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La Tetería

The Middle East never feels far away in Málaga. Besides the Hammam and the Alcazaba, you can also endulge in the Arabic atmosphere at one of the many teterías. These tearooms typically serve a wide range of teas and Arabic sweets in a traditional setting, with plentiful lanterns, cushions and tapestries. La Tetería lies in the heart of...

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Café de l’Abuela

Exploring the centre? Take a break at Café de l’Abuela, a cosy and inviting café located between the Cathedral and the Picasso Museum. With outdoor seating and a view of the Cathedral, it is no wonder that this local café is popular with many tourists looking to recharge their batteries while on a city tour. The menu...

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Desal

If you put a sign outside saying that your carrot cake is “espectacular”, then the bar is set high. Everest high. Good thing that the ladies of Desal know what they are doing. Having tested both their carrot cake AND chocolate cake (no half measures here) we can confirm that they are indeed ridiculously good,...

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Santa Canela

“Why have chairs and tables indoors if you live in Málaga?”, the founders of Santa Canela must have thought. They converted the small indoor space into a showcase for their cakes, and turned the big terrace into a seating area. The heaters and blankets keep you warm on even the coldest winter day (which –...

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Mia Coffee shop

Whether it is good vibes or coffee you are looking for, Mia Coffee has both. The small coffee shop has loads of playful slogans on the walls, but also serves outstanding coffee. The pastries and gluten-free cakes form a nice addition to the menu. Enjoy your coffee at one of the bar stools inside or...

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Dulces Dreams

Walking past this little square, there is no way you can miss Dulces Dreams, a café as sweet as its name. With a colourful mix ‘n’ match of chairs and couches, Dulces Dreams lures you right in. Its menu boasts healthy juices as well as sweat treats and yummy sandwiches, ideal for breakfast, lunch or...