Picasso in Malaga needs no introduction. He was born in the city and is the most famous Malagueño. In May 2017, his ‘body’ arrived in the city and lay ‘in state’ until the end of June.
We have to admit that our A to Z of Malaga has been a challenge, but a fun one as we’ve discovered and uncovered unusual names and places in the city. In this latest blog post in the series, we look at U to Z, the last letters of the alphabet and probably the most…Details
10 most popular blog posts about Malaga in 2016 We’ve done a round-up of the most popular blogs posts about Malaga last year on our blog section. This most-read list is based on number of readers from Google analytics.Details
1 of the categories in the Sleeps section of our Guide is unusual hotels in Malaga. We’ve recently added a new venue to the list – El Jardín del Azahar, a newly refurbished 1920s home in Pedregalejo. Read on to find out why this boutique hotel in Malaga ticks the boxes as a great place…Details
Next in our series of A to Z of Malaga, we go from the letters P to T as we uncover facts and figures about Malaga. In this blog post we take you from Picasso to Torrijos – discover them for yourself when you’re next on holiday in Malaga.
As one of Europe’s most up-and-coming holiday destinations, a lot changes in a year in Malaga. In this blog post, we look at what’s new in Malaga in 2017.
If you’ve already got a copy of the Guide to Malaga app you will have noticed that we’ve introduced some exciting changes. Read on to find out what they are.
December is 1 of the busiest months of the year in Malaga with the usual round-up of cultural activities plus lots of Christmas events. Read our guide to Malaga events in December.
Over the last couple of months we’ve spotted a few new restaurants in Malaga. Not to mention a lot of new cafés and bars, especially in Calle Carretería and the Soho district. We always on the look-out for good venues to add to our Guide to Malaga so we’ve visited the new restaurants listed below.…Details
Next up in our A to Z of Malaga series, we go K to O on a journey via India and orange blossom. This latest post discovers and uncovers unusual names and places in the city – check a few of them next time you’re on holiday in Malaga.