20/01/2018

Finding housing

When you first arrive in any city, the first thing you’ll need to do is find somewhere to live. Unfortunately, with Malaga now forging a reputation abroad, it is more difficult than ever to find an apartment or house with prices soaring and increasing numbers of landlords choosing to target […]
08/01/2018

Botanical Gardens: Jardín Botánico – Histórico La Concepción

Escape the hustle and bustle of the Atarazanas market or Malagueta beach and discover Málaga’s Botanical Gardens, located only 20 minutes from the city centre. This green oasis has everything you need to recharge your batteries, such as pergolas overgrown with wisteria, soothing water streams and tropical trees. It was […]
07/01/2018

Raff

The hustle and bustle of this vibrant industrial-style restaurant is perhaps unsurprising considering the free tapas offered with every drink! Simple, almost pub food, of good quality and at reasonable prices: an international menu, with burgers, traditional ‘raciones’ (large sharing plates) and even fried rice or noodles. A great place […]
06/01/2018

El Mesón de Cervantes

El Mesón de Cervantes has been serving the city for a number of years now and continues to go from strength to strength, opening a third sell-out restaurant in the centre. Run by an Argentinian family, the menu is geared towards sharing and this is what we strongly recommend. In […]
04/01/2018

The Three Wise Men roll into town

January 6th is a national holiday in Spain (yes, another!) but this time it is perhaps one of the most popular, especially among the younger generations. It officially draws an end to the festive calendar and sees the Three Kings (or Los Reyes Magos) come from the East bearing gifts […]