Category: Malaga travel guide

Travel guide to Malaga, Spain

Travel guide to Malaga, Spain

| October 24, 2013

There is nothing more relaxing than by going for a nice holiday with the people closest to your heart. Look for flights to Malaga and treat your loved ones to a fantastic holiday in this premiere destination in Spain. There are plenty of places to visit and breathtaking sights to witness in this beautiful travel spot. Read on below to know interesting and useful things about travelling to Malaga. Continue Reading

Malaga weather

Malaga weather

| October 20, 2013

If you are traveling to Malaga, Spain, you can enjoy yourself any time of the year, but you will have to decide what you want to do on vacation in order to decide on what time of year to travel there. Summers in Malaga are hot and dry, perfect beach weather. But the winters are mild, with snow a rarity, so if you want to escape the snowy north, it might be an ideal destination for a winter vacation. And the spring and fall have warm temperatures with only a little rain; most of the days in this region of Spain are sunny. Continue Reading

Malaga Airport

Malaga Airport

| October 12, 2013

The Malaga Airport knows how to process large numbers of visitors, and rightfully so. Most of the people who are arriving in Spain to visit the Costal del Sol region use the Malaga Airport.   Continue Reading

Malaga tourism

Malaga tourism

| December 24, 2011

Spain holidays are truly one of the best getaways one can have. The amazing places that one can visit here truly make this such an ideal destination for families and couples who want to unwind and relieve themselves of the stress brought by the daily grind. One of the places that you shouldn’t miss visiting is the city of Malaga. Feel free to read on below to know more about the tourism in the beautiful Malaga.

Founded by the Phoenicians, Malaga, situated 370 kilometers to the south of Alicante, is the second largest city of Andalusia. Apart for its architecture, it is also famous for its gastronomical delights and for its nightlife. It is the best bet for those who love fiestas and have an attraction for folklore.

Lovers of sports, especially golf, will have their hands full, playing their favorite games at the various golf courses found around this city. Not mentioning about Costa de sol would be a great injustice, because tourists from all over the world visit Malaga, just to see this beach. This city is also the birthplace of the famous artist, Pablo Picasso. Continue Reading