11 Typical Tapas from Malaga That You Can’t Miss!

When people think of tapas in Malaga, most often the foods that come to mind are fried fish, espetos of sardines, and little else. It’s logical considering that Malaga has always been a fishing city, with its prime position on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Of course, one cannot “tapear” on fish alone, so we have […]

My Malaga: with Canal Cocina’s Loleta

In 2013, Canal Cocina (Spain’s version of the Food Network) hosted a contest to find the best Cooking Bloggers. Lola Bernabé was that year’s winner. Since then she has starred in Blogueros Cocineros T4 and in 2015 she launched her series Lúcete con Loleta. Lola, (Loleta as she is known to her many fans), combines three of […]

Don’t Miss These Fun Things to do in Malaga in October!

Things to do in Malaga in October

October is a fantastic month to visit Malaga. The intense summer heat is long gone, but you can still sit outside without a jacket during the day and enjoy a tapa on the terrace – they don’t call us the Costa del Sol for nothing! The other fantastic thing about October is that it is […]

Our Favorite Malaga Coffee Shops with Free Internet

Best Coffee Shops with internet in Malaga

When we travel (and when we’re in our home town, for that matter) one of the first things we look for is a great café with a good vibe and free wi-fi. Even when we’re on vacation, we tend to check the internet for travel information or even to book train tickets for a spur […]

My Malaga: Fran Soler

My Malaga: Fran Soler

Malaga native, Fran Soler has been blogging about his hometown since 2008. We sat down with Fran to find out why, after traveling the world, he’s happy living right where he is. We first met Fran Soler at the Malaga Travel Bloggers Meeting in fall of 2011. His blog, My Guia de Viajes, tells all […]

Do they even drink craft beer in Malaga?

Up until a few years ago, the idea of craft beer in Spain didn’t seem to be very popular. Most people would head to their local bar and order a “caña,” which is basically a small glass of draft beer. On tap you would find the local beers, but nothing fancy, and in Malaga that […]

Destination Fall: 5 Weekend Getaways From Malaga

With impossibly blue skies, cool nights and sunny days, Malaga is the perfect fall destination. The temperatures are mild, there is still time to sneak in one last dip at the beach, and with less visitors around, it’s the perfect time to plan some weekend getaways from Malaga. But where are we headed? Here are […]

Recipe: Poor Man’s Potatoes (“Papas a lo Pobre”)

Potatoes are one of those universal comfort foods. They are inexpensive, available at every farmer’s market or grocery store and delicious. Plus, there are so many ways to enjoy them! Between fried potatoes, mashed potatoes, potato omelettes, roasted potatoes and potato salad – the list and variations are endless, but most of the recipes conjure up […]

Coming to Visit? Things to do in Malaga in September

September is a lovely month in Malaga. It’s still warm enough to go to the beach on the weekends, but without the scorching August heat. The city is alive as locals have returned from vacation and the city has a different energy about it as everyone is starting a new project or getting back to […]