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The best tourism in Malaga. We tell you all the places you have to visit, the best hiking routes, the most beautiful villages, caves…

Malaga is not only known for its sun and beach tourism, and for its festivals. This city has an infinity of incredible places to visit. Throughout the province of Malaga you can visit some of the famous white villages like Frigiliana, or with great history like Ronda; you can also do backpacking tourism, see charming caves, cave paintings or natural sites. Do you want to discover which site has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site? Do you know which is the most beautiful village in Andalusia and one of the most beautiful in Spain? We will tell you this and more in these posts, so you won’t miss anything.


Malaga is made up of 103 municipalities, including the capital. If we make a general tour, we will be able to appreciate everything that can be seen and done in each of these towns; their traditions, their culture, their way of living and relating to the environment have given them an identity that makes these places essential to visit at least once in your life.

If you are thinking about what to do on your vacation, we explain different plans that you will love, if what you are looking for is a different plan to the sun and beach tourism, or to be able to combine them and make a complete trip, since the distances are not so great, and with car you have it within reach. Depending on what you want to see, we recommend that you book it in advance so that you can visit it during your holidays, as for example the Caminito del Rey, an international attraction, has months of waiting. We detail each of them.

Caminito del Rey

Caminito del Rey, pure adrenaline over the gorge

Although both spanish people and tourists associate Malaga with the famous beaches of the Costa del Sol, the truth is that just an hour’s drive from the capital, we can find the Caminito del Rey, a route not suitable for the faint-hearted. Caminito del Rey, built over the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, in the area of El Chorro, has for years attracted daring and adventurous people who have wanted to cross its paths over the sky (some of them with…

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The caves of Nerja, Guinness World Record in Malaga

t’s time to tell you about one of the best tourist destinations Malaga for its originality, beauty and cultural heritage. We are talking about the Caves of Nerja, a natural wonder located in the easternmost part of the province, next to some of the best beaches in Malaga. It is located 158 metres above sea level, 4,823 metres long and a success story that has made it the most visited natural monument in Andalusia. A story that, by the way, celebrated the 60th…

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Visiting Ronda, the fairytale city

There are several destinations in the province of Malaga that would be the envy of a fairy tale or an episode of a Hollywood blockbuster such as Game of Thrones. One of them is the small town of Ronda, an enclave located in the inland area of the province of Malaga at 750 metres above sea level. If you want to know what to see and do in Ronda, read on. This post is for you. When talking about Ronda, you will surely think of its sturdy bridge that rises over a 500…

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Antequera and the Archaeological Ensemble of Los Dolmenes

Malaga has everything you need to spend a family holiday and enjoy its incredible beaches together with the best of its gastronomy. However, what many do not know is that the province of Malaga is a natural paradise for lovers of inland tourism, with prehistoric jewels of the Neolithic period known as the Archaeological Ensemble of the Dolmens of Antequera. This 6,500 year old Megalithic Necropolis consists of the monuments Dolmen de Menga…

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Laguna Fuente de Piedra, a birdwatching paradise

We are used to hearing that the province of Malaga is the ideal destination for lovers of sun and beach tourism. However, in the Laguna de Fuente de Piedra Nature Reserve, we will find a real paradise for nature and bird watching lovers. Located in the northwest of the province of Malaga, this natural enclave is the most extensive reserve in Andalusia and one of the most characteristic Mediterranean wetlands in Europe due to its incredible ecological value.

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The 6 natural sites of Malaga and their routes

Those of you who live outside the province of Malaga will think that this title is clickbait or that there is some kind of mistake. Is there a hiking circuit and various natural sites in Malaga to enjoy nature beyond sun and beach tourism? The answer is yes. In Malaga there are up to six natural sites where you can experience a real adventure connected with the great outdoors. n order for an area to be considered a Natural Site, several factors must be fulfilled, such as …