We welcome you to your new guide Voyage Experience: « Malaga — City trip in Andalusia ». If you are planning to spend a weekend or a short stay of a few days in Malaga, then this guide will help you discover this beautiful Andalusian city, located between the sea and the mountains.
If you want to go there for one or more weeks, then the guide: « Province of Malaga » in the same collection will be more suitable because it will allow you to discover this magnificent province of Spain, nestled in a stunning natural setting. Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea and the sun, this province of Andalusia is a real gem. It does not know winter along its coast with its beautiful beaches (300 days of sunshine per year on average !!!). Malaga is also mountainous in the interior of its lands, where nature and its varied and gorgeous landscapes will surely charm you. Olive and almond plantations as far as the eye can see, white villages nestled on the heights of hills or mountains illuminate remote valleys where the sweetness of life is not just a concept. We have discovered this province during the Covid health crisis because Spain had the wisdom to go back on the first decisions taken in panic.
While in several countries, confinements were imposed, in Spain, the management by the autonomous regions allowed travel within the provinces with open restaurants, museums and other leisure and cultural structures. We had the chance to know the Spaniards in a different light and thus appreciate their joie de vivre. While respecting the sanitary measures, we were able to continue living normally, visiting and hiking freely in nature.
In this short guide, we share with you our discoveries: the superb city of Malaga, but also the picturesque Antequera, Nerja with its exceptional cave as well as other jewels that make this province of the Costa del Sol a destination to be discovered in any season. We spent more than two months traveling it and we will certainly return there as it has captured our hearts.