Lesbian Lights – Malaga

3 days
goat guide

DATES Fri 2nd December 2022
- Mon 5th December 2022

3 nights

Fancy kicking off the festive season in the southern city of Malaga known for it’s warmth , it’s joy of life and it’s magnificent lights display in December. We are staying at a hotel run by two sisters and our trip is to include meeting local women and discovering their city.


Dates: Friday 2nd December 2022 – Monday 5th December 2022 – 3 nights

Guide: Encarna Castillo, local guide and Ginny

Walking Grade: Goat 1

Base: The Mariposa Hotel, central Malaga

Price:£485 includes

  • B and B hotel accommodation
  • All lunches and dinners
  • Guided walks
  • Meet up at airport and transfer by train to the hotel

Not included:

  • Travel to Malaga
  • Drinks
  • Travel Insurance – essential to have.



Malaga is a seaside city on the southern coast of Spain and known as one of the most beautiful cities in the country. Often passed by as people arrive at the airport and go straight to the beaches of the Costa del Sol. In December it comes alive with light and this trip will include a night walk to experience the festive illuminations known as some of the best in the world.

During our stay we will experience life as a local and walk the streets of the old city, stroll along the sandy urban beach and stop to experience the multitude of tapas restaurants and seafood shacks.We will learn about some of Andalucia’s most famous women.

For art lovers this is the birthplace of Picasso and there is the Picasso Museum to visit.  For market lovers there is a traditional old covered market where you can taste tapas galore and try spanish wines.

There are parks,gardens,beaches and streets all to be walked and with sunshine most of the year we hope for some winter warmth.



Our itinerary may change depending on the weather but you can expect to have a fun weekend in Malaga and the weekend will include:

An evening walk to experience the festive lights – this maybe disrupted due to the energy crisis as Spain has started restrictions and is reducing festive lights.

A tapas tour with locals

A walk to explore the marina and coast and visit a women run restaurant and brewery.

A city cultural tour

Time to wander , to try Spanish food and wine and soak up the culture of this southern city .


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