This Catholic public holiday is dedicated to honor those that have passed.Read More Dia de Todos Los Santos in Málaga
How the word ‘flamenco’ slipped into the Spanish language.Read More About the Flemish, the Flamenco and the flamenquin
The autumn in inland Malaga is for lovers of life. No season is more lovely and luxurious.Read More Autumn in Inland Málaga
Only one more week to go and it’s… Luna Mora! Mark the date, Don and Doña: September 9th and 10th. Under a half moon and in the light of candles, our whole valley celebrates the one and only traffic jam of the year and the longest queues ever. Pardon, that’s obviously not what we celebrate, these are the […]Read More One week till Moorish Moon!
Meet Pasos Largos, the bandit of El Burgo and Yunquera.Read More The last Bandolero of Málaga
Enjoying inland Malage to the fullest: the unique art of ‘mañana’.Read More The exquisite phenomenon of ‘Mañana’
A common side effect of living in Spain is finding yourself succumbing to ‘the Siesta’, according to some people the greatest human invention since the wheel. Especially during the hot Summer, getting out of the heat and letting your body rest for a couple of hours during the day is said to be beneficial to productivity […]Read More Why do we take a siesta?
Are you ready for the Romeria?Read More 5 things to take with you to the Romeria
It’s not a greatly known fact that one of history’s most well-known and well-loved artists, Pablo Ruiz Picasso, was born right here in Málaga and, in the busy central streets of the city, you will find the official Picasso Musuem. The museum includes famous works of art such as ‘Olga Kokhlova with Mantilla’ (Barcelona 1917), ‘Mother […]Read More Musuem profile: The Picasso Museum
In the year 711AD the great Moorish general, Tariq ibn Ziyad, accompanied by an army of 7,000 soldiers, crossed the stretch between the north of Africa and Spain. During this time the Spanish government, directed by King Rodrigo was in a weak state. Africa had found out that at that moment in time the Spanish people […]Read More The Moroccan Influence in Andalucia