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Must Do Activities

Enjoy Malaga's Must Do Activities

Malaga Sierra de Tejeda Mountain Hiking
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This beautiful port city on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, Malaga is one of the best places to spend your vacations, especially during the winter season. So, if you are in this Spanish city during the festive season, then you must not miss these activities and local events at any cost!

Outdoor activities

Unlike summer days in Malaga enjoyment is not limited during the winter season as you get a unique climate to spend the entire day without worrying about the harsh sun rays. The city has a range of outdoor activities to choose from. Out of them, the most attractive and popular activity to try this New Year is golf, and even if you aren’t a golf lover maybe you will in this city. Well, other activities to try out are hiking, climbing, horse riding, boating, and fishing.

Visit theme park in winter

There are several theme parks and attractions in and nearby Malaga which are open during the festive season especially for tourists to enjoy. So, after enjoying your Spanish breakfast you can head to the Zoo in Fuengirola, Crocodile Park in Torremolinos, Tivoli World, Sea Life and Selwo Marina in Benalmadena, Selwo Adventure Park in Estepona and Lobo Park, one hour driving from Malaga in Antequera, where you can see authentic wolves in semi-wild reserve.

Museum Tour

Málaga Picasso Museum
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The Picasso Museum is city’s most renowned museum which honours the life and work of Malaga's most famous artist. It has recently increased its collection and now displays over 233 works of art. The Pompidou Centre is a mixture of both an art museum and art gallery which are split into three parts - a temporary exhibition space, a museum, and a children’s workshop area. Collections of this place include photography, architecture, design, video, etc. And lastly, the Carmen-Thyssen Museum displays a collection of 230 works of 19th-century Andalusian painters. On Sunday from 17:00 pm to 20:00 pm the entry of this museum is free. A bonus!

Spas and natural thermal pools

Get some wellness treatment done to yourself during your holidays. When in Malaga one must try out the free thermal pools and have a great spa experience in this chilly weather. La Poza De Los Patos, La Poza De Los Huevos, Germaine De Cappuccini Spa, Amare Marbella Beach Hotel, Marbella Hedionda Baths, Alhama Natural Pools, etc are some of the best places to head in Malaga for a relaxing experience.

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