Discover one of the most emblematic places in Málaga, the Old Town. Don't miss out on what you must see and do there!
The jábega is a traditional boat from the province of Malaga and is a true symbol of Malaga.
Here are some typical words from Malaga's gastronomy. Don't miss out on learning how to call something in Malaga that you know by another name. 👀
The Cenachero is one of the symbols of Malaga, referring to the old fisherman who sold fresh fish on the streets.
Holy Week in Málaga is a tradition that dates back to the time of the Catholic Monarchs and has been declared an international tourist interest.
Verdiales are unique fandangos, sung and danced with the accompaniment of string and percussion instruments (violin, guitars, tambourine, cymbals, lute, and castanets), colloquially known as the "Panda de Verdiales."
Malagueñas is a style of traditional flamenco from Malaga, which emerged in the early 19th century and evolved from the ancient Malaga fandangos.
If you don't want to be left "cuajao" when you hear a Malagueño speak, come here and learn those very Malagueño words.
The BIZNAGA is one of the popular symbols of the capital of the Costa del Sol. As an example of this, the Biznaga de Oro is the main award at the Malaga Film Festival.
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