Here we present our proposals to see the fireworks at the fair of Malaga, which officially this Friday 14th August, 2015, will make the start of nine days of celebrations in the city. Here you can find special places to spend an unforgettable night to admire the fireworks that will take place on Muelle 1, at the port of Malaga
1. Cathedral Roof
A place already spectacular that on the night of 14th August will offer, for the first time in its history, the possibility of a night visit and watch the fireworks at the fair of Malaga from there. Sorry to say that they soon sold out when they went on sale, so a lucky few will have this unforgettable experience.
2. Travel by boat from the port
Several boats which depart from the port of Malaga offer the option to enjoy a magical night from the sea. They make a special tour, departing before dawn. Some even include a glass of wine and live music. What an experience!
3. Balneario del Carmen
Another emblematic place in Malaga from which to admire the fireworks, overlooking the bay and the city. This time they have organized a party about the 80’s that promises to be an evening to remember in this summer of 2015.
4. Lounge Pool Hotel Molina Larios
On this occasion, the Molina Lario Hotel organizes a party with live music on its top terrace overlooking the port, called the Piscina Lounge. A privileged place to enjoy the fireworks and … perhaps a bath?
5. Big wheel at the Port
Well, it would be great to see it from this point, but unfortunately, and however hard they have tried, finally it could not be this year. They have planned its opening for September 2015. Thereafter it will be another place where to see the skyline of the city of Malaga.
These are our recommended spots to spend this special night of the inauguration of the fair in Malaga. However, if you cannot be at any of them, do not worry, because from any point on the coast, either from the same port (the Palmeral de las Sorpresas), Malagueta beach or Misericordia beach, you will be able to admire the fireworks. But one thing to expect, they will be kind of crowded. So make sure you won’t miss them, and wherever you are this August 14th in Malaga, at midnight, look at the sky and enjoy the show!