Malaga Meetings

enquiries@malagameetings.com
telephone 0034 610 780 473

Conferences and meetings on the Costa del Sol and Spain

  • Day trips from your local hotel to Granada, Seville, Cordoba and Gibraltar
  • Half-day trips to Ronda, Mijas, and Nerja (caves) old town, Marbella, Puerto Banús and Malaga
  • Team events such as Jeep Safari and Go-Karting

Malaga Trip

The tour will show you the beautiful, lively Mediterranean city of Malaga and its harbour. The Alcazba and the Gibralfaro Castle offer amazing views of the city. Visit the Alcazba, the ancient palace of the Arab kings of Malaga, where the Archaeological Museum is situated. The Museum contains prehistoric, Roman and Spanish-Arabic collections. The Cathedral, a National Monument, was built between the 16th and 17th centuries and provides many fine examples of Spanish sculpture. The Church of the Sangrio has a Gothic-Isabelline facade and 16th century alter decorations. The Gibralfaro Castle was completely rebuilt by the Arabs on it´s original Phoenician foundations. The Fine Arts museum has works by El Greco, Zurbaran and Ribera as well as modern and contemporary collections. In Plaza de la Merced you will see the house where Pablo Picasso was born.

Marbella Trip

The group will explore the luxury holiday resort of Marbella and the Old Marbella town, full of character. You will discover the labyrinth of narrow streets and tiny squares, the majestic main church "Iglesia de la Encarnacion" and the Moslem castle. The very heart of the Old Town, Plaza de Los Naranjos (Orange Tree square) was constructed in the 16th Century by clearing the maze of Moorish alleyways that formed their "medina". Some years ago Miguel Angel Garcia, who was fascinated by the Bonsai culture, decided to combine his hobby with his work. Visit the only existing Bonsai Museum in Spain, which is now claimed as one of the finest in Europe.

Puerto Banús Trip

Constructed in a typical Andalusian style, Puerto Banús was intended to copy old fishing ports, the most impressive boats, boutiques, pubs and a wide selection of restaurants.

Mijas Trip

Through beautiful Countryside, the coach will take the group to Mijas, a quaint Andalusian village not far from Marbella and Benalmadena. Mijas is set at about 1,500 feet above sea level, which gives it wonderful views of the countryside and coast. Its narrow streets and whitewashed houses with iron window grills are typical of the area. The village offers many shops selling local arts and crafts. The bullring in Mijas, is a strange shaped arena built when the area was under Moorish rule. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a donkey taxi ride along the village streets.

Museo del Vino de Mijas

Visit these fabuluos wine cellars located in the heart of Mijas Pueblo. They retain the characteristic atmosphere of the old cellars of Andalusia, founded in 1839.

El Museo del Vino de Mijas offers its customers top quality products. It features all types of wines as well as a selection of delicatessen items. The expert staff are attentive and can advises clients about the different specialties that can be purchased. Taste the best wines from its extensive collection in beautiful surroundings. A must on any Mijas trip.

A wine tasting (4 different wines) and an explanation of each followed by a tapas lunch makes a very enjoyable day out - request rates.

Ronda Trip

The town of Ronda, one of the oldest in Europe, is built on a magnificent natural amphitheatre in the middle of the Serrania de Ronda mountain. The town was founded by the Celts and were followed in turn by Greeks, Romans, Moors and the Christians who conquered it in 1485. All these settlers left their traces and the town has been declared an area of special historic and artistic interest. Artists and writers have always been attracted to this natural fortress town- Goya, Ernest Hemmingway and the poet Rainer Maria Rilke among them. Visit the cathedral, Casa Don Bosco, the 18th century bullring and the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge). Ronda is known as ‘the cradle of bullfighting’, Francisco Romero, who was born here in 1698 laid down the first rules of the art of bullfighting. In its museum, many historical torero outfits can be admired.

Granada Trip

This fabulous city preserves all the enchantment and mystery of eight centuries of Moorish occupation which lasted until the re-conquest by Catholic kings in 1942. Visit the Royal Chapel, a treasure house of decorative art, precious jewels and fine paintings. The Alhambra is a castle complex of worldwide fame and it is said to be the eighth wonder of the world. The Alhambras layers of walled fortifications encircle several square kilometers of immaculately manicured gardens. The Alcazar is an enchanting and unique 14th century building of countless chambers, corridors, painted tiles, inlaid ceilings, intricate inscriptions, elaborate carvings and quiet pools.

Drop us a line at enquiries at malagameetings dot com

Malaga Meetings
18 Britannia Place, Bath Street,
St Helier,
Jersey, JE2 4SU

Fax: 01534 767063

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