Malaga is the capital city of Costa del Sol, a splendid area in the marvellous Autonomous Region of Andalusia, the most southern of the Iberian Peninsula. Its 300 sunny days per year and the mild climate conditions make it the perfect holiday spot where to spend relaxing and fun times with your beloved ones.

Malaga is home to friendly people, welcoming hosts of one of Andalusia’s most precious and charming treasures. Since the quantity of what to see, to taste, to smell, to enjoy is incredibly vast, we have decided to lend you a hand and guide you throughout Malaga’s secrets. As you’ve got a friend in us, you’re now ready to travel to Malaga!


Running Events in Malaga 2019

Take notes of the most important running events in Malaga province and start looking for the best flights to enjoy the Costa del Sol while running. The Costa del Sol is the ideal destination for runners, who want to test their abilities in different marathons and running events. The area welcomes several possibilities to make the most of…


What to do and what to see in Marbella (Malaga)

Are you thinking about visiting the Costa del Sol? Do you want to know what to do and what to see in Marbella? Then keep reading! Belonging to West Costa del Sol, Marbella is Malaga province’s second most inhabited city. It is known to be one of the most popular and glamorous destinations in the…


What to do and what to see in Benalmádena (Malaga)

If you are looking for a place to go on holidays with the whole family, know that the Costa del Sol offers several towns that are worth a visit. In this post, we are providing you with useful information about what to do and what to see in Benalmádena. The municipality of Benalmádena, where almost-60,000…


Malaga Cathedral: tips on how to visit it

You can’t leave Malaga without visiting its Cathedral. Either because of the peculiar architecture or because of its beauty and symbolism, you will fall in love with Malaga Cathedral as soon as you enter its doors. Want to know why you should visit it? Then keep reading! Malaga Cathedral is the city’s most famous monument,…


14 Places to Have Breakfast in Malaga

To have breakfast in Malaga is one of the most authentic cuisine-related experiences you can have while on the Costa del Sol. Thanks to this list of the places where you should have at least one breakfast while visiting the capital city of the Costa del Sol, choosing where to have breakfast will be a…


Where to eat in Malaga during the Holy Week

If you’re dying to know the tradition of the Holy Week in Malaga, that’s the post that you’ve been waiting for. You’re going to read about some of the best places to eat in Malaga during the Holy Week (but not only). The best places to eat in Malaga during the Holy Week maintain their…


What to do in Torremolinos (Malaga)

Torremolinos is a town in Malaga province that, in the last few decades, has become one of the most favourite holiday places on the Costa del Sol. And that’s no surprise. Featuring high-quality beaches, a varied and tasty cuisine, and a rich offer of leisure activities, Torremolinos has converted into one of the most loved…


The 10 (+2) best Wineries in Malaga province

Are you a wine lover and you happen to be in Andalucia on holidays? Then take a look at 10 of the best Wineries in Malaga province. Despite being known mainly for the weather conditions and the landscapes, the province of Malaga also offers delicious cuisine and gastronomic tourism opportunities. In particular, there are 45…