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Alcazaba Malaga
Teatro Romano i Malaga
Teatro Romano i Malaga
Teatro Romano i Malaga
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Picassomuseet i Malaga
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Trånga gränder i Malaga
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Katedralen i Malaga
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Marqiues de larios Malaga
Marqiues de larios Malaga
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Marqiues de larios i Malaga
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Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol, you could say. It is the second largest city in the province of Andalusia after the city of Seville. At Malaga’s airport, you land when you want to visit the sun coast. Unfortunately, most people then move on and miss out on a lot of the pleasant city. The city feels quite small, despite its half a million inhabitants and everything you need is within walking distance. In Malaga, there is rich history, museums, an old cozy city center, modern shopping districts, and lots of bars and cafes. Malaga has not received the same tourist invasion as the other cities, so you will mostly encounter Spaniards on the streets. When you sit here in the evening on an outdoor terrace, you will be able to feel like one of the locals. Right nearby are also the vast beaches
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Landmarks and cultural heritage

Málaga is a city located on the southern coast of Spain, in the region of Andalusia. It is the capital of the province of Málaga and is known for its rich history, culture, and vibrant atmosphere.

One of the most famous landmarks in Málaga is the Alcazaba, a Moorish fortress and palace complex dating back to the 11th century. The Alcazaba offers visitors a glimpse into the city’s Moorish past and offers spectacular views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea.

Another famous landmark in Málaga is the Cathedral of the Incarnation, a grand Gothic-style cathedral that was built on the site of a former mosque. Inside the Cathedral, visitors can see the ornate altarpiece and the impressive cloister.

Málaga also has a rich cultural heritage, with numerous museums and galleries showcasing the works of local and international artists. Some of the most popular museums in the city include the Picasso Museum, which houses a collection of works by the famous artist, and the Museum of Málaga, which offers a comprehensive history of the city.


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Beach Malagueta © elfeffe


The city is also known for its delicious cuisine, which is heavily influenced by Mediterranean and Moorish flavors. Some of the local specialties include dishes like “pescaíto frito” (deep-fried fish), “espeto de sardinas” (grilled sardines on a skewer), and “gazpacho” (a cold soup made with tomatoes, peppers, and bread).
Málags is known for its delicious Mediterranean and Moorish cuisine, and the city is home to a wide variety of restaurants that offer a taste of the local flavors.
One popular type of restaurant in Málaga is the “tapas bar”, where visitors can enjoy small plates of food, or “tapas”, in a casual and lively atmosphere. Some of the most popular tapas in Málaga include “pescaíto frito” (deep-fried fish), “espeto de sardinas” (grilled sardines on a skewer), and “pimientos de Padrón” (small fried peppers).

Another popular type of restaurant in Málaga is the “chiringuito”, which is a beachfront bar and grill that serves seafood and other Mediterranean dishes. These restaurants often have outdoor seating and offer great views of the ocean.

For those who are looking for a more upscale dining experience, Málaga has several fine-dining restaurants that specialize in traditional Andalusian and Mediterranean cuisine. Some of these restaurants use local and seasonal ingredients to create innovative and delicious dishes.

If you are looking for international cuisine, Málaga has a good variety of international restaurants as well. Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, are some examples of the options you can find.

For seafood lovers, Málaga is home to several seafood restaurants that serve fresh fish and shellfish caught daily. These restaurants often use traditional Andalusian cooking techniques and flavors to create delicious seafood dishes.

Málaga also has a good number of vegetarian and vegan options, with a variety of restaurant styles, from casual to fine dining, that caters to those dietary preferences.

Overall, the city of Málaga has a diverse and delicious culinary scene, with something to suit every taste and budget. Whether you’re looking for traditional tapas, fresh seafood, or innovative Mediterranean cuisine, you’re sure to find a great restaurant in Málaga to satisfy your cravings.


Gågatan Malaga
Gågatan Marqiues de Larios
centrala malaga
Mercado Afarazanas in Malaga
Marknaden Mercado Afarazanas
Central Malaga

Beaches and shopping

Málaga is also a popular tourist destination known for its beaches, nightlife, and warm climate. The city is home to several beaches, including the popular Playa del Palo, and is also a great base for exploring the surrounding area, including the Costa del Sol.
Some of the most popular beaches in Málaga include:

Playa del Palo: This is a popular beach located on the eastern side of the city. It is known for its lively atmosphere and is a great spot for swimming and sunbathing. The beach also has a variety of bars and restaurants where visitors can enjoy a drink or a bite to eat.

Playa de la Malagueta: This is a popular beach located just east of the city center. It is known for its fine golden sand and clear waters, and is a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports.

Playa de Pedregalejo: This beach is located on the east side of the city, just a short distance from the city center. It has a relaxed atmosphere, and is a popular spot for families and locals.

Playa del Guadalmar: This beach is located on the west side of the city and it is less crowded and more quiet than some of the other beaches in the area. It offers great views of the sunset and is a great spot for swimming and sunbathing.

Playa de Santa Amalia: This is a small secluded beach located west of the city center. It is known for its clear waters and beautiful views and it’s an ideal spot for those looking for a more tranquil and private beach experience.

Playa de San Julian: This beach is located west of the city, near the airport. It is a long and wide beach, with several beach bars and restaurants along it, making it ideal for a day trip or a sunset stroll.

These are some of the most popular beaches in Málaga, but there are many more smaller and quieter options to discover, depending on your preferences. Additionally, many of the beaches have great promenades and bike lanes to enjoy the coast, and some have great accessibility for people with mobility difficulties.

Overall, Málaga offers a wide variety of beaches for visitors to enjoy, from bustling stretches of sand to secluded coves, making it an ideal destination for a beach vacation. The city’s warm climate and clear waters also make it a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports.
Málaga is also an ideal destination for shopping enthusiasts. There are several shopping centers and street markets where you can find all kinds of products, from traditional crafts to the latest fashion.

Overall, Málaga is a city that offers something for everyone. With its rich history, culture, delicious cuisine, beautiful beaches, and vibrant atmosphere, it is a destination that is sure to appeal to a wide range of travelers.


Picasso museum Malaga
Picasso museum in Malaga
Malaga cathedral
The cathedral from distance
The mighty cathedral



Teatro Romano in Malaga
Teatro Romano
Alcazaba in Malaga


Stationen i Malaga
Train and bus station

Map Malaga