What do colorful umbrellas have in common with best climate in Europe, fermented fish souce and ancient Romans? And how does the silk fits into that?
Province of Malaga
Province of Malaga is a beautiful and diverse region located in the south of Spain, on Costa del Sol, in Andalusia, with Malaga as its capital. Besides the capital, its main cities are Marbella, Mijas, Fuengirola, Vélez-Málaga, Torremolinos, Estepona, Benalmadena, Antequera, and Ronda. It’s home to stunning beaches by the Mediterranean Sea, picturesque white-washed pueblos blancos, vibrant big cities, and beautiful serene natural parks. It’s a great destination for those seeking a mix of relaxation, culture, and adventure.
Best time to visit
Province of Malaga has a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters. If really high temperatures, around 30°C, and crowds don’t bother you – visit during the high season from June to August. If you prefer quieter times and lower temperatures, around 15-20°C, choose any month in the lower season. Personally, we think Spring and Autumn are the best.
Fall in love with the old town, drink a coffee on Balcón de Europa, relax on a beach, and admire the world’s largest stalactite in Cuevas de Nerja.
Yet another beautiful pueblo blanco with Stupa, Castillo and Mariposario. And what do those have to do with children of the mines?
Plenty of plants in colorful pots, huge murals, an orchidarium, beautiful tiles, sculptures, and more… They for sure know how to make the city pretty.
Ready to slow down, chill out and explore this well-preserved small white village? It would be as if you got transferred back in time!
Grab a coffee and churros in Plaza de los Naranjos, discover Salvador’s Dali sculptures, stroll in the enchanting old town & relax in Alameda Park.
Discover one of the most marvelous, fairytale-like pieces of architecture built by a doctor and his two friends.
Ronda travel guide – the most important places and things to see in this charming little town. Even Hemingway loved it!
The King’s Little Path. Once, considered one of the most dangerous trails in the world! Would you like to feel the thrill?