite places in Malaga. more ...

Picasso Walking Tour in Malaga

Picasso Walking Tour in Malaga

Malaga is famous, amongst many other things, for having brought one of the painting geniuses into the world, none other than Pablo Picasso. Following in the footsteps of its favourite child is a great way of discovering the charm of this Mediterranean city. more ...

Discovering Malaga by Bike

Discovering Malaga by Bike

With only a few days in Malaga and being a regular cyclist I thought a bicycle tour would be a great way to see the city and get some insider knowledge which is why I signed up for a tour with Malaga Bike Tours more ...

Visit the Caves of Nerja

Visit the Caves of Nerja

The village of Nerja, in Malaga, is famous for three things: its idyllic beaches, being the site of a well-known Spanish television series, and for its spectacular caves. Today, we want to travel to the centre of the Earth (more or less) and visit the Caves of Nerja, one of the main natural attractions of a village awash with white houses and the cries of seagulls, which smells of sea. more ...

El Torcal de Antequera; cinematic countryside

El Torcal de Antequera; cinematic countryside

El Torcal de Antequera is one of those places that seem to have been taken straight from a science fiction film or alien planet. Its capricious and surreal limestone rock formations make it the perfect place for those who wish to get in touch with nature or escape from the beach for a while during a holiday in Malaga. more ...

The Picasso Museum in Malaga

The Picasso Museum in Malaga

Pablo Picasso used to say that “everything which can be imagined is real”, something which is definitely in evidence in the Picasso Museum in Malaga. The Malagan artist always wanted his works to be exhibitied in his home city, but despite the fact that procedures began in 1953, the museum didn’t become reality until much after his death. more ...

Malaga Nightlife: Club and Bar Guide

Malaga Nightlife: Club and Bar Guide

Malaga and its people are cool. If you don’t believe me all you have to do is head into the city when the sun goes down. The streets and squares are filled with fashionable people making their way from one bar to another. And there is literally something for everyone whether it be a traditional style tavern to have a few beers or a classy nightclub to dance until the sun comes up. Join us as we take you on a tour of Malaga’s nightlife. more ...

Malaga Easter Processions 2017

Malaga Easter Processions 2017

Over five hundred years of tradition, enormous ornately decorated tronos weighing up to five tonnes, penitents wearing traditional robes, processions and an atmosphere very different to other Spanish Easter celebrations are what await visitors to Easter in Malaga. more ...

La Concepción: Malaga’s Historical Botanic Gardens

La Concepción: Malaga’s Historical Botanic Gardens

When we think of Malaga, the largest city on the Costa del Sol, long hot days spent on the beach soaking up the rays of the Andalusian sunshine, bullfighting, flamenco, tapas and a lively nightlife are what spring to mind. However stepping away from the steretypes there is a lot more to Malaga than meets the eye, for one it is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and home to many important historical monuments and many tourist attractions. However one of the most beautiful attractions to escape the the stereotypical Malga would have to be Malaga’s Botanic Gardens or as it is better known La Concepción Botanic Gardens more ...

Malaga v Borussia Dortmund: Champions League Quarter Final 2013

Malaga v Borussia Dortmund: Champions League Quarter Final 2013

Malaga will face Borussia-Dortmund in the first leg of the Champions League Quarter Final to be played in La Rosaleda on Wednesday 3rd of April 2013. Dortmund will start the match as favourites are playing some excellent football through the elimination rounds off the tournament while Malaga will be out to prove that their presence in the quarter finals is no fluke. more ...

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