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Malaga Sightseeing

Sightseeing


Don't miss the Easter processions held throughout the main coastal resorts, but particularly magnificent in the costa capital of Málaga (9-16 April).


Malaga's lush Alameda Gardens are planted with subtropical plants and trees and punctuated with bubbling fountains and benches, the gardens offer a welcome respite from the bustle of the city centre (especially during the January sales!).

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Malaga's annual feria takes place from 12-19 August. Follow the polka dots to the city centre where a carnival atmosphere prevails.


Although it is the grand slam art museums, like the Pompidou and Picasso, that draw the crowds; the delightful small museum of local impressionist painter, Felix Revello de Toro (www.museorevellodetoro.net), is well worth a visit.

Day Trips


Considered by many as the prettiest village in the region with its winding cobbled lanes, Frigiliana is a mere 7km north of the famed Nerja resort, east of Málaga.


Check out the extraordinary dolmens in Antequera. Dating from prehistoric times, these burial chambers are fascinating and, if time permits, you can visit the town which also has a lot to offer, ranging from a Moorish fortress to fine tapas bars.


The historic town of Antequera is a speedy 45-minutes drive (or bus trip) from Malaga and boasts spectacular churches, a Moorish fortress and Roman archaeological remains.

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