It’s already hot, we’re already in summer, we’re already on vacation! If this year you are looking to disconnect, enjoy, get tanned, go sightseeing, partying, and almost everything you have to go through your head, we have your ideal destination, this is none other than Malaga. Spending a summer holidays in Malaga is something that everyone should experience, one of the main tourist destinations in Spain, where each year it increases its register of travelers on these dates.
Of course, like any other trip that’s worth it, you will need a little planning and above all to know the destination. As well as knowing what will be of most interest to visit on the days chosen for your trip to Malaga. But do not worry, today we’re going to quickly tell you the best alternatives and ideas to spend your summer holidays in Malaga, so you’ll only have to worry about the things you want to put in your suitcase.
The best of Malaga in summer
The Costa del Sol and few other Spanish cities can boast of offering as much variety to tourism as Málaga does. Given the cultural and physical transformation of the city in the last 30 years, Malaga has become a very important reason to be known in all its aspects. One of the great advantages offered by traveling to Malaga, is its airport, which has connections with more than a hundred cities around the world and that during 2018 had a traffic exceeding 19 million passengers, which is no small feat.
The gastronomy of Malaga
Did you know that Malaga has ten Michelin stars? Malaga’s cuisine is prepared for all tastes, from traditional and typical Costa del Sol meals as the best gastronomic mergers that have nothing to envy those of other cities. There are many bars, restaurants and beach bars that during the summer season have as a main dish porra antequerana, anchovies and of course the famous sardines. In areas like Pedregalejo and El Palo this summer you will find espetos at two euros, an irresistible price that will encourage you to learn more about the gastronomic tradition of the city.
Málaga and its surroundings
We know that if we think about summer holidays in Malaga, we think mainly about the beach, but as I mentioned before, Malaga is much more than that. The province of Malaga has many places to discover, even leaving its coastline and going into inland areas. If you visit the Axarquía area, in addition to enjoying its excellent beaches such as Maro, you will find the Maroma, the highest peak in the province, with more than two thousand meters of height it’s really attractive for tourists. On the other hand, other points of interest that you should visit places like Antequera and its dolmens declared World Heritage by Unesco or the Caminito del Rey, yes for all these plans, the ideal would be to look for a day not very warm and bring Always sunscreen and water to hydrate.
If your idea is to spend a long summer holiday in Malaga, do not settle for just Malaga center, the best idea is that you stay in one of our apartments in the center of Malaga and enjoy the city and the surrounding areas.
Singularities of Malaga
Malaga has one of the most visited and talked about historical centers in the country. Strolling along the pier, the Plaza de la Merced, the Botanical Garden or one of its 37 museums is something special. Among these museums, designed by and for all audiences you will see some as recognizable as the Pompidou Center of Malaga, the Carmen Thyssen Museum or the important Pablo Picasso Museum, or others as picturesque as the Glass Museum or the Interactive Museum of Music . In addition, Malaga has one of the most popular cathedrals, the popularly known as the “manquita”. The truth, that the freedom to always be able to choose what you want is an argument to keep in mind and that you will always have during your holidays in Malaga.
Its more than three hundred sunny days a year make you want to make plans, go out and enjoy. Now that summer has arrived, it’s time to enjoy your vacation. Live the good weather and the Costa del Sol!