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What to see and What to do in Competa (Malaga)

If you’re thinking about visiting the region of Axarquía, you shouldn’t miss out on Competa. Discover with Ruralidays what to do in Competa during your getaway. The province of Malaga is renowned, besides the beaches and favourable weather conditions, because of the quaint White Towns that are spread on its hills. Among them, the lovely…

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Top Romantic Spots in Malaga

Spend the best Valentine’s Day of your life by travelling to the Costa del Sol and discover all the most romantic spots in Malaga Although visiting Malaga is always a good idea, regardless of the season, doing so for Saint Valentine’s Day allows you to discover the city enveloped by the most romantic atmosphere. You…

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What to do and what to see in Orgiva (Granada)

If you’re asking yourself what to do and what to see in Orgiva, you should keep reading this post, and this relatively small town in the Alpujarras of Granada won’t be a mystery anymore. Orgiva is set at the feet of the Sierra de Lújar and the National Park of Sierra Nevada, in the Valley…

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

If you are travelling in the western Costa del Sol, you should stop by the coastal city of Fuengirola. To make the most of your visit, take a look at what to do and what to see in Fuengirola. With its 8-km seashore, Fuengirola owns the longest stretch of beaches in the province of Malaga.…

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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…

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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…

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Public Holidays in Spain and Andalucia – Calendar 2019

Take a look at the calendar of the 2019 public holidays in Spain and Andalucia, and scroll down to get more information about every holiday date Spain has 14 official holidays per year, 11 of which are celebrated nationwide. One more day is added as every Autonomous Region celebrates its Day and two more days when the…

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Where to See Flamenco in Granada

Are you in Granada, and you want to live an authentic experience? You should head to the tablaos Flamenco in Granada and fall in love with the cradle of this art. The Flamenco in Granada is defined by a centuries-old history and an undeniable tradition, so much that it even has its own name: the…

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Why Should You Travel to Andalucia in Winter?

Everyone knows that Andalucia is a paradise for sun-seekers and most people think that this Spanish region gives its best in summer. However, you should consider travelling to Andalucia in winter. You will be easily surprised by how many things you can do and enjoy in the south of Spain from November to March. Ready…

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