Malaga, a historical city full of stories to tell, where the sun shines 330 days a year and where the warmth of hospitality will make you feel at home right away. Due to its rich history, the city has a beautiful historical heritage with different monumental buildings. The city and its culture form a perfect combination of authenticity and innovative features. Let dmc in Malaga help you explore this beautiful city!
Costa del Sol
The Costa del Sol includes more than 125 beaches in the province of Malaga which forms a coastline of 161 km. The literal translation ‘Coast of the Sun’ speaks for itself. With a diversity of characteristic settings, it is possible to find yourself in different spheres. From typical Spanish golden beaches with a lot of lively infrastructure to hidden gems where you can practice your favourite water sport. A variety of activities such as relaxing under the waving palm trees, enjoying a cocktail served in one of those cosy chiringuitos or wandering on the promenade. The sea temperature, at an average of 18°C rising to 24°C in August, allows for the enjoyment of watersports throughout the year. Marbella, the pearl of Malaga, offers a multitude of beachclubs where the ambiance is created by the best DJs, the party is guarantee.
Bleisure is a trendy term within the tourism sector that combines ‘Business’ and ‘Leisure’. With a good national and international network, a wide range of MICE infrastructure and possibilities, Malaga is the ideal destination to organise a business meeting, event or conference. On the other hand, the days filled with sunshine, the historical heritage, the authenticity of the city, the delicious food and so many other leisure activities, ensure the perfect BLEISURE combination. Dmc in Malaga has the required knowledge to make this combination as perfect as possible!
In the second largest city of Andalusia the typical southern influences are obviously present.
The castanets clattering against each other, accompanied by a guitarist and the passionate flamenco dance complete the whole spectacle.
When walking on the promenade, the «Jábegas» will certainly catch the eye, these are small traditional fishing boats, set in the beach, often facing a chiringuito or restaurant where the delicious and well-known «espetos» of sardines are barbecued.
Furthermore, the city of Malaga has become world-famous as the birth town of Picasso. As a result, the city owns half a dozen new art galleries and an artistic art district called Soho.
You can also taste the typical Andalusian tapas in Malaga. These can be eaten on a square in the historic centre. When you come across the Jabégas, you should definitely taste the delicious «espetos» (grilled sardines)!
Of course a freshly made sangria or a tinto de verano is also on the menu…
Without forgetting, for the most exclusive foodies, one of the 5 Michelin-starred restaurants in the province, located in Malaga.