A tour of the provinces of Andalusia: destination wedding in Malaga

Today we finish our tour of the provinces of Andalusia, providing some ideas for your destination wedding in Malaga and its surroundings.

SIGHTS AND LANDMARKS IN MÁLAGA

The history of the city of Málaga has left numerous sites of archaeological remains that you can visit in many museums.

Strolling through its historic center, you can visit places such as the Roman Theater of the 1st century A.D. and whose remains were discovered in 1951. And also the Alcazaba, an Arab-era fortress built in the 11th century.

Málaga Cathedral is a majestic building whose aesthetic represents the time when it was built, the 15th century. It’s one of the Renaissance jewels of Andalusia.

Another must-see visit is the Picasso Museum where you can see a very interesting selection of the work of this artist.

And don’t forget to take a walk along the most commercial Street of the city, Larios Street, the main Street of the city center and one of the most beautiful streets in Spain.

In addition to visiting the city of Málaga, you can organize visits to charming villages in the province.

Frigiliana for example, is one of the most beautiful white villages with its narrow streets and whitewashed walls. Strolling through this village, you will find hidden corners, houses decorated with pots of various colors and craft shops.

destination wedding Málaga

Visiting Ronda means making a journey back in time, through its Palaces, Roman Theatres, its Arab baths and its caves. This city divided by a natural canyon, the Tajo, and connected by a bridge built in the 18th century, is one of the most picturesque places in Andalusia.

Another essential activity is undoubtedly to walk the Caminito del Rey. A walk of more than 7 kilometers through which you can walk the natural place Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, a canyon with stunning landscapes that will leave you open-mouthed.

Marbella, the jewel of the Costa del Sol, offers many activities of leisure, beach and sun. But also a walk through its historic center reveals the charm of a small typical Andalusian village.

Málaga and the Costa del Sol offer innumerable activities for your guests during their stay for your destination wedding in Andalusia, enjoying in addition to a Mediterranean climate with more than 300 days of sunshine a year.

GASTRONOMY

The gastronomy of the province of Málaga, is very varied, as it offers products from both the sea and the land. You can try fish dishes, especially grilled, and tasty meats and fresh vegetables.

Among the typical dishes we find the cold soups, the ajoblanco, espeto, rabo de Toro a la rondeña, and among the desserts, the torta malagueña.

VENUES FOR YOUR DESTINATION WEDDING IN MÁLAGA

If you would like to get married in the province of Málaga, this area offers different venues for a unique destination wedding.

You can choose castles with sea views or fincas surrounded by beautiful gardens, and with a typical Andalusian air.

boda de destino Málaga

But if you want a more elegant wedding in an extraordinary setting, you can choose venues in Marbella, such as mansions, estates and luxury hotels, or also private clubs for a beach wedding.

boda de destino Málaga

If you choose an amazing villa, you can have accomodation for yourself and your closest relatives.

In these villas you can have a very special and elegant wedding. A fairytale wedding for romantic couples…

As you can see, Andalusia offers a wide variety of venues for weddings of different styles. But always with that special touch that characterizes this land full of history, magic and a lot of charm.

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHERS: Doncel y Alcoba / Anna & Mateo

 

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