Spain is a country steeped in history and many of our properties are centrally placed for day trips to visit the major cities of Malaga, Granada, Cordoba & Seville.

Coming to Málaga Province and Costa del Sol is seeing beautiful landscapes, tasting delicious food, and experiencing the warmth of the locals.  It's also discovering a rich cultural heritage, fabulous beaches and coastal sites, and charming white-washed villages.  There is plenty to see and do In Malaga, here's just a few ideas:

The Picasso Museum

The Museo Picasso Málaga was created in response to Pablo Picasso's own desire for his work to be present in the city where he was born, on 25th October, 1881. The Museum was created thanks to the shared wishes of Christine and Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, the artist's daughter-in-law and grandson, whose donations constitute the core of the MPM Collection, and to the efforts of the Autonomous Government of Andalusia, which coordinated the major project to set up a museum devoted to the artist whose styles and techniques changed the course of modern art.

 Follow the links below to view more detailed information for family fun and cultural visits in Malaga City:

Crocodile Park

Wolf Park

El Torcal National Park

Fuengirola Zoo

Selwo Marina

Selwo Animal Park

 Many Beautiful Beaches


Climbing at El Chorro

Within Ardales Natural Park is the world famous rock climbing area of El Chorro. This is reached by turning right along an extraordinary road (camino) through a beautiful valley.

El Chorro is a limestone gorge in Andalucia in southern Spain, through which passes the Guadalhorce river. It was dammed in 1921, forming three reservoirs which are flanked by pine forests.

It sits next to the 700m high Desfiladero de los Gaitanes pass, and is famous for the very dangerous path called Camino del Rey (King's little pathway). The path took its name because it was officially opened by Alfonso XIII of Spain. 

At present the walkway is accessible by climbers only (full protection gear recommended!).  We have included a video below, but, I suggest NOT viewed on a full stomach for non-climbers!

 Events local to Malaga

Here you will find a list of forthcoming Spanish festivals and Spanish fiestas in and around Malaga City:

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