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Malaga City

Often competing with it's neighbour, Seville, as to which is regarded as the capital city of the Costa del Sol.  A vibrant and typically Andalucian coastal city, a busy port and industrial centre of southern Spain and rich in history and culture.  Although the main gateway to International tourists visiting the Costa del Sol area, Malaga has managed to maintain it's very traditional roots with areas of the city that have hardly been influenced by modern tourism.

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There is a large avenue that runs between the old quarter of the city and the port known as the "Paseo del Parque", with    attractive gardens areas providing plenty of shade from the heat of the day under the many palm trees lining the avenue. Join the locals and watch the world go by, sitting in the afternoon and take in the intoxicating perfume of the jasmine which are arched over some of the paths around the garden.  This is definitely a welcome change from dragging your bucket, spade and umbrella to the beach!.


Located just behind the Paseo del Parque. This magnificent cathedral incorporates Renaissance, 
Barroque and neoclassical influence over many centuries.  Sadly, due to lack of funds, the cathedral is incomplete and has only one tower.  However, you will find a treasure of splendid carvings inside.

Only five minutes walk away from the Cathedral is "The Alcazaba", a Moorish Castle, which dates back to the 11th century.  The Moors occupation of the city ended in the middle of the 15th century and since then, Malaga thrived as an prominent merchant centre.  Currently under restoration is the 1st century Roman Theatre which can be found next to the Fort.



Apart from the cultural side of this city, Malaga bustles with activity.  The main popular areas are "Plaza de la Constitution", "Calle Larios" and "Calle de Granada" for shopping and nightlife.  The locals absolutely love their food, drink and socialising.  They can be found among the confusion of narrow alleyways and back streets packed full of tapas bars and little bodegas.  The Malaga nightlife usually starts from midnight until the early hours of the morning

Loosely translated as the "hill lighthouse", which is a very worthwhile attraction.  The pinnacle offers a magnificent panoramic view of the city, port and bullring.  It would be advisable to take a taxi as walking is definitely not recommended - even for the most fit amongst you!


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