Sundays in Inland Malaga are a time for rest and relaxation.Read More What To Do On A Sunday In Inland Malaga
We are officially past the year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown…Read More A Year of COVID-19, How Has Inland Malaga Changed?
Holy Week (Semana Santa) is a very important time for the Spanish community and the biggest religious celebration of the year. Each year, Spaniards take time off work to remember the final days of Christ. The processions that take place during this time are known as ‘penance processions’ and the takers part dress up in […]Read More The Semana Santa Parades: Our Top Picks
Call this my love letter to estate agents…Read More The Other Side Of Real Estate in Inland Malaga
After travelling to Italy some years ago and sampling some home made Lemoncello I decided to give it ago. After all, what on earth was I going to do with all the lemons I kept being given by friendly vecinos!Read More How To Make Your Own Limoncello
I had the opportunity to meet the lovely Jacqui Ross from the Last Chance Animal Rescue to chat about the work the charity does and what YOU can do to get involved. What is Last Chance Animal Rescue? LCAR are a registered charity dedicated to rehoming animals in need. Instead of a traditional shelter, Last […]Read More Last Chance Animal Rescue
Here are our top things to get you into the Christmas spirit in Málaga:Read More Getting into the Christmas Spirit
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?
Some house owners in Malaga have called us asking: “The UK leaving the European Union – what will it mean for us”?Read More Today’s Headlines
Most villages and towns in the inland Málaga region will have a weekly market. Where local vendors and farmers come to sell fresh local produce, clothes, flowers and other miscellaneous items. The mercadillos vary in size depending on the village of town, the larger the town, the larger the market and the more selection there will be. […]Read More Market Days