Things to do in Málaga
The walled compound of Gibralfaro Castle, situated next to the Alcazaba, offers spectacular views of Málaga and the Costa del Sol.
The Route of the White Villages includes a score of settlements inland from Málaga and Cádiz, each of them brimming with personality and beauty.
The Málaga Half Marathon and the Zurich Marathon Málaga are the two most important events in the capital of the Costa del Sol’s running calendar. Read on to find out more.
Situated in the city centre, Málaga’s Roman Theatre allows you to journey back to the reign of Augustus and enjoy its beauty and history. Discover all its secrets here.
This branch of the Parisian museum has been introducing people from all walks of life to modern art since 2015. Visit it in the heart of Málaga’s port!
Aqualand, Aquavelis and Aquamijas are the three major water parks in Málaga where you can pump up the adrenaline with heart-pounding slides and enjoy the fun wave pools.
The Cueva del Tesoro, in Rincón de la Victoria, is one of the most enjoyable excursions you can take from Málaga, and a spot of great geological interest.
Málaga’s Bullring is known as La Malagueta, and is one of the city’s icons, far transcending the world of bullfighting.
La Malagueta has become a compulsory stop on any visit to Málaga: the scent of salt on the breeze from the nearby beach, beautiful attractions and delicious places to eat. Would you like to find out more?
Every year, as spring begins, Málaga’s Holy Week fills the city with spiritual devotion, colour, the scent of flowers and incense, art and great celebration.