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10 signs you have lived in Malaga during the summer

1) You have no idea why your family keeps asking “what your tan looks like”. You are not tanning in this heat. 2) Cockroaches have become as much part of your Malaga life as your sweaty armpits … 3) … cause why even bother showering? Or changing shirts? Or sheets? 4) Car, bus, metro… as...

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Pollos San Juan

Since 1963, Pollos San Juan fills the street surrounding the Atarazanas market with the smell of roasted chicken. It is no surprise that the chicken menu, with a quarter, half or a whole chicken served with chips and a sauce, have been a number 1 bestseller since its opening in 1963. This asador also has a wide...

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Heladería Cremade

For those craving something sweet after a walk by the sea in Pedregalejo, Heladería Cremade will have you covered. Boasting more than 25 different ice cream flavours to choose from as well as sundaes, iced juices and other desserts, Cremade has been in business since 1970, with the shop now on its third generation of...

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Mafalda

For a simple but delicious lunch in Pedregalejo, Mafalda is a good option. Located around half-way down the seafront, Mafalda has all outdoor seating with views of the sea, perfect for lapping up the rays on a sunny day. The restaurant is self-service, so you must go up to look at a menu before ordering....

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Pedregalejo

On a sunny weekend afternoon, there is no better place to see how malagueños enjoy themselves than the charming ex-fishing village of Pedregalejo. The seafront is jam packed with restaurants and bars, and attracts all types of people, from families with children enjoying a meal out to groups of young people gossiping over a beer....

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Café Berlin

This little German-run café provides a surprising tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Located right in front of the Revello de Toro museum, and just a stone’s throw from the Museum of Malaga and the cathedral, this bar is the perfect stop-off point for a coffee and a slice of...

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ByLulú

Our attic might be filled with Christmas decoration and old school books, but not so Lulú’s attic (in case you haven’t guessed it yet: attic is desván in Spanish). From floral skirt to pompom dress, this treasure trove-like shop has everything for fashionista’s who like their wardrobe colourful and summery. More into accessories? Give your outfit a finishing...

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Las Merchanas

You can’t get much more Málaga than this! With wall-to-wall Semana Santa photos, statues, posters and sculptures, there is certainly no escaping the fact that you’re in Spain. Always packed full with locals, you will struggle to find a seat unless you go at ‘guiri’ time (before 8pm). A great place to share ‘raciones’ with friends...

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La Peregrina Centro

“I want to mingle with the locals.” “I’d like a lunch for less than 10 euros.” “I want to eat some typically local food.” Look no further – La Peregrina fits your needs. This restaurant has three branches, one of them located in the centre of Málaga right off Plaza de la Merced. Bar stools...

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Casa Aranda

Established more than 75 years ago, this local café and churreria now has two branches in Málaga. Be it the local atmosphere, the great churros or the charismatic waiters, Casa Aranda sure is a well-loved place for many Malagueños. Go in the morning to wake up with a typical Spanish breakfast while the Boquerones discuss the latest news, or blend in with...