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Malaga Eastern area of The Costa Del Sol Province Spain one of the oldest cities in Europe and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world

Walking in MALAGA / Spain 🇪🇸- Evening Tour in the Old Town 

Malaga / Spain is the largest city on the Costa del Sol. With a typical Mediterranean climate it is a popular vacation destination and also known as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso.

We start our evening tour at the Palmeral De Las Sorpresas – a palm lined port promenade lined with restaurants, sculptures and fountains.

In the distance we see the La Farola – the lighthouse of Málaga.

People enjoy a relaxed walk as we head into the city centre via the Plaza de la Marina.

Soon we are on the streets that are busy thanks to Carnaval. We see the Cathedral (Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga) and the Palacio Episcopal with a colorful Spanish baroque facade.

As wander around the old town we see lots of the fine architecture, some churches and streets full with shops and restaurants … and people.

From the Plaza de la Merced we head back to the inner city where it gets a bit full so we and end our walks near the Plaza de la Constitución.

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These apartments are set in Málaga’s traditional fishing district of El Palo, just 250 metres from the beach. It has a roof terrace with sun loungers. There are 2 people looking at these apartments. More Latest booking: 19 hours ago

Celebrated by the likes of Hans Christian Andersen, Malaga (pop. 550,000) is the largest Andalusian city on the coast and the birthplace of Pablo Picasso.

Although Malaga’s beaches are better known for their bars than sand, the city has much to offer.

You’ll find locals mixed with foreign exchange students strolling and meeting in sidewalk cafes for beer and tapas, exuberant nightlife, and all the requisite historical monuments – fortress, cathedral, and bullring.

The city’s charming casco antiguo is the cultural, historical, and culinary heart of the city and should not be missed. Because it is a crucial transportation hub, many see Malaga en route to other coastal stops, but it is well worth a day or two in its own right.

Neighbouring Torremolinos attracts tourists with its ample beaches and buzzing nightlife, but also Malaga, nearby Fuengirola and Nerja are quite worth a visit.

Malaga Spain Beach Walk in July 2021

Malaga is located on the Costa del Sol, a stretch of coast on the Spanish Mediterranean.

Malaga is one of southern Spain’s most welcoming and happening cities, and there are some great shops and lively bars and restaurants have sprung up all over the centre.

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