5 Charming towns in Málaga you need to visit

5 Charming towns in Málaga you need to visit

If you’re traveling to Málaga, you have to visit this charming towns, close to the capital and easy to get to if you’re going by car. Check out this entry and discover the route we’ve created for you through this charming spots. And if you need to, rent a car with Wiber!

How to get to Sierra Nevada from Malaga? Enjoy a holiday on the mountains

How to get to Sierra Nevada from Malaga? Enjoy a holiday on the mountains

One of the most typical destinations during the winter season are ski resorts. Thousands of people come together from December and Easter (in the best years) in one of the 38 ski resorts in Spain, located between Aragón, Asturias, Cantabria, Castilla and León, Cataluña, Galicia, Madrid, La Rioja and Andalusia. The latter has the Sierra Nevada as an emblem, crowned by the Veleta peak at 3,392 meters of altitude. It has slopes for all levels of experience, it is the…

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Roadtrip around the castles of the Vinalopó

Roadtrip around the castles of the Vinalopó

Besides having some 244 kilometres of stunning coastline, Alicante is notably the second most mountainous community in Spain and one of the ones with the greatest concentration of castles and fortresses. On this new route by car, we are going to discover a cultural and historic itinerary that is unique in the country and that goes by the castles that watch over the valley of the Vinalopó, in interior of the Alicante province. All in all, we are going to…

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Road trip through the 5 most beautiful towns in Alicante

Road trip through the 5 most beautiful towns in Alicante

The region of Alicante stands out as the second most mountainous in Spain and for the one of the best-known and most beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean see, the “Costa Blanca”. Alicante City and Elche are the biggest cities, but there are some other spots that you should not miss if you are thinking of visiting this magnificent region next to Valencia. For this road trip we have chosen those that, according to our opinion, are the 5 most beautiful…

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Weekend break: what to see in Alicante in 3 days

Weekend break: what to see in Alicante in 3 days

More than 300 days of sunshine a year, magnificent beaches, hidden coves with crystal-clear waters, mountains, a thousand places to discover and its delicious gastronomy make the region of Alicante a true paradise. For some reason its inhabitants say that it is “the millor terreta del món” (the best land in the world)! In addition, by being a very affordable city, Alicante is the perfect destination for a flying visit that will help you get a little better back to…

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What to see in Málaga: a 4-day Road Trip through Málaga, Antequera and Ronda.

What to see in Málaga: a 4-day Road Trip through Málaga, Antequera and Ronda.

Málaga is one of those love-at-first-sight destinations. When you set foot in the city, you are captivated by the smell of sea and jasmine that floods all its streets. Culture, gastronomy, beaches, parks, natural spaces, the Fair, Holy Week … everything comes together to make Málaga a province that is worth being enjoyed. Cradle of artists like Picasso has well exploited all its potential to offer visitors unforgettable experiences. In Wiber we want renting a car with us to become…

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What to see in Mallorca in 4 days: Roadtrip

What to see in Mallorca in 4 days: Roadtrip

The island of Mallorca is the largest in the Balearic archipelago. Its amazing Mediterranean weather, stunning beaches and limestone mountains have made one of the favourite destinations of Europeans (especially British and Germans) and basically the whole world. Its size makes it perfect to be visited in 4 days by car. Therefore, we have prepared a road trip around the island with the must of Sa Roqueta (this is what the Majorcans call their island). We recommend you fly to Palma…

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Road trip through Marina Baixa: beach and mountain on the same day

Road trip through Marina Baixa: beach and mountain on the same day

Alicante means beach, Alicante means mountain, Alicante means history. On its 5,816 square kilometres of extension we can find a great variety of landscape and a total of 244 kilometres of coastline, linking Denia to Pilar de la Horadada. This region, also known as “Costa Blanca”, offers a wide range of road trips you can take to soak up culture. On this post, we are visiting the Marina Baixa, a beautiful region of Alicante that goes far beyond the typical…

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