Malaga Fair is a celebration that is taking place since the entry of the Catholic Kings on August 19, 1487 after the conquest of the city. This celebration has undergone some changes in its location since its beginning and can now be found at Cortijo de Torres fairgrounds after having been located in Pier Heredia and the Park of Malaga.
With an excellent climate all year round, Malaga significantly attracts tourists from all over the continent. It’s an ideal destination for those travellers looking for sun and beaches, attractions that are promoted with its leisure offer.
The beaches in Malaga are located in the very capital city. These beaches have all the equipment and communications that a visitor would desire. Along its 14 kms of coast, Malaga offers its holidaymakers a total of 16 beaches, of which, the most popular are: La Malagueta, La Misericordia, El Palo or Pedregalejo.
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.
Malaga is an ideal destination to enjoy its culture and the most recommendable starting point to set out on the best routes throughout the Costa del Sol.
Malaga has been positioned as the second most important city in Andalusia and is currently one of the most coveted destinations by the national and international tourism. It’s strategically situated between the sea and the mountains. Its excellent geographic location and its privileged climatology allow practically 300 days of sun a year.
The city of Malaga is located in the south of mainland Spain right on the Mediterranean coast. The coastal area around Malaga, the Costa del Sol, is rightly called “sun coast” because the climate here is very warm and sunny.
Malaga City Council has organized an extensive program of cultural activities for tourists visiting the city. These activities will take place in the days of greater influx of cruise passengers in various downtown locations. These enclaves are Plaza de Constitution, Alcazabilla Street and Plaza del Obispo.