Everything you need to know about tourism in Malaga to make the most of your visit. Choose the plan that suits you the best.

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!

The best nudist beaches in Malaga

The nudist beaches in Malaga are appealing for all those who travel to the Costa del Sol to spend their naturist holidays. Discover them with Ruralidays. Lots of tourists that choose the Costa del Sol to spend their holidays look for an idyllic place to relax. Among them, those who want to rejoice in the…

Picasso Museum in Malaga

In the Picasso Museum in Malaga, you can fully appreciate this Malaga-born artist’s enormous legacy. Discover all the necessary info. The Picasso Museum in Malaga allows its visitors to value the decisive importance of the Malaga painter in the contemporary art world. Picasso, the creator, the irreverent, he who always reinvent himself, deserves this marvellous…

Malaga – Maria Zambrano Train Station

The Malaga – Maria Zambrano Train Station is another way for the city to be connected  with the rest of Spain. Discover its characteristics. The Malaga train station is Andalucia’s second train station for the number of passengers, after that of Seville.  The original station was inaugurated in 1862 by Queen Isabel II, under the…

What to visit in Ardales (Malaga)

Fall in love with Ardales, its closeness to the Caminito del Rey and its famous Cave. Ruralidays offers you all the info for you to enjoy the best getaway Ardales is located at the crossroads of three regions of Malaga: the region of Antequera, the region of Ronda and the Guadalhorce Valley. Being a transition…

What to do in Torrox (Malaga)

If you’re looking for a getaway, Torrox is the best choice: its fairs, beaches and monuments will make you discover the authentic Andalusian culture. Go for it! Torrox belongs to the region of the Axarquía. The mild climate conditions and the warm welcome you will receive, make this place an exceptional holiday destination, so much…

What to see and What to do in Guaro - View of the town

What to see in Guaro

Guaro is one of the most charming white towns in Malaga. Keep reading to discover what to see in Guaro and make the most of your getaway. This precious town, characterised by whitewashed streets and picturesque houses, is located on the Route of the White Villages of Andalucia, which includes several of the towns in…

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…

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…

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

Fuengirola is one of the most demanded holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol. Discover its festivals, monuments and beaches and discover its beauties. With its 8-km seashore, Fuengirola owns the longest stretch of beaches in the province of Malaga. This attracts a high number of tourists each year, which brings to the multiplication of…

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…