Discover your dream holidays with Ruralidays. On this bord you will find the hotspots of the province of Málaga. Sight seeing, beaches, delicious food, cute…
It is no wonder that Nerja has been recently declared the most charming coastal town of Spain. Despite being relatively small, its 22,000 inhabitants can brag about crystal-clear waters, 16km-worth of sandy beaches, and many other activities that make Nerja a must-see if you are on the East side of the province of Malaga.🌊☀️
The city of Ronda charms everyone who visits it, thanks to its location, its splendid panoramic views and the spectacular Serranía de Ronda that envelops it, so much that even famous writers such as Ernest Hemingway and Rainer Maria Rilke fell in love with Ronda. Its romantic atmosphere attracts visitors from all over the world, who daily enjoy this little town and its famous Puente Nuevo.🏕️
Do you also have a love for sunsets? Then you should definitely visit the Malaga port by night. There you can drink a cocktail, or have some diner at one of the cute restaurants. Whichever your decision is, for sure you will have an unforgettable evening, with a fantastic view.
Belonging to West Costa del Sol, Marbella is Malaga province’s second most inhabited city. It is known to be one of the most popular and glamorous destinations in the south of Spain, where the famous Marina of Puerto Banús and the posh spots of the city blend with the most authentic tradition of the Old Town.
If you´re planning on visiting Torrox next summer, you must stop by the central Plaza de la Constitución. It welcomes buildings such as the Casa de la Joya, the Town Hall and the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación. However, its most appealing feature are the 600 colourful umbrellas with which the square gets decorated in summer.
With this Cable Car you will discover Benalmádena in a spectacular way! The Cable Car of Benalmádena, known as “Teleférico” leads from Tivoli Park up to Mount Calamorro, 771 metres above sea level. From here, you can enjoy the stunning views of the sea and make the most of the hiking routes.