Cultural incentive travel Costa del Sol
Cultural incentives in Costa del Sol
Cultural incentive trips are an inspiration tool used by all kind of organisations to recognise and reward their members of staff. They also help to create a sense of belonging to the company and are fantastic to create lasting bonds between the employees, managers, and business owners.
In DMC in Costa del Sol, we master creating cultural incentives in Costa del Sol. Our bespoke programmes, specifically created for each one of our clients, will let you discover the very best Costa del Sol has to offer. Nowadays, business travellers want to connect with the locations they visit in a more significant way – this is why cultural incentives are increasing in popularity.
Costa del Sol is a rich city, that offers a broad variety of cultural experiences to opt for, regardless of what your interests are. Experience a memorable cultural incentive travel in Costa del Sol.
International Museums - Malaga
Malaga has become the cultural hub of the South of Europe due to its world-class museums, including:
- Centre Pompidou, a branch of storied Paris contemporary art museum displaying works in modern digs with an iconic glass cube as its landmark.
- Picasso Museum, based at Picasso’s birthplace, showcases 285 works donated by members of Picasso’s family.
- Thyssen Museum, where the focus of this museum is the 19th-century Spanish painting.
- Russian Museum of St. Petersburg, hosting three exhibitions annually — one permanent and two temporaries. A relevant part of the complex is the Virtual branch of the Russian Museum — an educative project supported by modern digital technologies.
But there are quite another 30 museums in Malaga to enjoy, fitting all preferences!
Gastronomy - Costa del Sol
Towns in Costa del Sol are full of tapas bars, bodegas, taverns and all kinds of bars you could think of. But it is not just the tapas, it is the Mediterranean diet mixed with a rich past of different influences, making remarkable gastronomy.
Fish and seafood are widely available while there are options for everyone, from Michelin restaurants to traditional and trendy restaurants.
Enjoy the local culture in the Costa del Sol
Besides the above-mentioned museums in Malaga, the area has a cultural identity of its own, which is the perfect scenario for a Costa del Sol cultural incentive travel.
Besides all the cultural activities you can enjoy in Malaga and its city centre -pretty much pedestrianised, it is an interesting area where you can find a Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba, a Muslim fortress.
Marbella presents a large number of remains worth visiting, from the rests of its industrial past to old towers and museums complement the visit.
Ronda, inland located, is home to its outstanding New Bridge, and the town is also proud of its history of bandoliers -a must when you are in the area.
Frigiliana, a small village located on eastern Costa del Sol, is home to the last factory in Europe of black treacle. This sweetener is the perfect addon for the delicious deep-fried aubergines available in most restaurants in Malaga and the Costa del Sol.