The old town of Málaga invites you to stroll through pedestrian zones with numerous shops and restaurants. But it is also worthwhile to stroll a little through the smaller side streets.
A holiday in Málaga not only offers the opportunity to visit the city, but also to spend time on the beach. The most beautiful beach in Málaga, Playa La Malagueta, is very centrally located.
If you want to enjoy a view over Málaga, you will find very different viewpoints in Málaga. How about a relaxing break with a view from a rooftop bar or rather from the roof of the cathedral?
Almost every visitor to the Andalusian city of Málaga is drawn to the Alcazaba, a Moorish fortress and palace complex located above the old town.
One of the sights of Málaga is the Castillo de Gibralfaro. The ruins of the castle are located high above the old town.
In search of a good craft beer in Málaga, we came across the local microbrewery La Fábrica de Cruzcampo in Soho. A place that beer lovers should visit.