The Holy Week is one of the most famous and eagerly awaited seasons in Spain. Each region of the country celebrates it in a different way, and in Andalusia both the days and nights of this week are filled with emotion, tradition and sensations that cannot be described.
In the different municipalities of Málaga, religious thrones parade through the streets, decorated with special detail, while spectators line up on either side of them to watch.
During these days, the streets are impregnated with the smell of incense and Holy Week music that accompanies each procession. At each step you can feel the passion and dedication of each person taking part in the parade.
On the other hand, gastronomy again becomes a very important point in this experience, as Easter is a very important season in which typical dishes, both savoury and sweet, are prepared.
The star of every dish is cod, which is cooked in a thousand different ways, each one delicious. You can enjoy this product in fritters, croquettes, stews and much more.
But something not to be missed are the typical Easter desserts, which are a speciality in Andalusia. For example, the famous torrija (a cross between french toast and bread pudding), pestiños (a fried dough with honey, cinnamon and sugar), rosquillas de anís (Anise doughnuts), or leche frita (fried milk).
To complete the experience, enjoy an Easter cocktail created by our bartenders, Álvaro and Pascual.
Looking to relax and take some time for yourself? At Kempinski Spa we have a special Easter treatment for your holiday to unwind and renew your energy. Discover the special massage and promotions we have available during that week.
And for the little ones we have very special activities and games in our Kids Club. From egg hunting to craft and cooking workshops.