Malaga is synonymous of good weather and, with the arrival of spring, the best thing to do is to go out on the street to enjoy the sun, the fresh sea breeze, the beauty of its beaches and the great amount of plans that you can do in the city. If you pass through Malaga during these dates, we assure you that you’ll have loads of options for plans to do in Malaga in the spring.
Enjoying Malaga in Spring
Malaga isn’t just attractive for “Sun and Beach” styled tourism, the city has managed to transform and turn into a cultural reference. Due to this and much more we offer you these 5 perfect plans to do in Malaga in Spring. We warn you in advance, It’s totally forbidden to stay at home and not miss out on these amazing plans.
Tour of the Museums in Malaga
Malaga is known as the city of museums. The commitment made to improve the cultural appeal of the city is clear by just seeing the amount and diversity of the museums throughout the city. Right now there are 37 different museums in the city and the number is always rising. Each museum has its own unique style so you can visit more than one. The most famous ones are the Picasso Museum, Thyssen Museum, Pompidou and the Russian Museum which is in the same building as the Automobile Museum. But there are also others as interesting as the Contemporary Art Center (CAC), or the interactive music museum. A route through the museums of Málaga will not only enrich you culturally, but will also help you discover the city.
Sunbathe on one of Malaga’s beaches
It seems unnecessary to speak about the beaches of Malaga at this point, but with the arrival of good weather it’s the best time to get some sunbathing sessions in and have a first swim. It’s totally normal now to see a few brave people take a first dip in the sea during Malaga’s Holy Week in April. Undoubtedly we recommend that you give yourself the pleasure of trying the chiringuitos of the promenade, its pescaito, its espetos. For us one of the best plans to do in Malaga in the spring is undoubtedly the lying in the sun on the beach of Pedregalejo, while listening in the background to the relaxing sound of the sea or walking back, while you watch the sun go down for the horizon.
If you visit Malaga from April 14 to 21, you certainly should not miss the Holy Week in Malaga. In the capital of the Costa del Sol this festivity is lived with great intensity and we can tell now that it’s not necessary to be religious to enjoy this event. The atmosphere and passion with which people live Holy Week in Malaga will catch you. The best way to enjoy Easter is having a stay that has a location as close to the center as possible. Valentina Home apartments are located in the center of Malaga so it is an almost unbeatable option to enjoy a few meters from the step of the brotherhoods. The majestic thrones, their marches and bands that accompany each brotherhood, will show you a different way of living Easter and that will make you repeat each year.
Tour of Malaga’s great Terraces
To say that Malaga is a city that reaches great heights is no lie, every year there is a greater offer of terraces with which to enjoy with spectacular views of the capital. The perfect place to stay while having a drink while you have Malaga under your feet. The buildings will not be a problem, depending on your location you can see the great monuments of the city such as the Cathedral, the Gibralfaro castle or the port of Malaga. Also, if you’re a lover of photography, it’s the perfect place to capture spectacular shots of the city.
Malaga’s Botanical Garden
In the spring Malaga has a special color, as the city is surrounded by nature, even more due to the botanical garden of Malaga. There is no better date than spring to visit the botanical garden and get the most out of your visit. This is because between March and the beginning of April we can enjoy the flowering of Wisteria, a climbing plant that surrounds the structures and envelops them in their bluish tones. Like the Wisteria, there are many other plants that are worth seeing at this time of the year, when their beauty is in full bloom.
With all these ideas, we are sure that you will have plans to do in Malaga in the spring and enjoy one of the best seasons of the year.