Have you just moved to Malaga and looking for things to do? If so, we have great news for you! Malaga is one of the most tourists visited cities in Spain, where you can find yourself enjoying amazing outdoor activities, visiting marvellous beaches and educating on cultural and historical infrastructures.

At CeleBreak, we provide playing opportunities for people who are passionate about the beautiful game and want to connect with like-minded peers. At the same time, we search and collate information about other important aspects of life alongside football. Life in Malaga is not only about playing football; therefore, we have collected a list of things you can do while living in Malaga.

Top Things To Do no. 1: CeleBreak Pick Up Football Malaga

We start with the king of the to-do list – football. There are plenty of great things to do and see while in Malaga, but nothing comes close to football, does it? At CeleBreak, we make it incredibly easy for people like you who do not have time to organise or look for other ways how and where to play. We organise matches for you, meaning you just need to choose the best time based upon your availability and the rest will be taken care of by us.  

At CeleBreak, we play easy 7-a-side games that are organised by our well-trained organisers who make sure the teams are equal and always motivated. Our CeleBreak Malaga football community is one of the largest across our network, which will guarantee you plenty of opportunities to participate.

You can find a full guide on how to become a part of CeleBreak’s Malaga football community here.

Top Things To Do no. 2: City Tours

There is no better way to get straight to the heart of a new place than signing up for a city tour. Malaga is full of gorgeous places where you can enjoy sightseeing or try out various activities; thus, there are multiple tours that will provide you with an unforgettable experience while exploring the best of what Malaga has to offer. The tours include walking around the city, biking, Segway, sightseeing excursions, electric car trips and even food tours.

Malaga Walking Tour

Speaking of every tour, Malaga Evening Walking Tour is one of the most popular choices among tourists who visit Malaga. On tour, you will be able to learn about the history and architecture of Malaga, including popular landmarks of Plaza de la Constitucion and El Teatro Romano. Full details about the tour can be found here.

Biking Tour

Biking is one of the most popular activities in Spain, and Malaga is more than the perfect place to get started. A 2-hour long Biking Tour of Malaga is extremely popular even at this time of the year, with hundreds of travellers booking their place in advance. You will travel from site to site in a leisurely fashion, discovering the best sights of Malaga. Full details can be found here.

Segway Tour

Segways have become one of the most convenient modes of transportation, and Malaga is undoubtedly the perfect city to enjoy your ride. A 2-hour Segway Tour will let you explore the most fascinating sights of Malaga including the Cathedral, the Picasso Museum and the Plaza de la Merced. A full Segway tour guide can be found here.

Bus Tour

Sightseeing excursions are another great way of getting to know the city, with Benalmadena Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour one of the favourites among the city travellers from abroad. A 24-hour ticket will give you access to travel around the Costa del Sol and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Puerto Marina and Tivoli World Park. A full information guide can be read here.

Car Tour

An Electric Car Tour around Malaga is one of the most innovative and unique ways to explore the beauty of Malaga. You will be driving a car yourself, with a guiding instructor driving in front of you, who will accommodate you at all times. You will be enjoying the beautiful views that the city brings in a slightly different but fun and safe way. Full details about the tour can be found here.

Tapas Tour

Finally, who does not want to try Malaga’s local cuisine? If you are an eager food lover, we have a special offer for you! Malaga Tapas Tour provides you with a chance to try out Malaga’s most famous local dishes and drinks. Additionally, you will be given educational lessons on various recipes to try out later yourself. Full information about the tour can be found here.

Top Things To Do no. 3: Art, Culture and Cinema

Gaining a real sense of the city’s culture is one of the top priorities for anyone looking to form a stronger bond with the place they are in. Luckily for you, Malaga is the perfect city for cultural explorations, as it is highly renowned for its rich cultural scene, which is packed with numerous magnificent museums, galleries and even outdoor cinema.

Picasso Museum

What better place to start than the Museum of perhaps the most famous artists in history, Pablo Picasso. The Museum was opened back in 2003, Malaga, Picasso’s birthplace, and is the most visited Museum in Andalusia with more than 500 thousand visitors each year. The Museum showcases some of the artist’s finest work, which is recognised worldwide to this day. Full details about the Picasso Malaga Museum tour can be found here.

Roman Theater & Alcazaba

The Roman Theater and the medieval Alcazaba Castle are the other two most famous historic landmarks of Malaga. During a 1.5-hour walking tour, you will uncover Malaga’s ancient Roman history while exploring the ruins of the Roman Theater and will admire the fascinating architecture of the Alcazaba Castle. A full tour guide can be read here.

Historical Centre of Malaga

Malaga’s historical centre and its cathedral are the core elements of the city’s rich culture and history. A 2-hour guided tour will let you explore some of the key landmarks of the city’s history including Calle Granada, Plaza de la Constitucion and the Picasso Foundation. After visiting some of Malaga’s most famous historical landmarks, you will get a chance to step inside the gorgeous Cathedral of Malaga. Full details about the tour can be found here.

Outdoor Cinema

Finally, if you want to watch a good movie whilst on the beach, Malaga has it covered for you as well. The Cine Abierto screens hundreds of movies a year and is the perfect outdoor cinema event for all tourists. You can find a detailed summer schedule here.

Top Things To Do no. 4: Outdoor Activities

After spending marvellous time in a cultural setting, it is time to get a little bit more adventurous and engage in some outdoor activities. Thanks to Malaga’s fascinating natural diversity, the city is not only famous for its rich culture but also for the possibilities to enjoy adventurous outdoor activities.

Aircraft Flight

We start with something extremely adventurous, something that you do not get a chance to do very often. Flight in a light aircraft is a fantastic activity for anyone who is looking to see the wonderful sights of the city of Malaga from a bird’s view. An hour-long trip will also give you an immense adrenaline rush, in addition to a few theoretical classes that will teach you what it is like to fly an aircraft. You can book your flight over the city of Malaga here.

Paragliding and Paramotoring

From the sky to the sky. It is good to know that flying a plane is not the only activity that can be done in the sky. Paragliding and Paramotoring are extremely popular among tourists who visit Malaga; thus, we invite you to book the Paratrike flight without hesitation. You will enjoy the wonderful landscapes of the emblematic bridge of Ronda, El Tajo, while getting the adventure you always wanted. You can book the Paratrike flight here.

Buggy Trip

We go back to the land and what can be better than a powerful 4-wheel buggy drive. On this tour, you will explore the countryside and the landscape of the Costa del Sol including the ancient cattle tracks, olive groves and vineyards. You can book your Malaga buggy trip here.

There are plenty more outdoor and sporting activities you can get involved during your stay in Malaga; therefore, we recommend you read our blog post fully dedicated to the best sporting activities in Malaga here.

Top Things To Do no. 5: Food and Drinks

Spanish cuisine and drinks have always been at the forefront of contemporary European dining. Every region offers some fantastic food and beverage, and Malaga certainly belongs to one of the most gourmet places in Spain. The tapas, gazpacho, tortilla, paella and local wine are simply in a different league if made and served correctly.

Wine and Tapas Tour

The food and drinking tour is perfect for anyone who wants to experience Malaga’s local cuisine and gain some knowledge about its most famous recipes. It is a 3.5-hour long tour, delivered in small groups that will guide you through all the culinary secrets Malaga has to offer. You can book the tour here.

Chocolate Making Tour

Who does not want a bit of sweetness in their lives? A visit to a local chocolate factory is definitely something to die for, as it offers the opportunity to try out some of the best self-made chocolate and ice-cream in town. Mayan Monkey Mijas is an award-winning chocolate factory in Malaga, voted by the guests as the best in Spain. You can book your Malaga chocolate tour here.

In addition to the drink and food tours, Malaga has numerous wonderful restaurants where you will have a chance to taste some of the best Mediterranean food on the planet. You can find a full list of the best restaurants in Malaga here.  

And if you want to pop in for a drink, we also have a full list of the best sports bars in Malaga here.


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