There are an abundance of activities in the Andalucían city of Málaga, with lots on offer for almost every demographic and type of holidaymaker, especially those who are in search of fun and frolics. The city is fast developing a reputation for great pubs and clubs – perfect for a weekend getaway of partying. |
The centre of town is particularly lively; a great destination whether you are interested in quality drinks or just want to dance to good music until the early rays of dawn. Additionally, the heart of the city is quite near where your plane will touch down, meaning the fun can start almost as soon as you leave Málaga Airport. Transfer your nights out from the grey streets of the UK to the utopia that is Andalucía.
Live music can be found at this established bar every night; the tunes played cover an impressive, diverse range of genres. The music begins at midnight and features a host of local and international artists, making ZZ Pub one of the nocturnal cultural hubs of the city. The vibe tends to be younger and loud, and the venue is dark with low ceilings – intimate yet exciting.
For those less interested in dingy basements and shadowy recesses, try the kitschy and centrally-located Sala Gold. This is the place for house and heavy BPM dance music and colourful drinks. Themes vary but there are always over-the-top chandeliers and bright lights bathing everything and everyone in neon blue and pink. There is nowhere better for dancers!
Antigua Casa Guardia
Want a bit of culture with your drinks? Visit one of Málaga native Pablo Picasso’s bars of choice, Antigua Casa Guardia. This tavern has an authentic feel, with wooden tables and cabinets, as well as massive barrels situated behind the bar, each filled with a different wine. Opened in 1840, it is also the oldest bar in the city. Try it out, and feel the history of the city.
Flamenco El Soho
This small theatre is set in the bohemian part of Málaga on a narrow street. Experience Spain in its rawest, realest form by watching the intense staccato dance that is the flamenco. The interior is simple, because it’s all about the intensity of the performance – so don’t feel bad for staring while you sip your glass of wine.
Café de Estraperlo
This one may be best left for the end of the holiday, when everyone is partied out. Café de Estraperlo is a relaxed café and bar that offers beers, gins, wines and cakes. Kick back in comfortable seating amidst the gentle background music, and recount the previous days.
How to Get There
Málaga is an easy journey, with almost all major British airlines flying daily and directly to the city. Kickstart your getaway with a pre-arranged Málaga Airport transfer, delivering you and your crew to your accommodation as quickly as possible.
So what are you waiting for? Head to Andalucía for a party holiday you’ll remember for years to come.
Lukas Johannes is a driver for Shuttle Direct, the number one provider of shared and private airport transfers all over Europe and northern Africa. If you’re looking for an affordable Malaga airport transfer Lukas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your luggage get to and from the airport swiftly and safely.
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