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.
Thousands of tourists enjoy their holidays on the Costa del Sol, where apart from on the beaches they can also have great fun in the water parks or visiting natural environments. Using a vehicle is a must when we want to get the most from our visit, so for this we recommend to check our prices and book early, take advantage of our online reservation without credit card nor cancellation fees. Continue reading to know some of our recommended things to do in Malaga.
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.
September and October on the Costa del Sol are some of the best months of the year that the popular coast in the south of Spain has to offer. While autumn is slowly arriving in much of Europe, the southern coast of Spain around Malaga still boasts a fantastic weather. Check our deals on car hire Malaga and continue reading…
Two tourists lost in Calle Molina Lario Street, map in hand, looking for the name plate of the street. This is one of the typical scenes that we see on the streets in Malaga sometime. This will not happen to you if you have a good travel plan, but how to make a perfect travel […]
Every year millions of tourists visit Andalusia and one of the main holiday destinations is the Costa del Sol in Malaga province. With a length of more than 160 kilometres this southernmost Spanish coastline has everything to offer that holiday-makers are looking for.