The annual Malaga Jazz Festival, a significant autumn event in Malaga, gathers talented musicians and vocalists at
the Cervantes Theatre stage. The forthcoming edition marks the 37th year of this celebration.      


  • On Monday, November 6th, saxophonist Joe Lovano and guitarist Jakob Bro will perform in the opening concert,
    forming a sextet to honor drummer and composer Paul Motian. Joe Lovano will also be awarded the Malagajazz Prize in recognition of his saxophone prowess.
  • Tuesday, November 7th features Maria Schneider and the Classijazz Big Band. Schneider, renowned as one of the world’s top big band composers, will lead an orchestra featuring some of Spain’s finest musicians.
  • On Wednesday, November 8th, the Ron Carter Foursight will unite Ron Carter on double-bass, Renee Rosnes on piano, Jimmy Greene on tenor saxophone, and Payton Crossley on drums. Carter, a highly esteemed jazz musician, will showcase his expertise during this performance.
  • Thursday, November 9th presents Andrea Motis and Marco Mezquida, regulars on the Cervantes Theatre stage and among Spain’s leading jazz musicians. Motis, a vocalist and alto saxophonist, joins forces with pianist Mezquida.
  • Friday, November 10th highlights the Shai Maestro Quartet, led by Maestro on piano, with Philip Dizack on trumpet, Joe Martin on double-bass, and Ofri Nehemya on drums.
  • Saturday, November 11th features jazz singer Youn Sun Nah, accompanied by pianist Benjamin Moussay. Sun Nah, known for her captivating vocals, will perform new songs with Moussay, recognized as one of France’s top pianists.
  • Sunday, November 12th showcases Paquito D’Rivera in a concert titled “10 years without Bebo,” paying
    tribute to the legendary Bebo Valdés and featuring some of Valdés’ most famous jazz compositions.
  • The Malaga Jazz Festival concludes on Monday, November 13th with a performance by Mulatu Astatke, a renowned musician and composer who pioneered ‘ethio-jazz.’ He will present this unique blend
    of jazz, soul-funk, traditional Ethiopian music, and African funk with his band.

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Fuengirola will celebrate its VI Half Marathon on November 12th. The event is certified by the Spanish Athletics Federation, and registration will open on May 14th through the website This information was provided by the Sports Councillor, María Hernández, who also announced that this year, as a new addition, a 5-kilometer race will be organized to run concurrently. 

“We are launching the 2023 Half Marathon, which will take place on November 12th this year. It’s a great date because it’s a race that many athletes who participate in various similar races in our
region take part in, and we have chosen to schedule it during the cooler months, just before the Half Marathon and the Málaga Marathon,” said the councilor, emphasizing that “this year, in addition to the Half Marathon, we will also have a 5-kilometer race for those who are not up for the 21 kilometers of the Half Marathon.


Michael Legend, a tribute to Michael Jackson, is a musical show considered the best dedicated to the King of Pop. It’s a performance where we can enjoy the world’s best Michael Jackson impersonator alongside an excellent musical ensemble, a talented team of dancers, backing vocalists, and guest artists. It’s a show for all audiences that offers his most well-known repertoire, including the most iconic compositions of his career.


Michael Legend made its debut in September 2009, becoming the first show of its kind in Spain. This year marks the 15th season of this artistic project, which has been witnessed by over a million people during these 15 years. In the past eight seasons, Michael Legend, with Ben Jackson, has achieved significant success, with several sold-out performances in cities like Valencia (Palau de les Arts), Valladolid (Miguel Delibes), Vigo (Mar de Vigo), Logroño (Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones), A Coruña (Palacio de la Ópera), Zaragoza (Palacio de Congresos), among many other cities throughout the country. Michael Legend has also graced the GRAN VIA in Madrid for a month and a half, receiving great acclaim from the audience and the media.


A lyrical music event featuring the Ntra. Sra. de la Encarnación Choir and tenor Frank Camelot. Additionally, there will be performances by both classical and modern Flamenco dance academies. And there will also be a surprise in store for the audience’s enjoyment.


A new edition of the ‘Fuengirola Comic-Con will take place at the ‘Recinto Ferial’ de Fuengirola. One of the biggest
conventions of this kind in Spain there will be all kinds of activities such as cosplay, photocalls and K-pop.


Every year, the number of Valery Meladze’s fans grows, thanks to his unique voice and brilliant charisma. Everything in his work is like in life: passion and romance, tenderness and drama, joy and the pain of loss. For almost thirty years, he has enjoyed the constant attention and affection of the audience. Each of his songs is a whole story: “How beautiful you are today,” “Sera,” “I can’t live without you,” “No more attraction,” “Foreigner,” “Tequila Love,” “Contrary,” “Sky.”


Few musicians can maintain the audience’s attention and love for such a long time and with such steadfastness, but Valery has an astonishing personal magnetism. Along with his older brother, Konstantin, the author of all his songs, they have created a unique direction in modern Russian popular music. And this is the music of Meladze, which you can immerse yourself in during concerts starting from November 2023 as part of a concert tour across Europe.


For the first time in Málaga, this is a very special concert featuring local band 2YY2, paying tribute to the iconic Canadian trio Rush, widely regarded as the pioneers and foremost leaders of contemporary progressive hard rock. This concert offers a  one-of-a-kind opportunity that no fan of Rush or Rock music, in general, should miss.


Rush is considered one of the most influential and successful rock bands in history. They have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and have a dedicated fanbase. Their style of music, which combines progressive rock, hard rock and heavy metal, has been widely recognized as innovative and groundbreaking. They have been cited as an inspiration for many other rock bands and musicians.


Málaga will host the Final 8 of the Davis Cup Final 2023. The Davis Cup, a time-honored men’s tennis team competition, is renowned as the most ancient and prestigious of its kind, held on an annual basis in the latter part of the year. In 1900, the inaugural official Davis Cup contest took place at the Longwood Cricket Club in Boston, Massachusetts, where the United States faced off against Great Britain, and the home team emerged as the victor. Originally dubbed the International Lawn Tennis Challenge, it was subsequently renamed in recognition of Dwight Davis, the American player who originated the idea.


We invite you to a unique event where you can listen to the songs of the legendary band Metallica performed by Scream Inc., accompanied by a symphony orchestra. The band will present symphonic
versions of the songs immortalized in the 1999 S&M album. SCREAM INC., known as one of the best Metallica tribute bands in the world. Since the beginning of their activity, the band has performed over 1,000 concerts in countries such as Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, the
Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Poland, and Ukraine, with sold-out performances.


Get ready to experience all the magic like you’ve never experienced it before through the enchanting melodies and iconic themes from the Harry Potter movies. All of this will come to life in a stunning symphonic performance.

We’re thrilled to announce the upcoming “Harry Potter Music” concert performed by a world-class symphony orchestra, taking place on December 3rd at FYCMA, Málaga. We promise it will be a night you’ll never forget!

Imagine this: Relive the excitement of hearing that iconic music from your favorite scenes, performed by a symphony orchestra that transports you to the magical world, allowing you to relive the magic of Harry Potter in a completely new way.


This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the enchanting music that has captured hearts all around the world. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or simply love beautiful music, this concert is not to be missed.



Pure enjoyment for fans of the movie and musical success!

Alongside sisters Elsa and Anna and their friends, the audience will immerse themselves in a musical journey full of adventures with the stars of this new ice musical show!

With an impressive stage setup, this new ice musical show will provide an unforgettable performance that combines ice dancing and circus art. This stunning show will give the audience a magical adventure in the world of fairy tales.


The most well-known songs from the world’s most successful animated films, Frozen 1 and Frozen 2, will finally come to European stages. What’s more, they will do so in a spectacular way: as an ice show!



The magic of Christmas has arrived at the theaters, and you can’t miss this magical and humor-filled show for the whole family! Magician Nebek has prepared a unique experience that will surprise and delight your audience. It’s the perfect show for the holidays!

This show promises to be an unforgettable experience for everyone.


What can you expect from the show? Much more than magic tricks! Magician Nebek will take you on a magical journey through Christmas, with the special participation of Santa Claus and a Christmas elf. You will witness the most incredible magic tricks and experience the excitement of Christmas like never before.



In the guise of a children’s story – where dolls spring to life on Christmas Eve and whisk a young girl away on enchanting adventures – The Nutcracker explores the yearning for lost innocence and the collision between the harsh realities of adulthood and the dreamlike realm of childhood.

In 2017, the renowned soloist of the Kiev Opera Theatre, Viktor Ishchuk, established a stable ensemble featuring Ukraine’s most exceptional talents, aiming to showcase the artistry, skill, and professionalism of Ukrainian artists to a global audience.

The Kiev Ballet is dedicated to upholding traditions and the essence of classical ballet in its purest form. Each performance is a sensory delight characterized by the simplicity of the choreography, the precision of its movements, the virtuosity of its lead dancers, and the opulence and splendor of its stage designs and costumes.


Following the resounding success of their inaugural tour of Spain in 2022, the Kiev Ballet is returning to Spain’s most prestigious venues with a fresh production of The Nutcracker.



Sultan of Swings is an exciting and talented tribute group that pays homage to the legendary British band Dire Straits. With an incredible ability to capture the musical essence and spirit of the iconic ensemble led by Mark Knopfler, Sultan of Swings offers a unique and thrilling experience for music fans of all ages.


Comprised of a passionate and highly experienced group of musicians, Sultan of Swings has dedicated countless hours to rehearsals and study to perfect every musical and stage detail of their performance. From the distinctive guitar riffs to the characteristic vocal arrangements, the band faithfully recreates the magic and energy of Dire Straits’ concerts, transporting the audience to an authentic nostalgic experience. With a carefully curated selection of Dire Straits’ most iconic hits, Sultan of Swings invites the audience to relive timeless classics such as “Sultans of Swing,” “Money for Nothing,” “Brothers in Arms,” and many others. Each performance is a journey back in time, where familiar chords and evocative lyrics blend to awaken memories and emotions.




Summer is right here and once again, Aloha Hill Club Kid’s Club will reopen again from 3rd of July until 31st of August.

For those families with children, one of the best ways for parents to relax and make most of their time is to take advantage of the Kid’s Club.

While you can relax at the pool bar or at the semi-olympic swimming pool or perhaps spending time in the gym & spa, you can leave your children in hands of our child-care specialist who will monitor and organize lots of activities and fun for your children.


Open each day from Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 14:00 July and August


Monday 10.00-10.15
Bienvenidos / Welcome

10.15-12.30 Indoor games
competition (mini futbol, billiard, basketball, ping-pong)

12.30/13.00 Snack Time.

13.00-14.00 Chill out time
(watching movies, cartoons)


Tuesday 10.00-10.15
Bienvenidos / Welcome

10.15 -12.30 Indoor games
competition (mini futbol, billiard, basketball, ping-pong) 12.30-13.00 Snack

13.00-13.45 Art room:
Drawing (¨summer¨ topic different techniques: color pencil, watercolor, etc)

13.45-14.00 Presentation of
works painted, evaluation, giving grands for the best results.


Wednesday 10.00-10.15
Bienvenidos / Welcome

10.15 -11.15 Indoor games
competition (mini futbol, billiard, basketball, ping-pong) 11.15-12.30 Art room
(handwork): making your own flip flops/ballet girls Sculpture of plasticine

12.30-13.00 Snack Time.

13.00-14.00 Drawing summer
/ free topic (watercolor, color pencil) 18.00 Chill out time (watching movies,
cartoons, listening to music)



Thursday 10.00-10.15 Bienvenidos / Welcome

10.15 -12.30 Indoor games competition (mini futbol,
billiard, basketball, ping-pong, bowling)

12.30-13.00 Snack Time.

13.00-14.00 Art room (handwork): Make your own
summer postcard




Friday 10.00-10.15 Bienvenidos / Welcome

10.15 -12.30 Indoor games competition (mini futbol,
billiard, basketball, ping-pong)

12.30-13.00 Snack Time.

13.00-14.00 Art room (handwork): Make your own air
balloon/ bracelet.

Outside funny games (¨Estafeta¨ competition in 2
teams, hunters&ducks, hot potato, statues freeze, petanca, hide and seek,
Shooting like Robin Hood). 🙂

Evaluation of the scores achieved (points),
determination of the winners, giving presents for the best results, and


COST:  5 EUROS PER CHILD  – Children from 4 years old

All Stars Summit 2023. Promoting Costa del Sol as a global gourmet destination

Producers from “Sabor a Málaga”, the Malaga Provincial Council’s brand for promoting the Malaga agri-food sector, will take part in the Marbella All Stars gourmet event, to be held on the 19th and 21st of June. More than 200 prestigious brands will gather at the 8th edition of this event, focused on promoting the image of the Costa del Sol as a gourmet and golf coast. In addition, half a hundred chefs will prepare their proposals.

The All Stars Summit 2023 is carrying out innovative work to continue promoting the consumption of local “Sabor a Málaga” products through the alliance that has been achieved with Alcampo Marbella. There is also a nod to Golf through the collaboration with Santa María Golf in Marbella, which this year is being strengthened on the occasion of the Solheim Cup. The “GO&GO Menu” will be presented at Santa María Golf de Marbella with golf-themed dishes made with Alcampo products. The presentation press conference, held today, was attended by María Asenjo, Director of Grupo All Stars, Leonor García-Agua, Director of Sabor a Málaga, Carmen Auñón, Director of Alcampo Marbella and Pedro Batista, Director of Santa María Golf.

The two stages of the All Stars Summit 2023 will have the following program: on 19th June, at the Hotel IPV Palace & Spa in Fuengirola, a meeting and a gourmet catwalk will be held from 10.30 a.m., dealing with topics such as the keys to making the Costa del Sol visible as a global gourmet destination and the collaboration between Alcampo and “Sabor a Málaga”.                                        

And on 21 June, from 19.30 hours, at the Hotel Santa María Golf Marbella, the repercussion of the Solheim Cup and the formulas to maximize it will be analyzed, closing the meeting with a tasting of the Go&Go Menu.



LIV GOLF VALDERRAMA EVENT (30 June – 2 July, 2023)

For the first time ever, the Liv Golf League will play thrilling matches at Real Club Valderrama on the Costa del Sol from June 30 through July 2. This three-day event will delight golf enthusiasts by displaying some of the top golf talent available. Among the golfers competing are Sergio Garcia, Cam Smith, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Phil Mickelson and Brooks Koepka. 

As the first stop in Continental Europe for this international golf league, Real Club Valderrama is the ideal golf course for this competition.

SOLHEIM CUP (18 – 24 September, 2023)

The international women’s golf competition, the Solheim Cup, will be held in Andalucia in 2023 at the Finca Cortesín, near Casares, Málaga. The European and American Teams will face off in the international women’s golf championship, which will run from September 18 to September 24, 2023.

For the first time ever, the Ryder Cup for women will be staged in Spain, notably in the region of Andalusia, making the region and the Costa del Sol important key reference for the sport in general.

The event will take place at Finca Cortesín, one of Spain’s top golf courses that has hosted a number of mayor competitions, including three World Match Play Championships. It distinguishes out as contemporary course with 2017-renovated greens. 

ALOHA HILL CLUB (Sports Connection)

Aloha Hill Club has always supported and provided first class accommodation for multiple kind of sports events, whether for elite, amateur athletes or sports clubs.

A superb starting point for all levels of cyclists and triathletes looking for mountain, road and natural cycle and running routes through the unique and diverse surrounding countryside  (image below with the great road sprinter Mario Cipollini)

Tennis clubs such as Karolina Pliskova’s academy from Czech Republic also put their confidence in Aloha Hill Club and enjoyed our installations on various occasions.

For these Golf editions, once again, Aloha Hill Club aims to provide accommodation for athletes, organisers or visitors, and to this end, we are proud to deliver and provide the best service

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Andalucía’s Natural Tourism

One of the most joyful aspects of visiting or living in Andalucia is the beauty of the natural landscape, ranging from rugged snow-capped mountains to its coveted coastline, swathes of natural forests and sandy desert dunes, you cannot fail to be moved.

You may not realise just how much there is to enjoy, protected Natural Parks cover over 30 per cent of the land in Andalucia, ensuring unspoilt natural habitats, clean air and the preservation of wildlife and of course spectacular views. Andalucia also boasts two National Parks within the region, Doñana and Sierra Nevada, which are afforded the highest level of protection in order to safeguard the wildlife, plants and unspoilt terrain.

To provide a further level of protection UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation) has designated eight areas in Andalucia as ‘biospheres’, based on their important ecosystems, flora, fauna and natural resources. UNESCO biospheres are protected by conservation orders that guarantee only sustainable development, which is why homes in these areas, like Siesta’s ‘The Oakhill’ and ‘Oakhill Heights’ are highly coveted, as the landscapes, fresh air and views are guaranteed with a protected biosphere reserve.

Here are four of Andalucia’s must-see biosphere reserves:

Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada is situated close to Granada and was designated as a UNESCO biosphere in 1986. This National Park is arguably the most well-known and is famed for its high mountain range, the second highest mountain in Europe behind the Alps, making Andalucia one of the few destinations where you can be sunbathing on beach in the morning and within a couple of hours drive, be skiing down the slopes. The park also covers an enormous expanse of rivers, gorges, lakes, lagoons, forests and stunning natural flora. It is popular not only with skiers but also hikers, cyclists and campers.

Parque Nacional de Doñana

Bird watchers will already know about this beautiful National Park, as it is one of the most important wetlands in Europe, and home to an incredible variety of birds. Many species migrate to the park from all over Europe and as far as Africa, including geese and flamingos and it is also home to the largest colony of Spanish Eagles in the world. The park covers an incredible 1,300km² and spans three provinces, Cadiz, Huelva and Seville. It is only possible to visit the park by taking an organised trip via the El Acebuche Visitors Centre with an official guide, cars are prohibited and access is strictly limited.

Sierra de las Nieves

Nestled in the foothills of the mountains behind Marbella, Sierra de las Nieves covers an area spanning 18,530 hectares, which is mainly agricultural land, abundant with incredible forests of fir, chestnuts and olives. It is also the natural habitat of mountain goats, amongst other indigenous wildlife. The area was designated a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1995. Visitors are drawn to the park to soak up the wild landscapes dense with wild flora and fauna, and the terrain is fantastic for horse riding, trekking and climbing.

Sierra de Grazalema

This natural park is blessed with over 1,300 varieties of indigenous Mediterranean plants, many unique to this specific park. The abundance of natural flora, including rare Spanish fir forests, is a result of the area’s incredible amount of rain fall each year, in fact this corner of Cadiz has been dubbed the ‘wettest place in Spain’. Of the park’s 51,695 hectares, 3,000 are designated as the Reserve Area, as this sector includes the most delicate ecosystems, ancient forests and Eagle colonies, and therefore access is restricted. If you would like to visit the restricted zone, this can be arranged via the visitors centre in Cortes de la Frontera.

If you are planning on visiting Marbella to soak up the atmosphere and explore the exquisite biosphere reserves, why not stay in the heart of golf valley at the Aloha Hill Club boutique resort, where the luxury accommodation nestles amongst tropical gardens and is surrounded by stunning countryside. The 5-star facilities include a Spa, swimming pool, restaurant, bodega and the on-site concierge service is on-hand to help 24 hours a day.

Why you must visit the Museo Picasso Malaga

When landing at Malaga airport, quite often visitors jump straight into a taxi, turn right and head west, without a second thought about the city of Malaga and what attractions it could have to offer. As the birth place of the world-famous artist Pablo Picasso, one must-see attraction is the Museo Picasso Malaga. 

Set in the Palacio de Buenavista, in the city’s historic centre close to the cathedral, Alcazaba and Roman Theatre, this wonderful museum is run by the Fundación Museo Picasso Málaga with the sole purpose of ensuring that this important artist’s work is conserved and accessible for all to view and study. 

The permanent collection is presented chronologically, showing the progress of the artist’s work, from learning to paint, to sculpture, cubism, reimagining the great masters and drawing like a child. The latest additions in the Restaurant, The Three Graces and Head of a Bull. 

Yet, the museum offers much more than Picasso’s work, throughout the year there are other exhibitions such as Geneologies of Art (history of art as visual art). A display that brings together 250 authors and artists who provide iconic images and words to represent the history of art.

Towards the end of 2020, Reflection of an Era by Meret Oppenheim (October to February 2021), will provide the first retrospective of this major European artist in 30 years. The display will feature over 120 ceramics, sculptures, drawings, furniture, jewellery and fashion designs. The story starts with her early years in Switzerland where Carl Gustav Jung encouraged her to paint her dreams, through Paris where she developed her original style before distancing herself from the surrealists and returning to Switzerland. 

In 2021, Metamorphosis by Miguel Barceló (March to June 2021), taking its name from Kafka’s novel, will present 100 pieces of work including paintings, ceramics and bronzes, representing the theme of transformation through laceration and fragmentation. 

The museum reopened mid-May 2020, after a brief sojourn due to the Covid-19 lockdown, so it is possible to plan your visit and buy tickets online

Picasso Museum Málaga
Palacio de Buenavista, Calle San Agustín 8, 
29015 Málaga
Opening hours: Every day 10.00 – 19.00

How to get a taste of Marbella in two days

With news channels full of the Spanish Government’s efforts to ensure the beaches and hotels are open in time for the summer season, it is easy to forget that Marbella (and the Costa del Sol) has so much more to offer than sun, sand and sea.  It is not by accident that Marbella, consistently holds the top spot as one of the world’s most popular destinations.  

So, if you were planning to take a whistle stop tour, what should you do to get a taste of Marbella’s many different facets?  Undoubtedly there is a plethora of stunning beaches blessed with fine golden sand and the clear blue Mediterranean Sea, but there are also Michelin starred restaurants, for example homegrown culinary star Dani Garcia boasts 3 Michelin stars, and of course there are multiple historic sites which pay testament to the area’s Moorish history, the most famous of which is Marbella’s Old Town. 

If you want to make a big splash on your first night you could head to Puerto Banús, the glitzy marina awash with super yachts and lined with designer stores, restaurants and bars.  Take it slow with a spot of people watching or get into the party spirit when the sun goes down. 

If you fancy seeing a little more of a traditional bustling Spanish village you could head to San Pedro de Alcántara, a bustling busy town just a few minutes’ drive to the west of Puerto Banús, where you’ll find shaded plazas and narrow streets packed with Mom and Pop independent stores and eateries. The main pedestrianised boulevard is lined with inviting cafes, where a cold drink can be enjoyed as you watch the world go by.  Alternatively head to one of the many unpretentious chiringuitos like El Abrevadero on the paseo for some tasty tapas or mouth-watering paella. 

Take a trip slightly inland to discover the impossibly cute whitewashed village of Benahavis for a huge helping of Moorish flavour and a feeling that time has somehow stood still. You will be wowed by vistas and the sheer number of charming restaurants. Take care, favourites like Los Abanicos get full very quickly, which is not surprising when you consider the generous portions and friendly staff. 

Why not round off your whirlwind visit with a relaxing visit to Marbella’s old town. The fortified Moorish surrounding the town is clearly visible, providing an insight into the fascinating history. When in the Old Town, everyone should enjoy a leisurely breakfast or lunch in one of the many restaurants, cafes and bars in the Plaza de los Naranjos, and while away the time under the dappled shade of the orange trees. 

Once you have visited Marbella, the only question is when will you return and what will you see next? 

Los Abinicos
Calle Malaga, 15, Benahavis
952 85 50 22

Chiringito EL Abrevadero
1 Av. Del Mar Mediterraneo

BiBo Dani Garcia
Hotel Puento Romano
Av Bulevar Principe Alfonso de Hohenlohe

Benahavis based artist David Marshall has sculpture accepted for prestigious US exhibition

Scottish born sculptor David Marshall has joined forces with US artist Jennifer Baker to create ‘Man and Nature’, a stunning aluminium and glass sculpture of a climber. The piece was finished in summer 2019 and was recently accepted into the prestigious ‘Yosemite Resistance 35’ art show. 

Scottish-born Marshall, primarily works with metals from his workshops in Benahavis and Benaojan near Ronda, working with a network of local artisans and foundries to provide bespoke pieces, including interior design, signs, staircases, trophies and much more for his global corporate and private clients. 

His unique Daliesque cast iron sculptures are exhibited in galleries throughout the EU and more recently in the USA where he has opened a studio in Colorado.  David’s work is also available to view in the David Marshall gallery in Benahavis. 

David has explained that the sensory beauty of primitive natural materials and their transformation is his reason for existing and they provide a fascinating artistic challenge.

Visit his website for examples of his work

Galeria David Marshall
Calle Estepona,
29679 Benahavís, Málaga
952 85 51 92

10 million euro campaign to ensure Marbella’s beaches will be ready to welcome tourists for summer 2020

In a recent meeting (14th May 2020) between the Mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, Juan Manuel Moreno Bonilla, of the Andalusian Government and Malaga’s regional Executive, it was stressed that visitors will be guaranteed safe beaches. 

An investment of 10 million euros has been earmarked to fund continuing efforts in hygiene, coronavirus prevention and infrastructure to ensure that anything relating to Covid-19 is well and truly under control, and to guarantee that the Costa del Sol is a safe destination for all visitors. In addition to intensive cleaning regimes, sign posts, capacity control and social spacing will be implemented. There will also be three different classifications, from ‘open to all’, ‘limited access’ and ‘closed’ to help visitors get maximum enjoyment and to ensure safety. 

The Andalusian Government’s commitment and investment will ensure that the beaches of this beautiful province will retain their world class reputation and will provide a benchmark for safe tourism.