Tagged: Málaga

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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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La Machina

Whether you fancy a bite to eat, a cocktail or simply a quick coffee, La Machina is one of the best spots in Pedregalejo to chill out and enjoy the atmosphere and ambience of the area. An extensive menu offers everything from international tapas and salads to burgers and sandwiches. Breakfast and afternoon snacks are...

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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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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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Napolitan BBQ

If you like burgers and you like them big, Napolitan BBQ has to be your default option. The vast menu incorporates numerous gourmet options (serrano ham, fried mozzarella, fried aubergines…) as well as your standard cheese or chicken burgers. Piles of meat stacked metres high (maybe a slight exaggeration, but not far off!) certainly won’t...

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Getting to and from Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport

The airport transfer is always the worst part of any trip, isn’t it? Luckily there is no shortage of options to get you between Malaga city centre and the Costa del Sol’s international airport. Train The Renfe Cercanías is the cheapest and quickest way to get between the airport and the city (1.80€ one way, 12...

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The Museum of Malaga

As if we didn’t have enough in the ‘Museum City’, we’ve been gifted one more. The Museum of Malaga reopened on 12 December 2016, nearly two decades after it closed. Located in the city’s old customs house (la Aduana), a stone’s throw from the teatro romano, this museum brings together the province’s fine arts and...