There are just some things you have to do at least once when you’re in Malaga

The English Cemetery

When Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella swept into Malaga in 1487, they converted the city into a bastion of Roman Catholicism. However, about three and a half centuries later, the city looked rather different. It had become a major port and centre of industry and non-Catholics were playing a vital […]

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 […]

Calle Larios

Malaga’s iconic main street. Now pedestrianised, this is the busiest part of the city and home to some of the best shops. All of the major international chains which want a store in Malaga are all vying for a spot on Calle Larios. There is something for all budgets with […]


La Alcazaba is one of Málaga’s most popular landmarks, and overlooks the city from a hilltop. It was first constructed on the ruins of a Roman fortification during the reign of Abd-al-Rahman I around 756-780AD. It was then rebuilt by the Sultan of Granada, Badis Al-Ziri from 1057-1063AD which much […]

Málaga Cathedral

The Cathedral, officially the Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación (Our Lady of Incarnation), is not only a church, but also a symbol of Málaga. With a style that is difficult to define, ranging from a Baroque facade to a Renaissance interior with Gothic elements, the cathedral is as interesting as it is appealing. […]