Malaga fair 2013

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.

The main activities of the fair every year are the fairground attractions and booths of all kinds and for all tastes; there are spots where to eat some typical dishes of the city or dance while enjoying a drink. Visitors can choose among the night fair and the day fair which is taking place in the streets of the city centre. This year 2013 is more popular the first mentioned, as the Disco Booths have been allowed to open from 5 pm onwards; thus is not necessary anymore heading from the city centre of Malaga to the fairgrounds for those who like to combine both, although if this is your
first time we recommend visiting the city centre of Malaga and enjoy it´s special decoration.

During the fair in the city centre we can meet all sorts of people and of any nationality drinking, dancing and enjoying these days in any of the various establishments.

Agglomerations are common and the characteristic heat of August invites to cool down. We recommend getting dressed in light clothes if you plan to enjoy the Fair during the day in Larios street or Plaza de la Constitucion, both highlights of the Malaga Fair.

During these days are launched various special bus services from Benalmadena Costa to the fair and we know that many of our visitors choose the Costa del Sol as holiday destination.


"We hope you enjoy our Malaga car hire tips, road routes and recommended tours from Malaga within the Costa del Sol. is not a broker service, we manage our own fleet of cars, one of the reasons we can offer the cheapest prices for car rental in Malaga; if you are planning a visit check our prices and our travel guides."
View all posts by .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.