Things to do in Málaga
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.
With a long and fascinating history, the square that bore witness to Picasso’s early years offers a varied range of cultural and culinary attractions.
Málaga has a wide range of commercial spaces that are suitable for all budgets and all tastes.
Housed in Málaga’s beautiful, old Tabacalera building, this museum offers visitors a chance to discover more about both art and history, with an exhibition of more than 90 cars from a variety of places and time periods.
Visible desde la propia capital malagueña por su cercanía, este parque natural ofrece, entre rutas de senderismo y antiguos pueblos mediterráneos, un viaje al pasado vinícola de la región.
Beach, mountains, culture, gastronomy… The Great Málaga Path is much more than just a haven for nature lovers. Find out why!
Fountains, statues, paths and nature coexist on 30,000 square metres of green inspiration. Discover the charms of Málaga Park!
Housed in a historic building with impressive architecture, Atarazanas market is Málaga’s main market where you’ll find an endless selection of enticing culinary delights.
Málaga has many original activities for families on holiday with children that go beyond a day at the beach.