Hola from Malaga!
My name is Salomé and on behalf of my team I would like to welcome you to our local branch office situated near the beating heart of the Costa del Sol, Malaga. We invite you to browse this site dedicated to the beautiful city of Malaga and I hope to see you soon!
Brands are strongest when they move people and awaken feelings. Therefore, brands must live and, above all, must convey experiences. And precisely for that reason we support you on site in the Balearic and Canary Islands as well as on the Spanish mainland.
The maximice brand is led by our two Managing Partners, the Mallorcan Juan Miguel Caldentey and the German Markus Müller. And with great success, as the current roster of 30 international event professionals shows. Together we organise meetings, incentives, congresses and events for renowned agencies and companies from around the world. Our 360° Service – always on-brief, on-time and on-budget – is what convinces our clients.
From our head office in Palma de Mallorca we coordinate our units #maximice events corporate, #maximice events automotive , and #maximice events congress. To professionally carry out your events in Spain, we have independent offices with experienced teams in Ibiza, Valencia-Alicante, Malaga-Marbella, Madrid as well as together with a long-time cooperation partner in Barcelona and the Canary Islands. That multitude of offices and our on-the-spot insider knowledge enable us to stage extraordinary events on the Spanish mainland and all its islands. Always staying true to our slogan and philosophy: AIM HIGHER. So just let us know and we can aim higher together.
Malaga doesn't only score points with its sensational gastronomy, fantastic weather and kilometers of beaches as excellent attractions - but also with its rich cultural heritage. It is one of the oldest cities in the world. It was founded by the Phoenicians and was still of great importance to the Moors. Many interesting historical buildings in the city itself and in their surroundings testify to this influential past.
Nowadays, Malaga is again a fashionable city, trying to preserve its traditions and the historical heritage gracefully. On the one hand, it has one of the largest remaining Alcazaba fortresses in the world and on the other hand it manages to appreciate the more recent history. The boom in recent years is visible in the construction of the beautiful new Thyssen and Picasso museums.
The timeless scenic beauty of the region - magnificent coastal sections as well as wild-romantic mountain chains and the many picturesque villages convince every traveller their journey was worth it. The town itself, surrounded by the mountains Sierra de Mijas and Montes de Málagain, lies in a bay directly on the Mediterranean. Like the entire Costa del Sol it enjoys pleasantly mild winter months, but rather hot summer months. For incentives it is especially recommended during the spring and autumn months for ideal temperatures. Those who appreciate local festivities should visit Holy Week, with their impressive processions or the "Feria de Agosto". This spectacle has been celebrated for 500 years as the largest summer festival of the Costa de Sol and - according to the Malagueños - the whole Mediterranean region.
Fresh fish and seafood
The typical cuisine of Malaga is Mediterranean: light and healthy. It is especially convincing with seafood dishes. In all variations, grilled or cooked and as a "Pescaito Frito" fish, which is dipped in flour and then fried in a pan of olive oil. The international airport and the redesigned harbor connect the cosmopolitan city with the rest of the world. It is also the ideal starting point for trips to Ronda, Granada or Caminito del Rey, the famous rock-hewn hiking trail. Despite the fast connection, we recommend planning at least three days for events because in addition to the many possibilities for day trips there is an incredible amount of things to experience.