Things to do in Málaga
Its white houses, steep alleys and the charm of its Moorish past make Frigiliana the most beautiful town in Málaga.
The Nerja Caves are the largest in Andalusia. Their interior hides unique treasures such as the longest stalactite in the world.
The Costa del Sol on the Mediterranean coast is a major tourist destination and enjoys over 325 days of sunshine a year.
Every August during the Málaga Fair the streets burst with colour and music while people drink cartojal wine from glasses hung around their necks.
Situated in the central Buenavista Palace, the Picasso Museum recently unveiled a new narrative discourse that allows you to discover, stage by stage, the artistic evolution of the Malaga-born genius.
With over forty years of history, this Benalmádena theme park offers its visitors a total of 40 attractions, as well as numerous concerts and fun events
The walled citadel of Mount Gibralfaro, built in the eleventh century, is as beautiful on the inside as it is solid and rocky on the outside. Just ask the Catholic Monarchs.
Málaga’s oldest theatre, which stands out for the spectacular canvas that adorns the ceiling of the seating area, is the home of the city’s film festival.
Jábega boats, spit-roasted sardines on the beach and the Virgen del Carmen maritime procession keep the true spirit of this eastern Málaga neighbourhood alive.
The coast of Málaga, popularly known as Costa del Sol, has beaches of all sorts for all tastes, from the most bustling beaches, such as La Malagueta, to secluded and quiet beaches, such as those in Nerja.