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
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.
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.