Malaga, the extra-ordinary port city of Spain’s Costa del Sol is a vibrant holidaying destination with attractions and amenities that welcomes tourists from different parts of world, throughout the year. One of the ‘perfect’ urban beach to visit and enjoy in Malaga is Playa Arroyo de la Miel(Arroyo de la Miel beach), a public beach which is located 25 kilometre away and south-coastal to the main city centre of Malaga. Arroyo de la Miel beach, also known as “Los Melilleros” is moderate-sized beach which is popular, active and moderate-crowd due to it’s ‘urban level of development’ it possess, as well as the good tourists’ facilities near by. With a good stretch of white sandy shore touched by turquoise crystalline waters, Arroyo de la Miel beach is good beach which is spacious enough to hold sunbeds and umbrellas of visitors who visits and definitely a family-friendly beach and never gets overcrowded. There are a lot of beach bars and seafront restaurants lining at the promenade of Arroyo de la Miel beach in Malaga and numerous shops to rent umbrellas and sunbeds for the comfort of visitors. You can enjoy a lot of swimming and water sport activities at Arroyo de la Miel beach and don’t leave the beach before watching the sunsets; Sunsets at Arroyo de la Miel beach is one of the beautiful most sunset you shall encounter in Malaga.
Malaga, a spectacular coastal town in Spain which is also a part of Spain’s popular Costa del Sol make sure that you and your family/friends enjoy a splendid holidaying, by the presence of amazing attractions and holiday villas in Malaga with round the clock services and picturesque views. One of the traditional, cultural and folkloric musical style of Spain is ‘Flamenco’ and ‘Flamenco shows’ are done by the inclusion of vocals, guitar, clapping, castanets and cajón flamenco together and the Flamenco artists dancing in traditional attire, showcasing Spanish’s rich cultural heritage. When you’re in Malaga you can watch a stellar ‘Flamenco show’ at Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco, a popular Flamenco theatre which is located just 2.5 kilometre away from Malaga’s city centre. Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco is one of the most famous cultural centre in Malaga that brings the audiecne the beautiful performances about Spanish history and culture through ‘Flamenco’ performances. If you’re interested about watching ‘live performances’ in a theatre, then you shouldn’t miss visiting Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco in Malaga and you can check about the shows, availability and prices in their official website https://www.kelipe.net/.
Malaga, Spain’s coastal town in Spain is a part of Spain’s most popular Costa del Sol which offers best holidaying experience to tourists, by the bunch of attractions to visit and enjoy them, along with family/friends. You can find holiday villas, beachfront villas in Malaga which provide round the clock services, utmost hospitality and safeguards privacy and they’re set in a picturesque ambience to enjoy your ‘Malaga holidays’ to the fullest. Spanish Tapas bars and cuisines are loved across the world and when you’re in Malaga, one of the best place to experience the authentic taste in a old-fashioned ambience is Antigua Casa de Guardia, a old tavern and iconic bar with barrels established during 1840 in Malaga city and runs till date as ‘one of the favorite bar’ for both locals and tourists of Malaga. From Malaga’s main city you can reach Antigua Casa de Guardia by travelling 2 kilometre, following the directions. With the presence of barrels, the ambience filled with dense yeasty fruity aroma, waiters using chalk to write bills, and the availability of authentic and wide variety of rich, sweet and dry wines, vermouths and sherries served along with plates of prawns, olives make people to feel ‘Spanish authenticity’ and love Antigua Casa de Guardia of Malaga, the most bar and old-fashioned tavern of Malaga from 19th century to be definitely visited to dine and enjoy, while holidaying in Malaga.
Malaga, the beautiful coastal town in Spain and also a part of popular Costa del Sol offers exciting holidaying experience to tourists, by the bunch of attractions to visit and the great course of holiday villas, beachfront villas in Malaga with utmost hospitality, full-fledged services and safeguards privacy during your entire holidays in Malaga. One of the beautiful landscaped urban park in Malaga to visit and spend leisure time, while holidaying in Malaga is Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso(Pedro Luis Alonso Garden) which is located less than 1 kilometre away from Malaga’s main city centre. Pedro Luis Alonso Garden was opened during the year 1948 in Malaga and it beautifully combines French, Hispanic, Mediterranean and Moorish designs in the appearance and everything of this park in Malaga. With many beautiful flowering plants and rare plants that depicts botanical species (i.e.) rich floral values of Malaga together forms amazing gardens to stand and admire, when you visit Pedro Luis Alonso Garden in Malaga. Being located on the foot hills of Alcazar, Pedro Luis Alonso Garden in Malaga is such a pleasant park with amazing backdrop to sit back, relax and spend time with family/friends, while holidaying in Malaga.
One of the popular sandy bay with urban-level developments in Malaga to visit and enjoy while holidaying in Malaga is Playa Pedregalejo(Pedregalejo beach), a small & beautiful beach backed by series of palm trees and numerous restaurants, beach bars & best seafood restaurants, cafés at the promenade. From Malaga’s main city centre you shall reach Pedregalejo beach by travelling 4 kilometre towards east, following the directions. Though small, Pedregalejo beach have waters with good swimming conditions and due to it’s urban ambience, the beach gets crowded easily. Pedregalejo beach is loved and most visited for the lively atmosphere and amazing seafront restaurants which serve best Spanish & Costa del Sol style of cuisines, and best seafood it possess. You can also find amazing holiday villas in Malaga, hotels near Pedregalejo beach, despite of being a small sandy bay. If you want a beach day with urban ambience and lively Spanish bars & restaurants, then you shall definitely visit Pedregalejo beach in Malaga. Spain’s amazing coastal town, the Malaga offers exciting holidaying experience to tourists, by great course of holiday villas, beachfront villas in Malaga with utmost hospitality, full-fledged services and safeguards privacy during your entire holidays in Malaga.
If you’re looking for a beach to access easily and also being surrounded by good level of tourists amenities, when you’re holidaying in Malaga then you shall visit Playa de Huelin(Huelin beach) of Malaga. From Malaga’s main city centre you shall reach Huelin beach by travelling 4.5 kilometre in south-west direction over Malaga’s coastline, following the directions. With shallow, crystalline waters the Huelin beach of Malaga is beautiful, calm beach with coarse dark sand shore and the promenade of Huelin beach is filled with leisure zones, play areas and parks for families and for people to enjoy their ‘beach day’ in Malaga. Interestingly, Huelin beach experiences the ‘La Ola del Melillero’ phenomenon which is also called as ‘The Melilla Wave’, and it’s the sudden rise of sea level due to the approach of ferries from Melilla as it arrives at Malaga Harbour. There are good beach bars and restaurants serving typical dishes of Spain & multi-cuisines at Heulin beach of Malaga. There are showers, toilets, shops to rent hammocks, sun loungers, sun shades and nautical sports equipment near by Heulin beach and lifeguard services available. Do visit this beautiful urban beach of Malaga which possess all good amenities to get you comfort on your visit to Heulin beach, while holidaying in Malaga.
Malaga’s beautiful viewpoint and historical landmark to visit during ‘Malaga holidays’ is the La Farola, Málaga(The Lamp, Malaga) at Málaga harbour and it’s located just 1.7 kilometre away and south to the main city centre of Malaga. Before arriving at La Farola, Málaga(The Lamp, Malaga) you must know that, the beautiful 22 metre(approximately) high lighthouse at Málaga harbour was built during the year 1817 by replacing a earlier lighthouse built during the year 1724 in the same location. Visiting La Farola, Málaga(The Lamp, Malaga) not only includes enjoying the picturesque seafront views near the harbour but also take leisure walks at the seafront promenade and enjoy shopping, eating at the amazing series of shops, eateries, cafés and restaurants near by this lighthouse in Malaga.
When you’re in Malaga do visit the Playa de los Álamos(Los Álamos), a beautiful & tranquil beach of Malaga which is located 15 kilometre south and away from Malaga’s main city centre. With moderate waves and golden sandy beach, the Los Álamos beach is one of the perfect beach to enjoy summer vibes with lot of swimming, sunbathing and can also enjoy kitesurfing, windsurfing, banana rides, water bikes, and paddling boat with proper safety measures. Los Álamos beach also possess vibrant nightlife with series of pubs, beach clubs and nightclubs that are active till early morning. There is a great series of restaurants, cafés and beach bars lining at the promenade of Los Álamos beach and also showers, toilets available for tourists which will let you enjoy a great ‘beach day’, when you’re holidaying in Malaga.
Malaga, the coastal town in Spain which is also a part of Costa del Sol is one of the best holidaying destination with bunch of attractions and the amazing holiday resorts & villas in Malaga will give you utmost hospitality to enjoy your holidays with family and friends. When you’ve visited the museums and beaches of Malaga already and looking for a way plesant way to spend your morning/evening with good vibes when you’re holidaying in Malaga, then you must go to Muelle Uno in Malaga. From Malaga’s city centre you can reach Muelle Uno by travelling 2 kilometre following the directions (or) by asking the locals of Malaga easily. Muelle Uno of Malaga is nothing but a vibrant, vast open air complex of Malaga city with alluring seafront views (i.e.) sea on one side and plenty of shops, cafés, hotels, bars and restaurants lining on other side. You can walk and admire the amazing gentle waves in seafront trails and could enjoy the liveliness of Malaga when you see people at Muelle Uno. Do take your spouse, kids & friends to Muelle Uno and admire the views and enjoy shopping, dining as it’s only seafront open air complex in Malaga.
You can’t unsee this particular attraction of Malaga during ‘Malaga holidays’, especially when you’re in main city centre of Malaga. Yes! A major attraction that you must visit in Malaga is located right at ‘heart of Malaga city’ and it’s the Plaza de la Constitución, a public square with notable architectures and liveliness in Malaga. You’ll be stunned to know that, the Plaza de la Constitución has been a main town square of Malaga city, since Reconquista( from 8th to 15th centuries) times and it was called as ‘Plaza de las Cuatro Calles’ (Four streets square) then, during the year 1812 it was renamed as Plaza de la Constitución in Malaga. You can also look at picturesque 16th century Fuente de Génova (Genoa Fountain) in this plaza of Malaga. No trip to Malaga is complete without visiting and clicking pictures at Plaza de la Constitución of Malaga.