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Organise your event in Málaga

We help you to organise your event in Málaga

Malaga, capital of the province of the same name, is the fifth largest city in Spain in terms of population. The Mediterranean Sea bathes its coasts and the Malaga Mountains surround it, forming a mountainous barrier that defends it from the cold. Malaga has 325 days of sunshine a year, which is why it is known as the Costa del Sol. It has beaches with the highest quality and only a few kilometers away from them, the mountains. The perfect match!

Year after year, thousands of travelers choose the province of Malaga as a destination for their meetings or corporate events. Its excellent connections by land, sea and air with the rest of the cities of Spain and Europe, its privileged climate, with more than 325 days of sunshine a year, its beaches, its exquisite gastronomy and its varied leisure offer, are some of the reasons that move companies to choose the Costa del Sol as a MICE destination.

Full of historical places

Like the Alcazaba, one of the largest Arab fortresses in Andalusia, or the Gibralfaro Castle, from where you get what are probably the best views of the entire city. At the foot of the castle extends the Roman theater and a historic center made for strolling. Through its streets you can find corners such as the Atarazanas Market to have a vermouth and monuments such as the Cathedral, known as “La Manquita”, because of its unfinished right tower. A visit to its decks is not to be missed, because the experience is unique. We are in the city of Picasso, so in the center there is also a highly recommended museum dedicated to the painter and it is possible to visit his birthplace.

Variety of venues

Malaga offers a wide variety of spaces for the MICE sector, such as the Palacio de Congresos y Ferias of the capital, with more than 17,000 m2 available, and unique venues such as large estates, boutique hotels and museums. A world of possibilities for your event.

The Picasso Museum, the Thyssen, the Pompidou and the Hermitage have turned Malaga into the ‘City of Museums’. Modern museums are added to the local museums: the Muslim Alcazaba, the burritos of Mijas, the views of the Tajo de Ronda, the caves of Nerja and the dolmens of Antequera.

Variety of experiences

Thanks to the combination of sea and mountain, the activities that can be done in Malaga are endless: boat trips, diving, hiking, rafting, golf, cycling, 4×4, tapas tours, flamenco … The traditional and artisan has become fashionable in events a couple of years ago and for events highlights the added value of Malaga talking about craftsmanship, design and decoration. The network of artisans ranges from potters, jewelers, glassmakers, florists and ceramists.