Make the most of the blazing sunshine and brilliant blue skies of Malaga by adding a couple of outdoor pursuits to your stag weekend. We arrange loads of outdoor activities for stags on the Costa del Sol.
There are a plethora to choose from including things like dolphin spotting and deep sea fishing.
If extreme sports are your passion, check out canyoning or go on a 3 hour quad bike trek through the Guadalhorce Valley.
Want to pick up a few things before you take the marriage plunge? Head for the city centre where there are tons of high street shops or go for the multi-storey Cortes Ingles for names like Ted Baker, Hugo Boss and Diesel.
Love having a late start - it’s a must here in Malaga. Plan to eat late. Locals here tend to do dinner after 8pm. Malaga stag parties and tapas go hand-in-hand, so don’t leave without sampling patatas bravas, fresh calamari or paella at a beach restaurant. After a full-on feed, hit the bars and taverns. These stay open exceptionally late. Make like a local, buy your booze at a super mercado and drink it at one of the botellodromos (controlled areas) in the city centre before heading off to the clubs.
Best Time to Go
Malaga has perfect climate year round. Spring, autumn and winter temperatures average 22 degrees. Fly over in June, July or August for temperatures in the sizzlin’ 30s.
How to Get There
Fly into Malaga Airport from most regional and major UK airports. Flights typically take 2 hours and 45 mins. We’ll advise you on which carriers offer the best direct flight deals and time from your local airports for your stag weekend.