If you’re on the Costa del Sol during your Easter holidays, you’re lucky, because in this region of Malaga there is a lot to do for everyone. Museums, activities, gastronomy and much more. Prepare yourself for a top Easter holiday.
Different museums in the region
The Easter holidays are the ideal time to visit museums in Malaga. In Malaga itself there are 37 museums, most of which are located in the center. Several museums organize special activities during the Easter holidays. For example, Museo Picasso organizes workshops for children.
Outdoor activities in Malaga
On the Costa del Sol you can also enjoy various nature trails, such as the Gran Senda, and numerous outdoor activities: climbing, bungee jumping, caving and cycling. Of course you can also visit the natural parks of the province: Sierra de las Nieves, Reserva de la Biosfera, la Laguna de Fuente de Piedra or Torcal de Antequera.
What can you eat on the Costa del Sol?
The varied gastronomy of the Costa del Sol is one of the strong points of tourism. In this region you can enjoy dishes such as fried fish, sardines on a skewer (espetos), porra antequerana, and other specialities typical of Easter, such as lost bread (torrijas) or the borrachuelos.
Explore the nightlife on the Costa del Sol
Terraces, cafes, discotheques… During this period there is a lot to do on the Costa del Sol. As well in the capital as in the smaller towns, you will enjoy the best nightlife and current music.
The typical villages of Malaga
Another great option if you go to the Costa del Sol at Easter is to visit the typical villages of the province: Nerja, Frigiliana, Ronda, Mijas and Antequera.