Things to Do in Málaga
There are so many amazing things to do in Málaga. The city is loaded with 320 days of sunshine every year, it has beautiful landscapes surrounded by sea and a very artsy culture.
Málaga is one of the best places to enjoy simple life’s greatest pleasures. Enjoy the well-known and very much loved Mediterranean vibes along with a glass of wine and cheerful music.
Step back in time at the Alcazaba of Málaga
The Moorish fortress dating back to the Muslim period. The fortress is located at the foot of the Gibralfar Hill and it’s surrounded by beautiful patios and pools. Close to the fortress can be found the ruins of the Roman Theatre.
Pablo Picasso’s House — Pablo Picasso was born in Málaga so this is a must. His first birthplace or Casa Natal is close to the city’s landmarks and it is open for visitors. You can see his early artwork but most importantly take a look at a great artists’ lifestyle.
There is also the Pablo Picasso Museum, situated in the heart of the Old Town. Here you can dive into his work’s progress from the late 19th century until his death in 1973.
Pompidou Center — see world-famous works by major artists such as Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Francis Bacon and more. The artworks are located in the famous El Cubo building.
Enjoy the fiesta at the Feria de Agosto
Among the many amazing things to do in Málaga is also the Feria de Agosto. On the 3rd week of August takes place the Feria de Agosto festival. The event commemorates the takeover of the city by the Catholic monarchs.
The streets are decorated with paper lanterns and lots of flowers. The atmosphere is also very “colorful”, besides dancing, there are performance booths for both children and adult performances.
There are music and dance stages but the most eye-catching ones are the verdiales ones. Verdiales is a flamenco music style and it is characteristic to the region.
Soak up the Sun
Playa de la Malagueta is close to the city so it comes very handy after a day of sightseeing. There are changing rooms on the beach and plenty of places to grab a bite.
Find a place along the palm trees and enjoy your time!
Costa del Sol
With more than 320 days of sun every year, Costa del Sol is one of Europe’s most famous places when it comes to going on a summer holiday.
Costa del Sol is 161 km long and it has more than 125 sandy beaches. The beaches have plenty of facilities as they are part of the world-renowned destination.
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