Taylor Wimpey Spain wanted to share a few insights on why Malaga is being flagged as Spain’s most exciting cultural hotspot
Spain’s sixth largest city, Malaga has plenty to offer those who visit. Most who come here are firmly focused on Malaga’s beaches, which are simply beautiful, the area’s spectacular golf courses or it’s abundant nautical and equine pursuits. However, Malaga also has plenty more to offer, with a host of cultural attractions. It seems that visitors are now getting wise to that fact and spending more time taking in some culture in Malaga, as well as working on their tans.
Cultural tourism is on the increase across Spain. According to Weekenddesk, visitor numbers to cultural attractions this summer rose by 23% compared to 2017. Tourists have spent the summer months delighting in the country’s museums, galleries, and theatres. In Malaga, they have particularly enjoyed the Centre for Contemporary Art, Nerja Caves and the Picasso Museum (Andalucia’s most successful gallery).