Book flights to Malaga with Ryanair and treat yourself to a fantastic little getaway under the Spanish sun! What’s not to love about this little corner of southern Spain? Whether you want to head inland for an alternative Andalucían adventure, or you prefer to go straight to the coast for some sun, sea, sand and sangria, Malaga is your gateway to perfect holiday… and the city is where the fun begins. It’s well worth spending some time in Malaga before you head off for the beaches, and a day spent seeing the sights won’t disappoint! Book flights to Malaga today with Ryanair.
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Malaga is in a good location for various day trips along the coast, up to the small mountain villages or to one of the larger Andalusian cities. It is approximately a two hours’ drive from Granada, Córdoba or Seville in a hired car or by bus. In Granada, you must not miss the fabulous Moorish palace Alhambra, the Gothic cathedral and the Arab quarters in the Albaicín. In Córdoba, a walk to the old Jewish quarters and La Mezquita is recommended. In Seville, the capital of Andalucia, you should visit the Santa Cruz and Real Alcázar districts at the heart of the city. Along the entire Costa del Sol it is easy to take a bus or train to most cities such as Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Marbella. Here there are lovely beaches, nice bars and restaurants as well as good opportunities for shopping. Tips for families are Tivoli World in Benalmádena, Aqualand in Torremolinos and Selwo in Estepona. In Puerto Banús you can view the gigantic luxury yachts, enjoy designer name shopping and mix with the rich and famous at the chic bars on the sea front. There are also yachts, discothèques, bars and restaurants in Puerto Marina in Benalmádena. Ronda is a picturesque town located on a precipitous limestone cliff. The road leading there from San Pedro de Alcántara on the coast is a dizzy mountain trip.
Picasso Museum

This beautiful museum from the 16th-century is a must for all visitors to Malaga, young and old. Thanks to the grandmaster’s daughter-in-law, Christine, and grandchild Bernard, the museum boasts a collection of nearly 200 works of art. Just a stone’s throw away, at Plaza de la Merced, the house where Picasso was born, is also open to the public.

​Address: Palacio de Buenavista San Agustín, 8, Malaga​Phone: +34 902 44 33 77​Website: www.museopicassomalaga.org / www.fundacionpicasso.es
Alcazaba

Alcazaba and Gibralfaro are military forts dating from the period of Arab rule. There is a palace inside the walls with a beautiful garden and spectacular views. The Roman theatre just beneath was built during the first century A.D. and has been restored and renovated after many years of neglect.

​Address: Calle de la Alcazabilla 2, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 217 646
The Cathedral

Malaga’s cathedral was built between 1500 and 1700 on the site that was once occupied by the Aljama Mosque. The cathedral features a Renaissance style with a Baroque main façade and décor.

​Address: C/ Molina Larios, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 21 59 17​More info: Plaza del Obispo
City Bike Tour

Buses and taxis should not be underestimated, but the best way to experience Malaga is to get on a bike and see the sights with wind in your hair. Enjoy the freedom of the ride and appreciate a different perspective of this beautiful city.

​Address: Calle Vendeja 6, Malaga​Phone: +34 951 25 22 64​Website: www.bike2malaga.com
Jardín Botanico

The affluent couple Jorge Loring and Amalia Heredia created this fantastic garden around their Hacienda La Concepción in the 19th-century. Here you can find 30.000 square meters filled with 500 tropical plants.

​Address: Camino del Jardín Botanico, 3, Malaga​Phone: +34 951926 179​Website: www.laconcepcion.malaga.eu
Malaga Contemporary Art Centre

Malaga Contemporary Art Centre is located in the heart of the city and displays modern art. Its aim is to promote visual art from the 20th and 21st century. The art centre offers an innovative program with a wide variety of activities and permanent exhibitions.

​Address: Cl Alemania, 2, Malaga ​Phone: +34 952 12 00 55​Website: www.cacmalaga.org
Roman Theatre

The Roman theatre is located at the foot of the Alcazaba fortress dating back to the first century. The theatre was built in times of Augustus, but it was not until 1951 the Roman theatre was discovered.

​Address: Cl Alcazabilla, 8, Malaga
Wine Museum

If you like wine then you should head over to the Wine Museum, Museo del Vino. Here you can learn more about the wine from Malaga and its history and culture. Museo del Vino is located in the middle of the historic town. There are also guided tours.

​Address: Plaza de los Viñeros, 1, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 22 84 93 ​Website: www.museovinomalaga.com
Malaga’s Beaches

Malaga has kilometres of beautiful sandy beaches to offer the tourist. All beaches are situated along the Promenade of Pablo Ruiz Picasso which is lined with restaurants and bars. The most popular beaches are La Malagueta and La Caleta. Both of the beaches provide facilities like showers, toilets, sunbeds and so on. On La Malagueta you will also find a children´s play area.

Alborania Museum

The Alborania Museum was created 1989 with the aim to get more knowledge of the marina life as well as to make the visitors aware of the need to protect the marine environment. There are two main areas: the exhibition/research area and the workshop/classroom area. In the exhibition hall you will find underwater grotto, sharks, giant squids, fishing boat and all the instruments required for navigation and much more.

​Address: Palmeral de las Sorpresas, Muelle 2, Edificio nº 2. Puerto de Malaga, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 22 92 87​Website: www.auladelmar.info
Malaga Boat Trips

Enjoy the amazing sea by taking a boat trip around the bay of Malaga or why not go on a dolphin spotting boat trip? There are several companies that arrange boat excursions in Malaga. Yacht Dolphin:

​Phone: +34 677 650 563​Website: www.dolphinboattrips.com
Granada Day Trip

It is easy to reach Granada from Malaga which makes it a perfect day trip. You can either go by bus or with a guided tour. In Granada you can enjoy amazing attractions like UNESCO World Heritage-listed Alhambra and the Generalife Gardens. There are also other nice attractions like Charles V Palace and Albaycin Quarter.

​Address: Granada
Malaga City Park

Malaga Park is set between the Alameda Principal and the Paseo de España. In the park you will find beautiful tropical flowering trees, some of them are brought from overseas.

​Address: Malaga City Park, Malaga
Plaza de la Marina

This square is located in the centre of Malaga in the modern part of the city. It is one of the city´s most characteristic sites and it is surrounded by elegant buildings, a playful water fountain and few palm trees.

​Address: Pl Marina de la, 11, Malaga
Museum of Glass and Crystal

The Museum of Glass and Crystal features a private collection of more than 3,000 pieces of glass. The pieces come from different epochs. Here you can also find pictures and furniture.

​Address: Plazuela Santisimo Cristo de la Sangre, 2, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 220 271​Website: www.museovidrioycristalmalaga.com
Puerto de Malaga

Puerto de Malaga is the port area in Malaga. This place is great for a stroll and maybe a nice lunch under the sun. Here you can find numerous bars and restaurants.

​Address: Port Area, Malaga
Iglesia de Los Martires

If you enjoy the history and splendour of old churches this one is definitely worth a visit. You can find the Iglesia de Los Martires in the city centre and it will most certainly impress you.

​Address: Plaza de los Martires, Malaga​Website: www.santosmartires.es
Malaga Feria

The Malaga Feria is a weeklong event with street parties that starts with a huge fire work display. Here you dance both day and night away. Try a few flamenco moves and get into the fiesta spirit.

Doll's House Museum

The Doll's House Museum is every girl's dream. This private museum features a collection of doll's houses and is owned by Voria Harras.

​Address: Calle Alamos, 32, Malaga
Playas de Las Acacias

If you want to get out from the bustling city you can go to Playas de Las Acacias. This quiet beach is great for a relaxing walk along the sea. Here you can also have dinner at a fancy fish restaurant.

​Address: Playas de Las Acacias, Malaga
In Malaga you will not find that many restaurants with white tablecloths. This is a city full of informal bars packed with people and a wide range of tapas. In Malaga they generally eat a lot of fish and shellfish, at so-called “chiringuitos” on the beach and on the Paseo Marítimo in Pedregalejo.
Restaurante El Chinitas

At Restaurante El Chinitas you can savour Spanish food in Spanish surroundings. Here you can choose everything from shrimps in garlic, and gazpacho, to rabbit stew. The name is taken from the original café-theatre “El Chinitas” which was frequented by the poet Federico García Lorca, among others.

​Address: Calle Moreno Monroy, 4-6, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 210 972​Website: www.elchinitas.com
Café de Paris

Café de Paris is an exclusive one-star restaurant in the Michelin Guide with traditional ingredients prepared in a modern way. The owner and chef, the young Malagueñon José García, has studied at La Cónsula and is considered as one of Spain’s top three chefs.

​Address: Plaza de la Capilla, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 003 588​Website: www.rcafedeparis.com
Restaurant Vino Mio

Restaurant Vino Mio is located in the centre of Malaga and has a big beautiful terrace where customers can enjoy the sun. Here you find exotic cuisine such as crocodile and kangaroo.

​Address: Plaza Jeronimo Cuervo, 2, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 60 90 93 ​Website: www.restaurantevinomio.com
Tapadaki

Tapadaki restaurant combines the exotic tastes of Japan and Mediterranean cuisine. This is a good place to go to experience new cuisine flavours.

​Address: Carreteria, 69, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 21 79 66​Website: www.tapadaki.com
Limonar 40

This restaurant offers high quality food, traditional flavour perfectly combined with a new design gastronomy. On the menu you will find dishes like home-made terrine of foie gras with fig jam raisins and sardines in glass pan with roasted pepper salad.

​Address: Promenade del Limonar, 40, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 060 225​Website: www.limonar40.com
Garum

At Garum you can eat traditional and modern cuisine, the specialty are tuna and sharing platters. They also have an outside terrace where you can enjoy your food and they provide excellent service.

​Address: Street Alcazabilla, 1, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 218 408 ​Website: www.garum.com.es
Alea

Restaurant Alea offers a god variety of Spanish cuisine and located in the historic centre of Malaga. They have different and cosy private rooms for every occasion. The food is prepared with great delicacy and prepared by skilled chefs.

​Address: Calle Fajardo, 11, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 218 639​Website: www.restaurantealea.com
Al-Jamal

This cosy place was founded in 1983 and was the first restaurant established in Malaga. On the menu you will find specialties like couscous and Andalusian food. The atmosphere is romantic and relaxing due to the warm lighting and candles placed on each table.

​Address: Calle Blasco de Garay, 7, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 21 20 46​Website: www.restaurantearabeal-yamal.net
Asako

Asako, a restaurant and sushi bar, offers very affordable prices and is located in the centre of Malaga. Here they offer Mediterranean-Asian fusion. Other dishes you will find on the menu are Tuna Tataki with wasabi, beef tenderloin tataki and shrimp tempura.

​Address: Carretería, 96, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 21 40 60​Website: www.restauranteasako.com
Il Forno Romano

Il Forno Romano is an exclusive Italian restaurant with an amazing view over the harbour. The menu offers the best of Italian cuisine like Spaghetti with diverse seafood in spicy tomato sauce and Prosciutto and Pecorini filled chicken breast with fontina sauce. They also provide a children menu.

​Address: Puerto Málaga Muelle,1, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 22 77 37​Website: www.ilfornoromano.es
Taj Palace Malaga

This restaurant is dedicated to provide excellent service with high quality cuisine based on traditional Indian cuisine. At this place you can enjoy your food in a relaxing environment in the company of your friends and family.

​Address: Avd. Cánovas del Castillo, 12 bajo, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 216 326​Website: www.tajpalacemalaga.com
Meson La Cepa

This legendary restaurant is very popular and located in the centre of Malaga. On the menu you will find quality Mediterranean cuisine like fish, seafood and meat. Meson La Cepa is a great restaurant to enjoy delicious food and wine.

​Address: Calle Strachan,10, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 21 40 89​Website: www.mesonlacepa.com
Lo Gueno

Lo Gueno is a very small and charming tavern located in the historic centre in Malaga city. They have served delicious tapas since 1967. Here you can enjoy the Spanish food in the popular terrace. This is usually a busy restaurant.

​Address: C/ Marín García, 9, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 223 048​Website: www.logueno.es
La Tapeteria Gastrobar

La Tapeteria Gastrobar is a vibrant and modern tapas bar. Here you can enjoy excellent tapas and a nice glass of wine from the wine list. During weekends it is recommended to book a table.

​Address: Calle de los Datiles 39 | Alhaurin de la Torre, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 42 64 81​Website: www.latapeteria.com
Restaurante Zenart

If you are looking for a Japanese restaurant you do not have to look any further. Restaurante Zenart is a sushi restaurant located right in the middle of the city. If you have troubles choosing what you want you can try the tasting menu.

​Address: Calle Mundo Nuevo 4, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 06 00 79​Website: www.zenart.info
There are not many trendy, international-style cafés in Malaga but there are some genuine patisseries and cosy teashops in Arab-inspired surroundings. Not to forget the “churrerias”, shops selling churros dipped in hot chocolate or café au lait.
Lepanto

Lepanto is a genuine patisserie that serves coffee, and if you wish, cakes, assorted chocolates and ice cream. It offers pleasant, traditional indoor surroundings and a large outdoor restaurant right in the shopping street.

​Address: Calle Marqués de Larios, 7, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 60 14 29​Website: www.lepantomalaga.net
Casa Mira

Casa Mira is an institution in Malaga and has the best ice cream according to the Malagueños. Visit Casa Mira and see if you agree.

​Address: Calle Larios 5, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 22 30 69
Casa Aranda

Eating churros is a must when visiting Malaga. Casa Aranda is genuinely “Malagueño” and you can watch how they prepare the fried bread which is later dipped in chocolate or coffee.

​Address: Calle Herrera del Rey, 3, Malaga​Website: www.casa-aranda.net
El Jardín

El Jardín is not only an extremely cosy café, but also a restaurant with traditional Spanish food. The weekends bring performances such as poem reading, fiery tango and classical piano.

​Address: C/ Cañón, 1, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 220 419​Website: www.eljardinmalaga.com​More info: Next to the Cathedral
Café Central

If you are in the mood for really good coffee then Café Central is the place to go to. Enjoy a cake or a chocolate churro to your coffee. If you are feeling hungry you can also get breakfast and lunch.

​Address: Plaza de la Constitucion, 11, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 22 49 73​Website: www.cafecentralmalaga.com
In the centre of Malaga it is not difficult to find a bar with music and people chatting, there are many in close proximity to each other. The inhabitants of Malaga do not go out before midnight and party until dawn. In the centre, bars with smaller dance floors predominate. If you are looking for a proper discothèque, you should go to Puerto Marina in Benalmádena.
Bodega El Pimpi

You have not been to Malaga if you have not been to Pimpi, at least so it is said. Pimpi is the most typical place in the city with photos of celebrities, hundred-year old posters and wine barrels on the walls. Here you can drink wine from the province and eat tapas in historical surroundings.

​Address: Calle Granada, 62, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 228 990​Website: www.bodegabarelpimpi.com
Discoteca Liceo

Liceo is an ideal place for dancing the night away. With two floors and four rooms playing different music, there is always something here for everybody.

​Address: Calle de las Beatas, 21, Malaga​Phone: +34 625 557 012​Website: www.liceoflamenco.com
Discoteco Kiu

Put on you dancing shoes and be prepared to dance the night away. Discoteco Kiu in Benalmádena is open until 8 am. This splendid club has four different rooms with different music style like diverse, modern, Spanish and Latin.

​Address: Calle Los Almendros, 3, Benalmádena, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 96 43 40​Website: www.discotecakiu.com
Casa De La Antigua Guardia

Casa De La Antigua Guardia is the oldest tavern in the city. You can find it ideally located close to the Port of Malaga. This is a great place for beer and wine drinking in a cosy atmosphere.

​Address: Alameda Principal 18, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 214 680​Website: www.antiguacasadeguardia.net
Amargo

Amargo is frequently visited by locals and claimed to be a hidden gem. This is the right place to hit if you are looking for a true Spanish experience with flamenco and salsa.

​Address: Calle Franquelo 3, Malaga
Velvet Club

Ideally located in the city centre you can find Velvet Club. This is a great place to go for live performances and dancing. Have a look at the webpage for upcoming events.

​Address: Calle Comedias, 15, Malaga​Website: www.velvetclub.es
La Biblioteca

La Biblioteca is a new addition to Malaga's bar scene. This cool place is great for having a few drinks with friends and dancing salsa with new friends.

​Address: C/ Juan de Padilla, 15, Malaga​Phone: +34 667 91 42 68​Opening hours: Wed 10 pm-4 am. Thu-Sat 11 pm-4 am
Taberna Flamenca Los Tocayos

At the warm and friendly Taberna Flamenca Los Tocayos you can enjoy tasty drinks in the very heart of Malaga. This is a great place to linger in the company of good old friends and listen to great live music.

​Address: Calle Mariblanca, 9, Malaga​Phone: +34 620 67 69 26
Sala Gold

At Sala Gold you can do it all, dance, watch your favourite sports and have a good time. You can also buy a few tapas if you are getting hungry.

​Address: Calle de Luis de Velázquez, 5, Malaga​Phone: +34 670 09 87 49​Website: www.discotecasenmalaga.es
Sala Wengé

Another great place for dancing is the cool Sala Wengé. This club hosts various events and lets you stay up and party all night long.

​Address: Calle Santa Lucía, 11, Malaga​Phone: +34 670 098 749​Website: www.discotecasenmalaga.es
Malacca Bar Malagueta

The Malacca Bar Malagueta is located right next to the beach close to the Port of Malaga. Here you can enjoy both a cup of coffee and a refreshing drink.

​Address: Paseo Marítimo Ciudad de Melilla, 9, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 22 80 43​Website: www.malaccabar.com
MalaFama

MalaFama has a lot to offer, including impeccable service. Enjoy a drink in one of the four bars, play a game of tennis at the tennis centre or relax in the quiet area.

​Address: Pje Mitjana, 1, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 21 66 59​Website: www.malafama.es
Discoteca Andén

Claimed to be one of the best clubs along Costa del Sol, Discoteca Andén is ideally located in the heart of Malaga. This established nightclub offers live DJ's and a good place to either start or finish your evening.

​Address: Plaza de Uncibay, 8, Malaga​Phone: +34 650 10 13 88​Website: www.discotecaanden.com
Sala Opium

The unique and exotic club Sala Opium is more of a tea room. Sala Opium features an oriental atmosphere and offers a full program with everything from belly dancers to shisha.

​Address: Calle Santa Lucia, 11, Malaga​Phone: +34 670 098 749​Website: www.discotecasenmalaga.es
Bubbles

This trendy lounge bar offers excellent music and events. Bubbles truly has something for everybody, ranging from fashion shows to salsa.

​Address: Plaza Mártires, 14, Malaga​Phone: +34 670 502 909​Website: www.bubblesloungeclub.com
Siempre Así

If you want a hot Latino night that lasts all night long you can go to the trendy Siempre Así. This place is claimed to serve some of the best cocktails in Malaga.

​Address: Calle de los Convalecientes, 5, Malaga​Phone: +34 670 098 749​Website: www.discotecasenmalaga.es
Bar la Campana

At the popular Bar la Campana you can eat great tapas and drink tasty wines. This is a great place to start your evening in company of good friends.

​Address: Granada, 8, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 227 566​Website: www.barlacampana.es
Bar Saint Tropez

At the Gran Hotel Guadalpin Byblos you can find Bar Saint Tropez. If you need a place to relax and enjoy a good drink, this is an ideal spot.

​Address: Calle Camino Viejo de Coin Gran Hotel Guadalpin Byblos, Mijas Costa, Malaga​Phone: +34 95 289 9706​Website: www.granhotelguadalpin.com
ZZ Pub

This easy going pub is great if you want to have a drink and listen to live bands. The ZZ Pub transforms into a lively place at night, so if you want to start your evening with a drink here, do not be surprised if you end up staying all night long.

​Address: Calle Tejón y Rodríguez 6, Malaga​Phone: +34 95 244 1595​Website: www.zzpub.es
Morrisey's Irish Pub

The traditional Morrisey's Irish Pub offers a genuine Irish experience right in the heart of Malaga, close to the Malaga Cathedral. Here you can enjoy food, beer, drinks, coffee and much more.

​Address: C/ Méndez Núñez, 5, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 60 86 87​Website: www.morrisseys.es
Calle Larios and Calle Nueva, the street running parallel to it, are the main shopping streets in Malaga for shoes and clothes. Shoes can be found, for example, at Antonio Parriego and Nicolas on Calle Larios. You can also find the Spanish clothes shops Mango, Massimo Dutti, Bershka and Pull & Bear there. Zara is located on the side street Liborio García. In the Centro Larios shopping centre, apart from clothes shops, there are cinemas and restaurants. Designer clothes can be found at El Corte Inglés Armani, Versace, Dolce Galbana at Pinsapo, Calle Larios. For those looking for a gift, a souvenir, or something good to eat, a visit to Mercado Central Atarazanas is recommended. Here you can buy meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, olives, nuts, spices, cheese and pork all at reasonable prices. Apart from this, the market is a delight for the eye. At Ultramarinos Zoilo on Calle Granada, you can buy typical Málaga Dulce or Moscatel sweet wine, serrano pork, good cheeses and sausages, raisins from the province and sweets such as “mantecados,” a kind of cake that is mainly eaten at Christmas. Those wanting a slightly more exclusive souvenir, can buy a fan in one of the specialised shops on Calle Nueva.
Calle Larios and Calle Nueva

Calle Larios and Calle Nueva, the street running parallel to it, are the main shopping streets in Malaga for shoes and clothes. Shoes can be found, for example, at Antonio Parriego and Nicolas on Calle Larios.

​Address: Calle Larios and Calle Nueva, Malaga
Mango

At Mango, the urban young woman finds everything from reasonable priced sleek work-wear to fabulous cocktail dresses. Match your new outfit with the perfect pair of shoes and accessories also found here. There are several shops across the city and one of them is located on:

​Address: Armengual de la Mota, 19, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 276 246​Website: www.mango.com
Massimo Dutti

Massimo Dutti has its focus on sophisticated business wear for both men and women. They are famous for their classic and elegant clothes and accessories made of high quality fabrics and leather, but still to affordable prices.

​Address: Estacion Maria Zambrano, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 318 953​Website: www.massimodutti.com
Bershka

Bershka is a part of the Spanish group Inditex. You can find 910 shops all over the world. This shop is great for adventurous young people who want the latest trends. One of the shops can be found on:

​Address: Marques De Larios, 9, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 604 484​Website: www.bershka.com
Pull & Bear

Pull & Bear is part of the same group as Zara and Stradivarius. If you are young, urban and engaged with the environment this shop will fit you like a hand in a glove. Here you can buy the latest trends and pick a cool casual look, but still be environmentally friendly.

​Address: Calle Marques De Larios, 3, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 219 206​Website: www.pullandbear.com
Stradivarius

In the same genre as Mango and Zara you find Stradivarius. Racks with the latest fashion wear, together with high heels, ballerinas, scarves and accessories fill the shop and if you cannot find your size, do not worry, there are several outlets in the city.

​Address: De La Aurora, 15, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 369 377​Website: www.stradivarius.com
Zara

This world famous brand soon has a store in every mid-size town and in Malaga there are several outlets. Here you can find the latest fashion for men, women and children, everything from street wear to the more up-dressed look. There are numerous shops throughout the city, one of them is located on:

​Address: Calle Liborio Garcia, 10, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 222 406 ​Website: www.zara.com
Centro Larios Shopping Centre

In the Centro Larios Shopping Centre, apart from clothes shops, there are cinemas and restaurants. You can find this large shopping centre right in the heart of Malaga.

​Address: Avda. de la Aurora, 25, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 36 93 93​Website: www.larioscentro.com
El Corte Inglés

Spain’s department store colossus is both loved and hated, but successfully performs the main task of the department store, which is to offer most things to most people. Designer fashions, their own low and medium-priced lines, enormous perfumery and make-up departments, leather goods in all price ranges, toys, children’s clothes, art materials, food and delicatessen, home furnishing devices, garden furniture, a tobacco department with humidors etc. However, the best thing about El Corte Inglés is the service. The staff is always friendly and helpful, garments are shortened and taken in at no cost and without a murmur. And the customer has the unlimited right of return upon production of a receipt. This sells.

​Address: Avenida de Andalucía, 4 y 6, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 076 500​Website: www.elcorteingles.es
Mercado Central Atarazanas

For those looking for a gift, a souvenir, or something good to eat, a visit to Mercado Central Atarazanas is recommended. Here you can buy meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, olives, nuts, spices, cheese and pork all at reasonable prices. Apart from this, the market is a delight for the eye.

​Address: Calles de las Atarazanas, Malaga
Ultramarinos Zoilo

At Ultramarinos Zoilo on Calle Granada, you can buy typical Málaga Dulce or Moscatel sweet wine, serrano pork, good cheeses and sausages, raisins from the province and sweets such as “mantecados,” a kind of cake that is mainly eaten at Christmas.

​Address: Calle Granada, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 21 24 65
Souvenirs

Those wanting a slightly more exclusive souvenir can buy a fan in one of the specialized shops on Calle Nueva, but there are souvenirs to be found all along the coast. Choose between everything from slogan T-shirts and little figurines to holiday bracelets. Visit the markets for inexpensive items.

Plaza Mayor

This large leisure park is located near the Malaga Airport. Here you can find large brands like Zara, Massimo Dutti, Diesel and Pepe Jeans. Onsite there are also cinemas and bowling alleys.

​Address: Plaza Mayor, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 247 580​Website: www.plazamayor.es
Mercadillo Banos del Carmen

Mercadillo Banos del Carmen is an outdoor market, great for everyone in a spending mood. This place is packed with talented people who want to sell their things, so you can definately find some real bargains here.

​Address: Quitapena S/N | Playas del Palo, Malaga​Phone: +34 685 509 902
Muelle Uno

Muelle Uno is claimed to be the place to be. This new harbour area in Malaga is filled with restaurants and shops. Here you can enjoy the sun while you go shopping with a tasty cup of coffee in your hand.

​Address: Muelle Uno, Malaga​Phone: +34 952 003 942​Website: www.muelleuno.com
The Smile Bank

The Smile Bank is ideally located in the city centre and offers a whole lot of fun. This shop was started by both family and friends who wanted to create a spot where their own designs could be sold, The Smile Bank.

​Address: Calle San Juan 12, Centro Historico, Malaga​Phone: +34 951 71 04 32​Website: www.the-smile-bank.com
Vialia Mall

Right across the road from the Maria Zambrano Station you can find Vialia Mall. This modern mall offers various restaurants and shops like H&M, Koshka and Stradivarius.

​Address: Explanada de la Estacion, Malaga
Martín Sáenz

If you like leather you will like Martín Sáenz. This shop offers a wide range of bags and accessories.

​Address: Marqués de Larios, 2, Malaga
Nicolas

This shoe heaven has all you need for every season. Stop by to buy a pair at what is claimed to be Andalucia's most loved shoe chain.

​Address: Marqués de Larios, 3, Malaga​Website: www.nicolas.es
Ultramarinos Zoilo

Ultramarinos Zoilo is a popular deli that has been in business since the early 1950's. Here you can buy cheese and chorizo, to only mention a few delights.

​Address: Calle Granada 65, Malaga
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Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport

Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport is located approximately 10 kilometres from the city centre and offers good transportation along the entire Costa del Sol. It is easy to get to Malaga by train, bus or taxi. The train takes 10 minutes and the bus 15 minutes to half an hour. Both bus and train depart every half hour. Taxis are available at the airport: Radiotaxi +34 952 040 804 Unitaxi +34 952 333 333

​Address: Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport, Malaga​Phone: +34 91 321 10 00​Website: www.aena.es
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