The unknown Malaga. Discover ten curious corners of the province


When we travel to a place we’ve never been, the first thing we do is to consult guidebooks, surf the net or ask for advice in the destination hotel. But, like in all the towns and cities, in addition to the most famous monuments, there are legends or curious corners which are rarely visited and […]

5 Things to do in Marbella in winter


Marbella has no less than 320 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 19ºC, so its good climate invites you to do sports and other outdoor activities during the winter as well. We invite you to find out about 5 things you can do in the city during the winter season: 1. Play […]

Original towns of Andalucia: the “smurf town” of Júzcar


There are original ideas that can put a town on the map without it having a truly great museum or being the home of a historical figure or artist to place it on a region’s tourist route. And this doesn’t make them any less interesting or curious. Such is the case with Júzcar, a lost […]

Twelve must-see key points in Marbella’s old town: a walking tour with Wikiloc


Often when we visit somewhere we don’t know exactly where to go. We get information from the tourist office and the internet. Now, there is a new website called Wikiloc featuring routes and activities recommended by users. With this website, we have designed a very special route for visitors to Marbella. We want you to […]

The Charm Of The Malaga Interior: The Ten Prettiest Towns In The Province


Hidden in the corners of the Malaga province, one can find some great beauty in its cities and towns, complete with a natural charm that captivates all who visit them. The Mediterranean Sea that bathes this part of Spain is one of its most important claims to fame, but the area’s beauty is not limited […]

The Six Things You Can’t Miss In Marbella’s Old Town


Marbella is a paradise for lovers of great weather and the glamour, but what is known by just a few is its tremendous old town, with its brilliant white, narrow streets. Just by roaming around, you can discover the charm of a typical, small Andalucian village as it once was. Be sure to visit and […]

Three Reasons To Visit El Rompido, The Fishing Village On The Costa De La Luz


We’ve spoken of El Rompido many times before – this small fishing village on the banks of the Piedras River – but we never tire of coming up with new reasons to visit. As you can imagine from its placement on the Costa de la Luz in Huelva (Andalucia), this town possesses a special charm […]

When We Choose A Hotel, It’s Women And Children First


When choosing a destination for family vacations, it is usually the women who take the lead – a conclusion backed up by several studies. When the whole family wants to spend a few days relaxing, there are a number of factors to consider. What is the factor that holds the most weight during the decision […]

Natural Cosmetics: The 7 Benefits of Clay As A Beauty Ritual


As summer comes to an end, your skin is likely dry and a little resentful due to the effects of long days in the sun. Now that September has arrived, it is an ideal opportunity to take the initiative and treat yourself to a trip down the coast where the heat is more bearable and […]

The Odiel Marshes: A Natural Setting Where The Sea, Land And Sky All Meet


The Odiel marshes comprise of the municipalities of Gibraleón Alcor, Punta Umbria and southwest Huelva. It is a natural space where there is a confluence of the mouths of the Tinto and Odiel Rivers. Here are 10 reasons why this area is recommended for a chance to enjoy a day of beauty. It has been […]

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