Sparkling turquoise blue waters kissing the edge of soft white sand, a nice hill to climb to get to a castle de Gibralfaro, modern dining and shopping on the waterfront at El Muelle Uno, buying local and delicious (sea)food in authentic foodmarkets, enjoying tapas in several caracteristic bars, being impressed by important architectural structures like Catedral de la Encarnacion de Málaga….
Málaga is one of the oldest cities in the world, and there is so much more than just the beach and a castle to learn about. You will find art, a youthful city, and an old town. Malaga is loaded with history, energetic plazas, art galleries, museums, fountains, gardens, and Andalusian cuisine.
It’s a busy city packed with things to see and do.