What to see in Carretera de Cádiz
Every August during the Málaga Fair the streets burst with colour and music while people drink cartojal wine from glasses hung around their necks.
If you want to know where to eat in Málaga, the answer is simple: there are restaurants here to suit all tastes, and all price-ranges.
Peaceful health resorts, evocative Arab baths and innovative spas: Málaga province offers a wide range of water-based therapeutic treatments.
The marina of the capital of the Costa del Sol boasts thousands of years of history and is these days home to cultural centres as well as varied gastronomy.
Málaga Centre of Contemporary Art (CAC) is an exhibition centre that displays every type of visual and plastic art.
The exhibitions at the Russian Museum of St Petersburg in Málaga are a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the artistic world of the country of the tsars.
Going out for tapas in Málaga is an extremely entertaining way of discovering the city itself and, even better, sampling its cuisine in a very affordable manner.
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.