Holidays to Guadalmar
Located to the southwest of the centre of Malaga, the district of Guadalmar sits next to the river Guadalhorce, a site of natural beauty. If you’re lucky, you might even spot birds migrating between Europe and Africa. Thanks to its protected status, the area boasts some of the most spectacular views in Spain. It’s the closest area to the airport so you’ll likely hear planes overhead during the height of the summer season.
With no promenade to spoil the view, the dark sandy beaches are a firm favourite among the LGBT community and nudists.
Playa de la Malagueta
Over a kilometre of sun-drenched sands, this beach has swell tides and is located close to the city centre of Malaga.
Explore the Roman Empire in Malaga City’s Roman Theatre, one of the largest Roman sites on the Iberian Peninsula.
Antequera Dolmens Site
A UNESCO world heritage site, this archaeological site is a collection of 6500 years old megalith monuments.
Real Club de Campo Malaga
Play a round of 18 holes at the home of golf on the Costa del Sol at Real Club de Campo Malaga.
Museo del Vidrio y Cristal
This great Museum explores the history of mankind through glass in a lovingly restored 18th Century building.
For the ultimate in luxury, enjoy a ration of freshly cooked churros dipped in thick chocolate for a true Malaga treat.
You can’t visit the area without trying the seafood. Savour the fruit of the sea at any of the restaurants in Gudalmar.
Chamber of Secrets Torremolinos
An experience like no other, the Chamber of Secrets amazes with song, comedy and magic, the sangria is pretty good too.
The Chamber Bitter Flamenca
Experience the lament of the Flamenco in Malaga’s hidden gem where locals express themselves through dance and music.
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