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The best hiking trails in the Sierra Nevada

If you enjoy hiking, heading to Andalucía is a must. The region is home to the beautiful Sierra Nevada – a mountain range that is home to some of most epic hikes and scenic trails you could hope to find. Situated in the province of Granada, the Sierra Nevada is easy to get to with […]

Published on the 15 of July 2020

Hiking Sierra Nevada

The best shopping spots in Malaga

Shopping whilst on holiday is always a delight. From exploring local food markets to finding clothing items you just couldn’t get back at home, there is plenty to enjoy. Whether you are looking for unique souvenirs, a lasting reminder of your trip or just a new outfit for a dinner reservation that evening, Malaga’s shopping […]

Published on the 23 of June 2020

Calle Larios, Malaga

Where to eat in Granada

Granada is one of Andalucía’s must-visit destinations, featuring a collection of incredible historical attractions, sublime weather, and fascinating culture. Mixing both Spanish and Arab influences, Granada has a unique flavour that will make any visit to the area truly memorable. This mix of cultures also plays into its fantastic culinary scene. Everywhere you look in […]

Published on the 18 of May 2020

Granada skyline

Free things to do in Seville

Seville is a beautiful city, replete with stunning architecture, sublime weather, and fascinating history. As such, a day trip via a car rental from Malaga airport is a must! At the time of publishing this article, enjoying the city’s many treasures isn’t possible due to global circumstances but, in the future, there is so much […]

Published on the 15 of April 2020

Seville skyline

A complete guide to Malaga Holy Week in 2020

Around the world, Easter is one of the most important times of the year for Christians and a fond family occasion for non-believers also. Holy Week is an integral part of the Easter festivities and, in the Spanish city of Malaga, things are taken to the next level. With incredible processions, floats, and visual spectacles […]

Published on the 12 of March 2020

Holy Week procession

48 hours in Almería

For those planning a holiday to Andalucia, you are truly spoilt for choice. However, for a getaway that has a bit of everything, heading to beautiful Almería is an absolute must. Located in southeast Spain, the city is steeped in history, with signs of its past found everywhere you look, from historic fortresses and beautiful […]

Published on the 18 of February 2020

Almeria in Spain

What to see and do in Mijas

When it comes to memorable holidays in Andalucía, there is no shortage of wonderful locations to visit. Yet another is the municipality of Mijas in the Costa del Sol. Mijas is made up of two areas, the charming and historic town of Mijas Pueblo and the coastal Mijas Costa. From historic sites and top hiking […]

Published on the 16 of January 2020

Mijas in Spain

Why you should ski in Sierra Nevada

When thinking of sunny southern Spain, skiing might not be the first activity that comes to mind. But did you know that Granada is home to an incredible ski resort? Sierra Nevada, meaning ‘mountain range covered in snow’, is easy to get to with a car rental in Malaga being just a 1.5-hour drive away. […]

Published on the 13 of December 2019

Sierra Nevada skiing

How to enjoy a day out in Jaén

Jaén is certainly one of southern Spain’s most attractive cities. Known for its olive oil production, incredible fortresses, and beautiful architecture, there is so much to love. Heading to Jaén on a day trip is a simple matter when utilising a car rental from Malaga and should definitely be on your to-do list for your […]

Published on the 14 of November 2019

View of Jaen Cathedral

How to book ticket to the gigantic Pulpi geode next to Almeria

Have you ever seen a gigantic geode? We give you the guidelines for how to book tickets to the Pulpi Geode, a crystal cave, next to Almeria. Pulpi is a village with less than 10,000 inhabitants and is located 112 km north of Almeria in the direction of Murcia. There has always been mining in […]

Published on the 30 of September 2019

Pulpi Geode

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