Malaga, Spain’s beautiful port city which is also a part of Spain’s Costa del Sol makes a good holidaying destination with many attractions and amazing holiday villas in Malaga to enjoy holidaying with family and friends. One of the beautiful destination to visit in Malaga to admire the amazing natural flora beauty of Malaga is the Montes de Malaga Natural Park, located 35 kilometres towards the North of Malaga’s main city centre. The Montes de Malaga Natural Park is also known as Montes Natural Park by locals and tourists of Malaga, Spain. Montes de Malaga Natural Park is a verdurous landscape spread for about 5000 hectares in Malaga and marks itself as one of the best place for adventure lovers in Malaga for hiking, cycling and mountain biking in maintained trails with proper guidance and safety measures. You can also find good restaurants, cafés and ecomuseum in Montes de Malaga Natural Park to make your visit worth and interesting during your holidaying in Malaga.
Malaga, the beautiful port city of Spain welcome tourists from various parts throughout the year with the amazing attractions and holiday villas it possess. One of the pleasant and wholesome destination where you can visit and enjoy your holidays(if you wish to!) when you’re in Malaga is the popular Torremolinos, a former fishing village of amazing Costa del Sol(Malaga is also a part of Costa del Sol as well!). You can find the Torremolinos village by travelling 12 kilometres towards south-coastline of Malaga, a scenic village near Malaga bay which looks fresh & warmth for most of the days of the year. The best tourists’ attractions you can find in Torremolinos is the La Carihuela and El Bajondillo beaches, seafront cafés, bars, restaurants, chapels and holiday villas with beachfront views and splendid services. When you’re in Malaga, you can definitely visit Torremolinos (or) else you can even plan for a two days trip to stay and enjoy, being in this amazing village near Malaga.
Malaga, the beautiful coastal town in Spain which is also a part of Costa del Sol offers best holidaying experience to people who visits it, by the presence of attractions and amazing holiday resorts & villas in Malaga with utmost hospitality. One of the historical and beautiful destination to visit in Malaga is the Molino de Inca Botanical Garden located in Torremolinos, a main tourist destination in south-west coastline of Malaga and 16 kilometres away from Malaga’s city centre. You’ll definitely feel your visit ‘worthy’, when you walk around the Molino de Inca Botanical Garden in Malaga which is filled with vast variety of flora that are both terrestrial and aquatic(in ponds) and can also spot variety of birds such as parrots, falcons and many birds housed in cages & thus, locals of Malaga call it also as “Little ‘Oasis’ Paradise”. You can find a old flour mill which belongs to 15th century and makes the Molino de Inca Botanical Garden in Malaga more picturesque. One beautiful addition you shall not miss is the Zen inspired Japanese water garden(collection of Bonsai trees) in the Molino de Inca Botanical Garden in Malaga.
Malaga, the beautiful coastal area in Spain which is also a part of popular ‘Costa del Sol’ welcome thousands of tourists/travelers with beautiful attractions present in Malaga. One of the interesting destination which is ancient, antique, historical and beautiful in Malaga, Spain is the popular Nerja Caves located nearly 60 kilometres away from Malaga’s main city centre in the east coastal line. Nerja Caves in Malaga is one amazing possession of Malaga, which proves the ‘power of nature’ by the series of huge caves which stretch for nearly 5 kilometres with nigh columns. There are many paintings, mysterious structures found inside Nerja Caves, when it was found during the year 1959. According to archeological sources, the paintings at Nerja Caves of Malaga is nearly 42,000 years old. Nerja Caves in Malaga is definitely a good place to visit with family, friends and especially kids, when you’re holidaying in Malaga.
Malaga, the spectacular port city of Spain which is also a part of popular Costa del Sol receives thousands of tourists to enjoy beautiful holidaying with the attractions and the amazing holiday villas in Malaga. One of the beautiful museum set in old house that belongs to 1700s and can be definitely visited when you’re in Malaga is the Museo del Vidrio, located in the heart of Malaga’s main city. You can look at precious and antique collections of glasswares, Venetian objects, English lead glass like jugs, wine cups which have been preserved for more than and in-between these 1000 years from different civilizations. You can a spot a Roman glass bowl which is nearly 2000 years old in Museo del Vidrio of Malaga. The house in which ‘Museo del Vidrio’ is set itself an antique house with beautiful medieval architectures and amazing interiors. You may not be an visitor of Museum before, but when you’re in Malaga you got to visit the beautiful Malaga museums to experience the exact essence of this beautiful port city of Spain-Malaga.
Malaga, the incredibly beautiful port city of Spain which is also a part of Andalusia region welcome tourists from various parts throughout the year. People flock to Malaga because of the beautiful attractions and the amazing holiday villas in Malaga with full-fledged services and picturesque views. One of the beautiful square to visit in Malaga on a good evening time is the Plaza de la Merced. You can reach the Plaza de la Merced by traveling just 2 kilometres, following the navigations from main city centre of Malaga. According to history, the Plaza de la Merced have been under use and open to the public since Malaga’s Roman era in olden times and still it continues to be. You can find Monumento a Torrijos (Monument to Torrijos) in the centre and a Picasso statue and ‘Pablo Picasso museum'(Casa natal de Picasso) with his artworks at number 15 of the plaza, which was the birthplace of the great Spanish Artist ‘Pablo Picasso’. Do visit Plaza de la Merced and enjoy the liveliness of Malaga.
Malaga, the beautiful port city of Spain which is also a part of Spain’s Costa del Sol welcome numerous tourists from different parts across the world throughout the year. One of the beautiful and historic chapel you can visit in Malaga is the popular Cathedral of Málaga, a 18th century Roman Catholic located in the heart of main Malaga city. You can reach the Cathedral of Málaga(Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga) by traveling just 3 kilometres from the main city centre of Malaga. The Cathedral of Málaga represents the renaissance architecture and the Moorish walls of the chapel are found surrounding near the Castle of Gibralfaro in Malaga. The Cathedral of Málaga looks so majestic in both interior and exterior with rectangular structure, a high nave & two aisles and also impressive sculptures, wall paintings. You can also find lots of shops, cafés, restaurants nearby the Cathedral of Málaga and a popular spot to feel the essence of Malaga completely. Since, it’s nearby the main Malaga city you can easily visit and start your holidaying in Malaga by visiting ‘Cathedral of Málaga’.
Malaga, the beautiful port city located in Spain’s Costa del Sol region is one of the popular holiday city in southern-part of Spain with beautiful destinations and spectacular holiday villas with round the clock services. Malaga have many picturesque destinations that depicts the cultural history and tradition of Malaga city and one easy way to experience it is: visiting the colorful Soho street/region where you can find huge wall paintings on the streets which have merged along with soul of the city. You can reach the Soho street by moving just 2 kilometres from Malaga’s main city centre and you can easily identify it by the look and appearance definitely. Soho street is popular called as ‘the art district’ in Malaga, where the walls, stories, of the building and even the roads are painted beautifully by street artists. In between these colors of the Soho street in Malaga you can also spot the gift shops, cafés, multi-cuisine restaurants, bars to sit back, dine, drink and enjoy your colorful moment in Malaga. Do click many pictures in this beautiful street of colors, as this is such an simple but iconic destination in Malaga.
Malaga, the popular destination of Spain’s Costa del Sol is one of the best holidaying destination in Spain with lots of attractions. Malaga offers an beautiful and happy-filled holidaying experience to people who visit it, because of the amazing attractions and the holiday resorts & holiday villas in Malaga with utmost hospitality and friendly guidance by the locals of Malaga. Malaga have many beautiful beaches and one such beautiful beach to visit in Malaga is the Playa Penon del Cuervo(Playa Peñón del Cuervo) located just 10 kilometres away from Malaga’s main city centre. The beach is famous for the alluring rock formations in varying sizes near the coastline and that’s how Playa Peñón del Cuervo got the name where ‘Peñon’ in Spanish means ‘rock’. The palm trees bordering the beach and the sandy beach make the views more dramatic in Playa Peñón del Cuervo beach. You can find beach parties, musical concerts & events and BBQ parties being organized here regularly and you shall seek the help of locals to enroll yourself ‘in’. With shallow waters, limited crowd & space Playa Peñón del Cuervo in Malaga is one of the well-suitable beach for ‘family day out’ during your holidaying in Malaga.
Malaga-a beautiful coastal region in Spain, being the part of popular Costa del Sol welcome thousands of tourists/travelers from various nations and especially from the United Kingdom and Europe. To be precise, Malaga is one of the favorite holidaying destination for the people of United Kingdom and Europe because of the amazing attractions and the perfect holiday villas in Malaga with full-fledged services and extra-ordinary hospitality. One of the beautiful place to relax and inhale the fresh Malaga air surrounded by the lush green ambience in the heart of Malaga city is the popular Parque de Málaga park (a.k.a) Malaga Park. You can reach the Malaga Park from Malaga’s main city centre by traveling just 3 kilometres following the sign boards easily. You can find many sub-tropical plants showcasing the ‘power of nature’ and beautiful fountains, statues and few notable buildings with rich history associated with Malaga. You can walk around the park and observe it’s beauty and spend some good time with your family, kids and friends in noise-free, pollution-free urban park. Malaga Park was opened during the year 1897 and it’s 124 years old by 2021. Parque de Málaga park (a.k.a) Malaga Park is definitely an worthy visit during your holidaying in Malaga.