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Malaga Centro
A Typical Andalucían city
Mercado de Ataranzas
Where Tapa is king
For Foodies
Costa del Sol


Garlic clams and tempura vegetables.

Always popular at the beach, a platter of fresh shrimp.

A City Beach For The Locals

The non tourist attraction

Thousands arrive at Malaga airport every week heading for the sunny beaches of the Costa del Sol, but the locals have their own beach. Malaqueta is just a few minutes walk from the historic centre and features sandy Mediterranean beaches, walkways, cycling paths and seafood cafés.

Urban Beach

Surrounded by apartment buildings residents take advantage of the beach facilities;
a place to workout, or enjoy fresh seafood at one of the beach cafés, 'Chiringuitos'.

Chiringuitos Malaga Spain

Sardinas Asados

Grilled Sardines at Chiringuito Rocamarat Playa San Andres a less well known beach on the south side.

Foodies in Malaga Spain, Pulpo a la Brasa Grilled Baby Octopus at the small Cadiz style Restaurante Er Pichi de Cain the less well known south-side district of Jarden de la Abadia

 

Pulpo a la Brasa Grilled Baby Octopus at the small Cadiz style Restaurante Er Pichi de Cain the less well known south-side district of Jarden de la Abadia. www.erpichidecai.com/index.html

Malaga Spain, A shady spot on Playa San Andres, beach in a south-side neighborhood

A shady spot on Playa San Andres, beach in a south-side neighborhood
Malaga Spain. Beach Eats Smoke drifts from a fire roasting sardines at a beach Chiringuito

 

 

Beach Eats Smoke drifts from a fire roasting sardines at a beach Chiringuito.

 

Conchas Finas

Large local clams in a spicy sauce at Marisqueria Pelayo, located in a neighborhood east of the city centre. Calle Pelayo 17

Malaga Spain. Conchas Finas 

Large local clams in a spicy sauce at Marisqueria Pelayo, located in a neighborhood east of the city centre. Calle Pelayo 17

 

 


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