Cheap holiday destinations in Malaga

Frigiliana (Málaga)

Frigiliana is one of those cheap holiday destinations that stand out for its natural environment that offers tourists an ideal place to spend their holidays, whether in the form of a fleeting weekend, in which to escape the worldly noise to immerse themselves in the tranquillity of its streets, or for longer stays.

Frigiliana’s privileged location allows us to enjoy a completely rural and peaceful environment, with the advantages of being perfectly communicated with large population centres where you can expand the offer of leisure and culture at any time of the year.

However, especially in summer, the festive, recreational and cultural offer in Frigiliana is wide, especially in August with the multitudinous Festival Frigiliana 3 Culturas, in which tens of thousands of people congregate in Frigiliana during the celebration.

We recommend that you immerse yourself in its historic centre, especially at night, when strolling through its steep streets will literally take you back in time, when you will barely hear the murmur of some neighbours gathered in the street, completely forgetting about the world outside.

Marbella

Marbella has an excellent climate, great beaches and spectacular sports complexes to get past the boredom to one side.

The white village of Marbella is worth a visit. A route through narrow streets full of charming corners that contrasts with the exclusive urbanizations that surround it and its well-known Puerto Banús.

Its facilities also offer a select leisure area made up of restaurants, bars and shops of major international fashion and luxury brands.

From Cabopino to Guadalmina, Marbella offers visitors a beautiful 26-kilometre coastline with sunny beaches with all kinds of services and where you can find hotels, residential complexes, shops and restaurants.

Torremolinos (Málaga)

Torremolinos is located in the very heart of the Costa del Sol, 12 kilometres from Málaga Capital. Its temperatures are mild all year round, which means that tourists can enjoy its beaches and services at any time of the year.

The six main beaches in Torremolinos are Los Alamos, Playamar, Bajondillo, La Carihuela, Montemar and El Saltillo. Year after year, the quality of these beaches is rewarded by the Blue Flag distinction.

In terms of nightlife, we find a multitude of bars, flamenco tablaos that are frequented by foreigners, at night the chiringuitos of the Paseo Marítimo are transformed into discotheques by the sea, this is illuminated to give way to the artists next to the sea expose their work, along with these improvised discotheques at night, which join the restaurants and cafes that remain open to the limit allowed.

Nerja (Málaga)

In the Natural Site Cliffs of Maro-Cerro Gordo we will have opportunity to visit a place that integrates natural coves, mountains, caves and sea.

An impressive environment considered a Natural Site and catalogued as a Specially Protected Area of Importance for the Mediterranean.

Nature lovers will find here a place to get lost and to breathe; for others it will be the reencounter with the immensity of the sea that shapes the cliffs with which it collides; others will find a new area for hiking or, under the waters, a very rich place to explore its seabed.

We can visit the beaches of Las Alberquillas, Cala del Cañuelo, Cala de Cantarrajián (nudist), practice canoeing, see the Aqueduct of the Eagle on the Barranco de la Coladilla, escape to the nearby caves of Nerja or visit the village of La Herradura from where to start a day of diving.

Cheap holiday destinations in Almeria

Mojacar

It is one of the most charming villages on the coast of Almeria. Its popular architecture of white houses, its beaches and its landscape are its best tourist attraction.

Its artistic heritage includes the Renaissance church of Santa María, from the 16th and 19th centuries; the castle of Mojácar, from the 15th century; and the Puerta de la Ciudad (City Gate) and the tower, the only remains of the old wall. More than five kilometres of magnificent beaches can be found at the foot of the village.

It combines an international cuisine suitable for all ages and situations, with rich traditional stews with unmistakable Arab roots, mixed with Murcian culture.

Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)

To talk about Jerez is to talk about Andalusia, and this is synonymous with festivals and fun, Autumn and Spring festivals, traditional festivals such as Easter, the Horse Fair, one of the most important in the world or motorcycles and wines and wineries.

Christmas, Horse Fair, April Fair, are some of the most important dates for Jerez de la Frontera, together with events such as the World Motorcycling Championship, the grape festival, with the traditional footprint to this treasure that gives part of the greatest jewel of the region and takes place in autumn, theatrical events, flamenco …

Chipiona (Cádiz)

Chipiona is a fishing village in the province of Cadiz which is only 30 km from the city of Jerez de la Frontera and where you can find many things to do and discover.

Chipiona is a small town of no more than 20,000 inhabitants that retains all its flavor and art, its spirit, is a town where we highlight its fish market, where you can make incredible auctions of fish that we should not miss.

Its most famous and important beach is the Sanctuary of the Virgen de Regla.

Chipiona also has the largest lighthouse in the country and one of the largest in the world, a place you should not miss.

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