La termica – Malaga

La termica – Malaga

La Térmica – Malaga Web Site: http://www.latermicamalaga.com/ Address: Av. de los Guindos, 48, 29004 In 2018 La Termica – Malaga celebrates it´s fifth anniversary Located in a beautiful historic building of the 19th century, this cultural space has continuously changing expos, lot´s of times dedicated to musical themes or artists through photography, video art etc. Every first friday of the month from 19h onwards , they set up Red Friday, a cultural flee market with foodtrucks, concerts, short movies and more; think vintage, vynil collections, kitsch and more of the quirky things in life. This venue, is a center for creation and contemporary production, based in a modern plan, open and diverse that find […]

The Arab Baths in Ronda

The Arab Baths in Ronda

The Arab baths The Arab baths address: Calle Molino de Alarcón, 11 –  More info Our hotel is a just a minute walk from the famous Arab Baths, dating from the 12th century and considered as the best conserved in Spain and one of the most important places of interest in Ronda.   You can go both ways to reach them; first take a right from the hotel and again the first right which leads you through a walk underneath the Ronda rocks and you will soon cross the Arab bridge which gives almost directb access to the entrance. The baths  were constructed just at the entrance of the old Medina of Ronda at the gate of the city walls. […]

Málaga: Bars, Restaurants and places of interest

Málaga: Bars, Restaurants and places of interest

Enfrentearte Recommends Malaga bars, restaurants and museums Let us guide you into the best Nightlife in Málaga bars and restaurants around the city!   Sala factoria / Superskunk -Address: Calle Granada 52  Málaga, Maria Zambrano station Renfe AVE -Web site:  http://www.superskunk.es/ At the end of the eighties, Luis Rubio and a couple of friends set up a company, Factoria/Beatas, with the idea of promoting cultural events and concerts by indie bands in Málaga and surroundings.  Their office was in Calle Beatas, a typical andalucian street with lots of bars and nightclubs.  Soon after, they started up their own club, which they called Sala Factoria, with the aim of creating new projects in alternative entertainment. […]