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The Spaniards have frozen their budget for travelling this year, although the majority don’t renounce to their summer trip that’s usually to a coastal destination, mainly national, and that usually lasts between a week and a fortnight, according to a research called Travelling Habits of the Spaniards, elaborated by a well-known travel website. The Costa del Sol leads the favourite destinations.
The Spanish city of Malaga, well characterized for its historical monuments and for being one of the oldest cities in Europe, stands out for its comprehensive proposal for artistic, cultural and recreational activities that appeal to international visitors. … read more
Although Spain is a perfect destination for Easter for the double attractive offer of beautiful landscapes to enjoy beaches and relaxation, it is also a land of traditions to live the spirit of this week with the colour and tradition of centuries. … read more
The Costa del Sol is not what it used to be. If only a decade ago, the airport of reference of this beautiful Andalusian region, Malaga airport, brought central European tourists anxious to spend a month, a fortnight or a week doing nothing more than spending their days sunbathing and enjoying the cold beers, Gazpachos and fried fish, today, this holiday destination has become a place that attracts other travellers: those that seek more than sun and beaches, and for those we have special offers on car hire Malaga, check our quote now or after reading this interesting article about Malaga and the Costa del Sol. … read more
As the days grow longer and the sun is shining warm from a bright blue sky, Malaga province shows its best side. This time of the year is great to visit some of the routes of this region, enjoying the blooming countryside and the pleasant temperatures. For example the Route of sun and wine on the eastern Costa del Sol (Axarquia), where the visitor can combine the best of the coast and inland; small coves and farmhouses where are dried grapes to make the best sweet wines. This road route in Malaga is made up the municipalities of Algarrobo, Sayalonga, Competa, Canillas de Albaida, Torrox, Nerja and Frigiliana. … read more
The Department of Beaches of Fuengirola Town Hall has announced that the beaches of Fuengirola obtained the highest health status of bathing waters by the Spanish Ministry of Health. This rating refers to the bathing water of the seven beaches … … read more
The cold does not come to all of Spain; some privileged cities manage to escape the scourge of winter. One of them is Malaga, situated on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in southern Spain; a popular tourist destination combining sun and beach with cultural and historic sites. Continue reading to know more about Malaga and some of the recommendations from Malagacar.co.uk … read more