Malaga – An Ultimate Destination For Fun And Adventure

If you are looking forward to select a destination that offers a perfect blend of rich culture, wide spread coastlines, architectural wonders, amazing history, stunning art work and adventure, Malaga can be an ultimate destination for you. Located in Spain, this beautiful city offers innumerable delights to the visitors. No matter, you wish to relax at the cost, enjoy water activities, explore the wilderness or taste some delicious cuisine, you can get everything here.
Visiting this place at some particular season will also allow you to become a part of the most famous festival which is organized generally in the month of August. 

Best Time to Visit
Bull Fighting In August

You can visit this place any time as the place has moderate climate but if you wish to have some fun at the Feria de Malaga festival, August can be the best month for a visit. You can also get an opportunity to enjoy bull fighting which is also organized in the same month.

Get in
Many people prefer to visit this place because there are several budget airlines that provide flights to this place. The city has the third largest airport in Spain, AGP that addresses all the major airlines from all round the world. The airport is well connected to the city and you can easily take a bus or a taxi or can opt for a ferry to reach your desired destination.

Major Attractions

1. Tivoli World
Tivoli World

This place catches the attention of tourists as it offers great fun. The Tivoli World can be looked upon as a fare where you can spend a fantastic time with your family. Enjoy the swings, watch different shows, eat at the themed restaurants and relax in the wonderful ambience of the park. There is so much to do and have fun in here.

2. Bioparc Fuengirola
Bioparc Fuengirola

It is a zoo in Malaga that serves as a reserve and is the home to several animal species. It is based on a model concept and the animals in here live in a natural habitat. Visiting this zoo will provide you an opportunity to have a look at various animals which you might have never seen.

3. Malapesquera Beach
Malapesquera Beach

This long stretched sandy beach is the first choice of the visitors. You can relax on the sand in the sun, enjoy water activities or sit in the balcony of your room and enjoy the sea-side activities. This place crowded with people most of the time.

If you are history buff, you can visit the several monuments and museums to collect more information regarding this place.
Picasso Museum
Some of the top notch places that you can visit in Malaga are Ralli Museum, Alcazaba, Picasso Museum, JoaquĆ­n Peinado museum and much more.