Traveling to Malaga was part of my job perks during my year in Barcelona. I went twice on job duties, which allowed me to check out quite a few places 🙂
I was a corporate event planner for a Swiss company at the time and literally my job was to plan the best activities, hotels and restaurants for big corporate groups. Malaga is a top destination for this kind of tourism as it has a quaint old city centre, tons of beach clubs and activities but it is also close to Sierra de las Nieves – beautiful mountains where you can organise all types of tours.
In this article, I have selected a few things to review :
- The Hilton Double Tree 4* hotel in Fuengirola (Page 2)
- A jeep excursion in Sierra de las Nieves (Page 3)
- The best restaurants I’ve tried (Page 4)
- Playa Padre – a beach club in Marbella (Page 5)
In the meantime and before getting into the details, I would suggest you check the pictures below to see what a casual stroll around old Malaga would look like!
Now let’s get into it…:)