Together with the “fiestas” during August, when the city of Malaga celebrates its incorporation to the Catholic Spanish Crown (19th of Aug. of 1487), is time for the “Feria” in the capital of the Costa del Sol.
Opening the 13th of August with an amazing fireworks show at the beach, the fair of Malaga is one event not to miss out. Live and feel the typical andalusian lifestyle: horseman, carriages, tapas, bullfight, live music, flamenco dancers, sweet wine, and all the South Spain flavour in one week of pure magical fun.
You will be able to enjoy the Downtown Fair through the historical streets of the city tasting tapas and the famous Malaga sweet wine “Pale Cream” or “Cartojal”, together with live music. From 13th to the 20th of August, from 13pm to 18pm at the historical downtown of Malaga.
Located South West of the City Centre, at the “Real de la Feria” you can visit the different booths, with typical food and live performances: live concerts, dancers, orchestras, etc. The different attractions guarantee the fun for the entire family during day and night. Open from 12pm every day from 13th to the 20th of August. Download here a detailed map of the “Real de la Feria” fair.
If you are planning to visit the fair of Malaga this August remember the city has normally more than 90% of its occupancy full by these dates. Be sure to check rental apartments or houses nearby and use public transportation to enjoy the most of this fair.