Is it getting too hot? Enjoy some indoor time!

Malaga Cabbie - Enjoy indoor time in Costa del Sol

Summer in Costa del Sol is getting hotter and hotter as we reach the end of July. The temperatures will keep rising proportionally to the number of tourists arriving from Malaga airport searching for good hours under the sun, cold drinks and a vivid nightlife. But if you are not a heat lover, the Malaga region offers amazing touristic options with the comfort of air conditioning and tranquil indoor places. Read bellow 5 options chosen for those who love to be in the heat, but not specifically under the sun!

  1. Malaga Cabbie - Orquidiario of Estepona

    Malaga Cabbie – Orchidarium of Estepona

    How about an arab bath followed by a relaxing massage? In Malaga, you can give a rest to your body and soul with Hammam Al Andalus. If you go to Marbella, you can also treat yourself with a beauty day as there are plenty of spas spread along the coast. Gran Melia Don Pepe, Vincci Seleccion Estrella del Mar and Melia Marbella Banus have great reviews.

  2. Families with children and teenagers also can have a lot of fun at Costa Jump in Marbella, the first indoor trampoline park in Costa del Sol, with morethan 50 interconnected trampolines. In San Pedro de Alcantara Boulevard, find Happy Days in the Costa del Sol. The space has ice skating, a mini golf and food truck trailers to keep everyone happy.
  3. For nature lovers, don’t miss the Bonsai Museum, in Marbella’s old town. It is considered one of the best wild olive tree collections in the world. In Estepona, the Orchidarium offers a 1,000 square meter live museum with a bamboo forest, 1,3000 species of orchids and a 15 meters waterfall. Fill your eyes with the beauty of 150 different species of butterflies flying freely in the Butterfly Park, in Benalmádena.
  4. There are plenty of art museums and galleries in the Costa del Sol. If you are in Marbella, visit the Ralli Museum with some of the best Latin American and European art, with works of artists like Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró and Marc Chagall. You can also see some of the spanish artist’s work in Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo, located in the 16th-century building of Hospital Bazan. Not to mention the museums dedicated to Pablo Picasso all over Malaga.
  5. Marbella is the perfect destination for shopaholics. Places like Plaza Mayor (Torremolinos), Parque Miramar (Fuengirola) and La Cañada (Marbella) offers not only some of the best brands, but also good restaurants and cinema.

To enjoy the best of your trip with security and comfort, book your journey with Malaga Cabbie. A driver will be waiting for you at the airport to make sure your holidays are perfect from start to finish!