Málaga has a marvellous combination of culture, wining and dining and relaxing. And, there is fine weather throughout the year.
Immediately on arrival you feel the Spanish, Mediterranean atmosphere. Málaga is a pretty and very clean city, with kind and cheerful people.

Culture • Museums • Restaurants • Beach


This Moorish fortress dates from the ninth century. Although built by the Moors, it has typical Roman characteristics. One of Spain’s best kept fortresses. Unmissable!

Next to the fort lies the second century amphitheatre. The best view of this Roman sight is from the plaza in front.

It took almost two centuries to build the Cathedral of Málaga due to lack of money. An unusual detail: there is only one tower, the second tower has not been completed, yet. Inside it shows fantastic decorations with Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque elements. There is a marvelous city view from the roof!

Feira de Málaga is a traditional festival in August, marked by processions and traditional costume. Women wear colourful Flamenco dresses and men wear traditional suits and hats.


The greatest artist of the twentieth century Pablo Picasso was born in Málaga. Close to his birthplace is the museum. It shows a nice collection of his early and later works. The building is beautiful and worth visiting.

An annex of the Paris museum Centre de Georges Pompidou offers art of Pablo Picasso, René Magritte, Francis Bacon, Alberto Giacometti and Georg Baselitz.

This museum, in the heart of Málaga, shows mainly art of Spanish artist. Beside the permanent collection, there are changing temporary exhibitions.

Restaurants and bars

Spain is famous for its Tapas.
Tapas are small dishes like
Pata Negra (Iberian ham)
Boquerones (marinated anchovies)
Patates Bravas (fried potatoes with strong sauce)
Queso Manchego (Spanish goat and sheep cheese).
Together with a fine Rioja (red wine) or Cerveza (beer),
what do you need more to enjoy yourself and relax?

The large range of restaurants and bars is hard to list.
As Pablo Picasso said ‘Don’t we all see things in our own way?’
Finding your favourite restaurant or bar is one of
the great pleasures of visiting Málaga.

Three suggestions:
1 Los Patios de Beatas, Vinoteca y Restaurante, Calle Beatas 43
2 BATIK, Calle Alcazabilla 12
3 Málaga’s oldest winebar: Antigua Casa di Guardia, Alameda Principal 18


The historic centre of Málaga offers many shopping possibilities. Original Spanish shops, fashion shops, fun shops and the unmissable Mercado Central de Atarazanas with fresh fish, meat, vegetables, fruit and Andalusian almond delights.

Three suggestions:
1 Mercado Central de Atarazanas
2 El Corte Inglès
3 Calle Marqués de Larios


La Malaqueta beach is within walking distance from the historic centre and provides sunbeds and umbrellas. The distance from the apartments is a 25 minutes walk.
All along the Málaga coast are many nice and very clean beaches.
Cycling along the boulevard and coastline to one of them can make your day!

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