Eating out in Málaga
Málaga is a land of wine, as demonstrated by its two protected designations of origin and an extensive range of wine tourism activities across the province
The historic centre, El Palo, Pedregalejo… The best plans, bars, rooftop terraces and nightclubs for going out in Málaga. Read on to find out more!
The Andalusian province of Málaga has all the essential ingredients needed to make your trip an unforgettable experience
Málaga, the belle of Andalusia, has beaches, sunshine and much more. Discover everything it has to offer during an unforgettable romantic break with your partner.
The majority of the ingredients used for Málaga’s typical food come from the sea. But there are also plenty of fruits of the earth involved.
The Costa del Sol on the Mediterranean coast is a major tourist destination and enjoys over 325 days of sunshine a year.
Housed in a historic building with impressive architecture, Atarazanas market is Málaga’s main market where you’ll find an endless selection of enticing culinary delights.
Every August during the Málaga Fair the streets burst with colour and music while people drink cartojal wine from glasses hung around their necks.
Considered to be the most exclusive destination on the Costa del Sol, Marbella boasts one of the best-preserved old towns in Andalusia, along with Puerto Banús.
Estepona, located between the Sierra Bermeja mountain range and the Mediterranean Sea, is one of the towns in Málaga that is most committed to quality tourism.