The dramatic domed arch in Calle Larios features 554,782 micro-LED lights supported on a tubular framework weighing in at a hefty 25,500kg.
City Hall’s electricity bill for Málaga’s Christmas illuminations is estimated to work out at €1,500 a day for the duration of the festivities.
In addition to Calle Larios, other Málaga streets that you’ll see in a new light include calles Granada, Salinas, San Juan, Cárcer, Casapalma & Puerta del Mar plus the Paseo del Parque and Alameda Principal.
An unmissable festive display.
The illuminations are on every night from 6.30pm – 2am until 6 January 2017.
The brief but utterly captivating sound and light show takes place nightly at 6.30pm & 9pm…
… and features fragments of songs including Queen’s ‘The show must go on’, Cascada’s ‘Last Christmas’ & Carmina Burana.
In all, the city centre will be decorated with 1,742,612 twinkling lights.
Málaga’s Christmas lights are among the best in Spain.