Malaga Temptation Festival Spain 2023

🗓 When: 29th Nov – 4th Dec 2023
🌐 Where: Malaga, Spain
📍 Location: Km 207 A-7, Playa del Castillo, s/n, 29640 Fuengirola, Málaga, Spain.

Who said December is a cold month?
if you are in Malaga.

Get ready for the Golden edition of the Malaga Temptation festival 2023 in the end of the 2023 year with the presence of the top Spanish artists and some of the most famous foreigners couples such as Cornel & Rithik.

This golden edition is not only about bachata.
If any bachatero feels like a little bit of Kizomba or Salsa, there will some workshops or socials, a little bit of everything for everyone.

Line up of artists

Any name from the Spanish bachata world that you can think of, it will be there.
Discover the list of artists and DJs down below.
Get ready for it! 😊
🇪🇸Luis y Andrea
🇵🇪🇪🇸Marco y Sara
🇪🇸Daniel y Desiree
🇪🇸Kike y Nahir
🇪🇸Abdel y Lety
🇪🇸Alfredo y Andrea
🇮🇳Cornel & Rithika
…and much more!

🇸🇪DJ Khalid
🇮🇹DJ Manuel Citro
DJ Maki Mora
DJ One bachata

Where is the Malaga Temptation Festival 2023?

The Bachata Champions Festival Poland 2023 will take place in the beautiful city of Fuengirola, very close to Malaga – in the south of Spain.

If this is your first time visiting the city,
keep reading to discover more about this vibrant port city on the Costa del Sol.

The event will be organized by Temptation Festival.
The main location for the event will be the Hotel IPV Palace & Spa
The address is:
Km 207 A-7, Playa del Castillo, s/n, 29640 Fuengirola, Málaga, Spain.

When is the Malaga Temptation Festival 2023?

Right at the end of the year.
🗓the event will take place from 29th Nov – 4th Dec 2023.
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Prices for the Malaga Temptation Festival 2023

There are two types of passes:

PASS Weekend – 130 EUR (discount if buying before)
Including all workshops, socials and parties from Friday to Sunday. Note: Master Classes and Lady styling classes are not included.

PASS 4 DAYS – 150 EUR (discount if buying before)
Same as Weekend PASS for the bachata freaks but from Thursday to Sunday.

There is as well the option to attend Masterclass with each of the artists, either their couple classes or the individual classes. The price vary on the range of 20-25 EUR.
Hurry up! Tickets are selling out!

How to buy the tickets for Malaga Temptation Festival 2023

There is an option to buy tickets online on the official website of the event

Contact and official websites

If you need more details about this event,
you can find here the official site event and the official facebook event here

In case you are curious,
what else apart from dancing can be done in Malaga and the surroundings,
I bring you down below some proposals.

What to do in Malaga

Malaga is a beautiful city in the south of Spain, where you can enjoy the sun, the sea and the culture.

If you are planning to visit Malaga for attending a bachata festival, you will not be disappointed by the variety of things to do and see in this vibrant city.

Here are some of the best attractions and restaurants that you should not miss during your four-day stay in Malaga.

The Alcazaba of Malaga

This is probably the most well-known tourist attraction in Malaga. It is a Moorish fortress that dates back to the 11th century and offers stunning views of the city and the port.

You can explore the gardens, the courtyards and the palace of this historical monument and learn more about its history and architecture.

The entrance fee is only 3.5 euros and it is open every day from 9 am to 8 pm.

Gibralfaro castle

Another place you must visit in Malaga is Gibralfaro castle. It is located on a hill above the Alcazaba and was built in the 14th century by the Nasrid king Yusuf I.

It was used as a military stronghold and a royal residence until the 18th century. You can walk along the walls and admire the panoramic views of the city, the sea and the mountains.

The entrance fee is 2.5 euros and it is open every day from 9 am to 8 pm.

Malaga Roman theater

If you are interested in ancient history, you should not miss the Malaga Roman theater. It is one of the oldest monuments in the city and was built in the 1st century BC by Emperor Augustus.

It was rediscovered in 1951 and restored in 2011. You can see the remains of the stage, the seats and the orchestra pit and imagine how it was used for theatrical performances and public speeches.

The entrance is free and it is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.

The Malaga Cathedral

The Malaga Cathedral is one of the most impressive buildings in the city and a symbol of its religious heritage.

It was built between the 16th and the 18th centuries on the site of a former mosque and combines different architectural styles such as Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. It has two towers, one of which is unfinished, giving it the nickname of “La Manquita” (the one-armed lady).

You can visit the interior of the cathedral and admire its art works, such as paintings, sculptures and organs.

The entrance fee is 6 euros and it is open every day from 8 am to 9 pm.

Museums to visit in Malaga

Malaga is also a city of culture and art, where you can find many museums to suit your interests.

If you are a fan of Pablo Picasso, you should visit the Museo Picasso Málaga, where you can see more than 200 works by the famous artist who was born in Malaga.

The museum is located in a beautiful palace in the historic center and also hosts temporary exhibitions and events.

The entrance fee is 9 euros and it is open every day from 10 am to 7 pm.

If you prefer contemporary art,
you should check out the Centre Pompidou Málaga, which is a branch of the famous museum in Paris.

It has a colorful glass cube as its entrance and displays a selection of modern artworks from different disciplines such as painting, sculpture, photography and video.

The entrance fee is 9 euros and it is open every day from 9:30 am to 8 pm.

If you are curious about the history and culture of Malaga,
you should visit the Museo de Málaga, which is housed in a former customs building near the port.

It has two sections:
one dedicated to archaeology and one to fine arts.

You can see artifacts from different periods such as Roman, Moorish and Christian, as well as paintings by local artists such as Enrique Simonet or Joaquín Sorolla.

The entrance fee is 1.5 euros for EU citizens,
and free for students under 26 years old.
It is open every day except Monday from 9 am to 8 pm.

Malaga beaches

If you want to relax and enjoy some sunbathing or swimming, you should head to one of Malaga’s beaches.

There are many options to choose from, depending on your preferences.

If you want to be close to the city center,
you can go to La Malagueta beach, which is a long sandy beach with many facilities such as showers, changing rooms … anything that you can imagine!

Where to stay in Malaga

You love bachata and you want to enjoy the best festival in Malaga, but you don’t want to spend a fortune on accommodation.

Don’t worry, we have you covered.

Here are some of the best options available on Booking that will suit your budget and your needs.

If you are looking for a cozy and comfortable place to rest after dancing all night,
check out Hostal Vidamia.

This charming guesthouse is located in the heart of the historic center, close to many bars, restaurants and shops.

You can choose from single, double or triple rooms, all with private bathrooms, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. The staff is friendly and helpful, and they will make you feel at home.
The price per night starts from 25€.

If you prefer a more social and fun atmosphere,
you might want to stay at Alcazaba Premium Hostel.

This modern and stylish hostel offers dorms and private rooms with balconies overlooking the Alcazaba castle.

You can enjoy the rooftop terrace with a bar and a stunning view of the city, or relax in the common lounge with a TV and a pool table.

The hostel also organizes events and activities for guests, such as pub crawls, tapas tours and bachata/salsa classes.

The price per night starts from 18€.

If you are looking for something more spacious and private,
you can opt for Apartamentos Pinar Malaga Centro.

These apartments are located in a quiet area, but still within walking distance from the main attractions and the festival venue.

You can choose from studios or one-bedroom apartments, all with fully equipped kitchens, living rooms, bathrooms and balconies.

You can also use the shared laundry facilities and the free Wi-Fi. The price per night starts from 40€.

These are just some of the amazing options that you can find on your bachata festival trip to Malaga.
Don’t miss this opportunity to book your ideal accommodation at an affordable price.
Hurry up and reserve your spot before they run out!

Where to eat in Malaga

You love bachata and you love Malaga.

But you also love good food and you don’t want to spend a fortune on it.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Here are some of the best restaurants for you to try local and international cuisine after a night of dancing.

If you want to taste the authentic flavors of Andalusia,
head to El Pimpi.

This iconic restaurant is located in a historic building near the Alcazaba and offers a variety of tapas, salads, soups and grilled dishes.
You can enjoy your meal in the cozy dining room or on the terrace with views of the Roman theater.

The prices are reasonable and the portions are generous. Plus, you might spot some celebrities who frequent this place.

If you crave something exotic and spicy, try Samarkanda.

This restaurant specializes in Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine and serves delicious dishes like couscous, tagine, hummus and falafel.

You can also order a shisha pipe and relax in the colorful and comfortable lounge area.
The staff is friendly and attentive and the atmosphere is lively and fun.
The best part is that you can eat well for less than 10 euros per person.

If you are looking for a vegan or vegetarian option,
check out Recyclo Bike Café.

This quirky café is decorated with recycled bike parts and offers a menu of healthy and tasty food.

You can choose from salads, sandwiches, burgers, wraps and smoothies, all made with fresh and organic ingredients.

You can also enjoy live music, art exhibitions and workshops at this place.
The prices are very affordable and the service is fast and efficient.

If you want to treat yourself to some fine dining, go to Restaurante Amador.

This elegant restaurant is run by Amador Fernández, a renowned chef who creates innovative dishes with local products.

You can opt for the tasting menu or the à la carte menu and enjoy dishes like foie gras with apple compote, cod with black garlic sauce or lamb with mint jelly. The presentation is exquisite and the flavors are sublime.

The prices are higher than average but worth every cent.

These are just some of the many restaurants that Malaga has to offer.
No matter what your taste or budget is, you will find something to satisfy your appetite after a night of bachata.

Bon appétit!

Other useful information when visiting Malaga

Malaga is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city in the south of Spain, with a rich history and culture.

It has everything you need for a perfect bachata getaway: beautiful beaches, lively nightlife, friendly people and, of course, amazing music and dance.

Here are some things you should know before you pack your bags and head to Malaga:

The currency in Malaga is the euro (EUR),
which is the same as in most European countries.
You can exchange your money at the airport or at any bank or currency exchange office in the city.The airport has a currency exchange service that is open from 7:00 to 0:00.

The population of Malaga is about 570,000 people,
making it the sixth largest city in Spain.

It is also one of the oldest cities in the world, dating back to the 8th century BC.

You will find many monuments and museums that showcase its rich heritage, such as the Roman theater, the Alcazaba fortress and the Picasso Museum.

The plug type in Malaga is F. It has two round pins and a grounding clip. The standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.

If you come from a country that uses a different plug type or voltage,
you will need a power plug adapter or a voltage converter.

You can buy them online or at any electronics store in the city.

The main airport in Malaga is the Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP),
which is located about 8 km southwest of the city center.

It is the fourth busiest airport in Spain and serves many domestic and international flights.
You can get to the city from the airport by bus, train, taxi or car rental.

The bus line A Express connects the airport with the city center every 20 minutes and costs 3 EUR per person. The train line C1 connects the airport with the city center every 20 minutes and costs 1.80 EUR per person.

The taxi ride from the airport to the city center takes about 15 minutes and costs around 20 EUR.
You can also rent a car at the airport from various companies such as Avis, Europcar or Hertz3.
Malaga is famous for its sunny weather, with an average of 300 days of sunshine per year.

The average temperature is around 18°C (64°F), but it can get hotter in summer and cooler in winter.

You should pack some light clothes, sunglasses and sunscreen for your trip,

but also some warmer clothes for the evenings and some rain gear for the occasional showers.

Malaga is also known for its fun and festive atmosphere, especially during its annual events such as the Carnival, the Holy Week and the Fair of Malaga.

You will find many bars, clubs and venues where you can enjoy live music and dance bachata until dawn.

Some of the most popular places for bachata lovers are La Clave, Sala Opium, La Cochera Cabaret and La Temporal.

Malaga is waiting for you with open arms and ready to make you fall in love with its charm and rhythm.

Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a bachata adventure like no other. Book your tickets now and get ready to dance your heart out in Malaga!

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