Monthly Archive: September 2016

Hammam Al Andalus

Enchanting. Soothing. Enticing. There are many ways to describe it, but no words can quite do justice to the experience you’ll have at Hammam Al Andalus. The setting, the music, the...

Ciudad Deportiva de Carranque

Imagine: you want to get a decent work-out at a professional center, but without the full gym membership. Enter: Ciudad Deportiva de Carranque (or Sport City of Carranque). Carranque is...

Café Central

Coffee bar Café Central at the Plaza de la Constitución is one of those famous long established cafeterías. It has been around since 1930 and quickly gained fame, and in...

Alcazaba

La Alcazaba is one of Málaga’s most popular landmarks, and overlooks the city from a hilltop. It was first constructed on the ruins of a Roman fortification during the reign...

Plaza de la Merced

This beautiful square is a must-see for so many different reasons. Firstly, it is the birthplace of none other than Pablo Picasso. Málaga’s most famous son was born in the...

La Bella Julieta

Bagels! You thought you’d seen the last of them when you came to Málaga, didn’t you? But no. Not only does La Bella Julieta do bagels, they have a delicious...

Castillo de Gibralfaro

One of the stand-out emblems of not only the city (it is on both Malaga city and province’s seal and flag), but on the Málaga skyline is the magnificent Castillo...

El Pimpi

Ah, El Pimpi. You cannot get more Málaga than this unmistakable institution; a must-do for anyone in the city. This restaurant and bodega has a varied but carefully-considered selection of...