Malaga has many charms. Malaga has beaches, culture, good food and good weather all year, charming towns and great golf courses. Doesn´t sound too bad, especially taking into account that Malaga international airport is served by many low European cost airlines facilitating a sunny break in less than three hours.
The first thing you’ll notice in Malaga is how friendly the people are, how good the Mediterranean food is, with the freshest fish and, of course, it’s great weather, with very warm summers and mild winters. Malaga is a city to be enjoyed 365 days a year.
Among the many activities you can enjoy in Malaga, are excursions into the province, with spectacular landscapes and rich cultural and artistic heritage. Special places to visit are Ronda and Antequera.
You can also visit one of the prettiest white villages on the Costa del Sol, Casares, or the lagoon Fuente de Piedra, with one of the largest colonies of flamingos in Europe. Or visit the , a natural site in which you feel like in the midst of a fairy tale. If you are interested in prehistoric rock art, you can also visit the cave Cueva de la Pileta, in Benaojan.
If you feel more attracted to beaches and coastal areas, you can visit Marbella and Puerto Banus with its luxury shops, yachts and a wide variety of leisure; or further west Estepona, where you can enjoy your fried fish, clear water and the warm sand. On the eastern Costa del Sol is located the charming village of Nerja offering stunning sea views from its viewpoint Balcon de Europa.
Malaga vacations in August, will provide you with the possibility to enjoy the Feria de Malaga, one of the most famous fairs in Andalusia, and enjoy food, drink and experience live how locals party.
Outside the province of Malaga in Andalucia, you can also take trips to Cadiz and Gibraltar, Granada, Cordoba and Seville. And of course, you can enjoy golf at one of the 61 golf courses located throughout the entire province.
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