Things to do in Málaga for couples
Fairy-tale towns, paradise beaches and lunar landscapes are just some of the attractions that Málaga province offers tourists.
Standing like a watchtower on a promontory, the age-old city of Ronda, with its iconic Puente Nuevo bridge spanning the Tajo de Ronda gorge, has provided inspiration to countless writers and travellers since the nineteenth century.
This incredible landscape takes its Spanish name, meaning ‘Copper Wood’, from the colour that the mountain takes on in autumn with the fall of the chestnut leaves.
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.
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.
Peaceful health resorts, evocative Arab baths and innovative spas: Málaga province offers a wide range of water-based therapeutic treatments.
Strolling around Malaga is a pleasure and at Muelle Uno you will find an attractive shopping and dining area next to the sea where you can continue to enjoy this pleasant city.