Malaga is regularly lauded as one of Spain’s cultural hotspots. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the city boasts an ever-growing number of impressive museums, monuments and galleries — combine this with the city’s 16 beaches, and it’s little surprise that more and more people are escaping to the Andalusian jewel every year.
Striking a unique and extremely appealing balance between a beach holiday and city break, there are few European cities that are able to tick so many boxes quite so efficiently.
Amongst that checklist is the all-important culinary offering, another area in which the city is rightfully celebrated. Whether it’s packed-to-the-rafters tapas tavernas, heaps of piping hot calamari or late-night cocktails, here are some of the best spots for eating and drinking in Malaga.
- Bradley Lengden
- Published on:
- Wed 15 Nov 2023