THE BLOG OF TOURISM, LEISURE AND GASTRONOMY IN MALAGA
WE TELL YOU STORIES THAT NOBODY TELLS YOU
Malaka Turismo is the most complete blog about leisure, gastronomy and tourism in Málaga and the Costa del Sol. We will tell you everything so that you have a great experience during your visit. Discover the best museums, where you can eat traditional dishes or taste the menus of restaurants with Estrella Michellín; concerts, charming villages, rural tourism…
Tourism in Malaga is, without a doubt, one of the biggest attractions in the country, with more than ten million visits a year. Thanks to its Mediterranean climate, which leaves optimum temperatures all year round, its wide variety of culture and leisure activities, Malaga is an ideal destination to visit and discover. Are you going to miss it?
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Malaka Turismo is divided into three major categories, clearly differentiated, with the intention that you can search for information easily and quickly. In each one of them you will find different posts with everything you need, so that you can enjoy yourself like another Malaga citizen.
We will discover which are the best places to visit: Caminito del Rey, Picasso Museum, Carmen Thyssen , Car Museum; the best beaches in the province, such as Maro beach; the most charming villages, such as Antequera, Ronda or Frigiliana.
Malaga is a national reference point for its great variety and gastronomic culture, with five Michellin-starred restaurants, the best restaurants where you can eat the most traditional dishes, such as espetos (grilled sardines).
During the year, events of great national and international relevance are held, such as Easter, one of the most popular in Spain, the Film Festival, different musical events, such as Starlite, Jazz Festival, the 3 Cultures…
— ABOUT US —
Purebred Malagueño. I enjoy getting to know new places, discovering unknown places. I want to share with you all the beauty of our city and each of its villages, its history, gastronomy…
Born in Extremadura, citizen of the whole world and in love with Malaga, its culture and its people. After several years of getting to know different cultures, I have been visiting every corner of Malaga for two years.