The Costa del Sol is a top tourist destination, but if you are looking for a bit of local flavor, we’ve got that too! How to vacation like a local.
Málaga is a city best known for its sweet wine and tapas, but over the past few years the craft beer scene has come into its own. 5 of our favorite spots.
So often flamenco shows are too touristy and lack an authentic feel. However Teatro Flamenco: El Soho provides an wonderful evening of flamenco in Málaga.
Málaga’s small towns are delightful places to plan a weekend getaway. Here are 5 original choices to disconnect near the Costa del Sol.
Spain's Costa del Sol has more to offer than just great beaches. There are lots of reasons to make this your next holiday destination!
The Malaga Fair is a week long party with lots to see and do, as well as lots to eat and drink. Our tips for enjoying the fair the way the locals do!
You’ll be surprised by the haute cuisine and fusion flavors at Kava, a luxury restaurant in the heart of historic Marbella.
Málaga has become much more hipster. Here are 10 of our favorite “hipster” places in Málaga that should be on your list.
Devour Malaga Food Tour is a perfect introduction to the gastronomy, the culture and the customs of Málaga, designed for visitors from a local’s point of view.
La Odisea de los Vinos Málaga is one of those places with a fantastic family history that is reflected in the flavor of their dishes and the service.
A street art filled walk through Soho Málaga, different street artists have made this area the artistic neighborhood of the city.
A spring afternoon in Málaga is ideal to taste some of the new wines of the province in Mainake Vinos. Tasting wines from Bodega El Niño de la Salina.
Although it’s outside the historic center, the Málaga neighborhood of El Perchel has a lot of it’s own history and it’s well worth a visit.
Restaurante Óleo, in the Contemporary Art Center of Málaga is a place to remember. The sushi is excellent and the dishes from Málaga are delicious, as well!
The town of Carratraca, Málaga is known for it's sulfur water spa, but the streets and the people of the town are what made us fall in love!
Why celebrate Valentine’s Day in Málaga? We have our reasons! And if you aren’t convinced, check out these romantic plans in this beautiful city.
Christmas in Málaga is definitely one of the best times of year in the city. The lights, the weather and the energy make it unique in Spain.
The Protectora helped us with how to adopt a dog in Málaga. It was a simple process with a very happy conclusion. We introduce you to Dino!
La Botica de la Cerveza: We already knew that it was a special place, but it was truly a pleasure to enjoy a beer tasting with Pepe.
Julia Bakery Málaga is one of those charming cafes that make you happy as soon as you walk inside: fantastic cupcakes and the best iced tea!
Until 1831, the Protestants who passed away in Malaga were thrown to sea. This changed thanks to the construction of the English Cemetery in Malaga.