The Best Malaga Wine Tours – Salud!

We must admit, we do love a good glass of wine, and there’s no better way to further your understanding of all things ‘vino’ than with a wine tour! Malaga may be more famous for its sweet wines and sherries (think Pedro Ximenez or Moscatel) but in recent years the region has undergone a revolution […]

The Ultimate Travel Guide to Malaga

While often overlooked by the surrounding Costa del Sol, Malaga is a city that is absolutely worth exploring in its own right. For too long Malaga has been considered first and foremost, an airport and launch pad for the surrounding beaches on the Costa del Sol, and secondly, a tourist destination. But this should definitely […]

Where to Shop in Malaga

Where to Shop in Malaga

If you fancy a bit of shopping while on holiday here in the Costa del Sol, you’re in luck! There are loads of places to shop in Malaga for all budgets and tastes. Now the only question is where to start? You can choose to go to one of the more modern malls or pop […]

Bird’s Eye: 7 of the Best Views in Malaga!

7 of the Best Views in Malaga

Malaga is not a city known for its skyline, but rather the long stretches of beach and the beautiful blue expanse that is the Mediterranean Sea. But can you find the best views in Malaga? We love Malaga from every angle, the narrow side streets, the busy markets, the grand Calle Larios and the quiet gardens. […]

My Malaga: Pedro Ramírez of El Boquerón Viajero

Malaga native, Pedro Ramírez has been blogging about his hometown since 2011. We sat down with Pedro to find out why, after having lived in Madrid, Barcelona and New York, he’s happiest living on the Costa del Sol. Pedro and his wife, Abby, write one of the few bilingual blogs about Malaga: El Boquerón Viajero. […]

Epiphany in Malaga: Celebrating Three King’s Day

Three Kings Day in Malaga is the day we exchange presents and spend time with family! It is the highlight of the Christmas season in Malaga!

Are you planning on celebrating Three Kings Day in Malaga? While you might only be used to celebrating Epiphany with a special mass or church service, here in Spain, The Three Kings are a big deal. After all, they’re the ones who bring the presents! Santa Claus is a relatively recent addition to the Spanish […]

New Year, New Things to do in Malaga in January!

January tends to be a calmer month in Malaga as the Christmas holidays wind down, but nevertheless, it’s a great time to visit the city! One of the things we love about living in Spain is that the holidays don’t end on New Year’s Day. We celebrate Three Kings Day on January the 6th, which […]

¡Feliz Año Nuevo! Spending New Year’s Eve in Malaga

Celebrating New Year's Eve in Malaga is a great way to kick off the New Year. Make sure to eat a grape for every chime as the clock strikes 12 and you'll have good luck all year long!

Are you planning to spend New Year’s Eve in Malaga this year? If so, you’ve picked a great way to ring in the New Year. Thanks to the mild temperatures and vibrant city center there is always something going on, and no matter what you’re looking for, we’re sure your year will be off to […]

Recipe: Chocolate Coconut Balls (Bolitas de Coco)

Wherever you look in Malaga during the festive season it seems there is a new sweet treat to tempt you. One of our favorite are the chocolate coconut balls (bolitas de coco). Of course, you can buy them in the store, wrapped in brightly colored tin foil, but it’s just as easy to make them at […]

8 Awesome Ideas for Christmas Gifts from Malaga

It can be difficult to think of what to get your friends and family for the holidays. We're here to help with 8 awesome ideas for Christmas Gifts from Málaga. Happy Holidays, everyone!

We love Christmas in Spain with all the lights, decorations and delicious food. Of course, the Christmas season also means buying gifts for our friends and family. If you’re stumped for ideas like us, check out these eight ideas for awesome Christmas gifts from Málaga. One of the best ideas for gift giving is something […]