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Calle Libra, Malaga, 29650, Spain
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40th Birthday Party - Malaga restaurant suggestions needed

by aotearoa_nic

I'll be celebrating the Big Four-O on Friday, 2nd October and will be going to Malaga for an extended weekend with my friends, currently 8 people confirmed, this could increase to about 10 or 11. I have not been to Malaga before and would welcome any suggestions anyone has for a nice restaurant with a great atmosphere where we could spend the evening enjoying tasty food and good wine. English-speaking staff would be helpful as only one of us speaks a little Spanish. The place should offer a nice and affordable selection of wines and cava and mix of meat and fish dishes. Ideally, we wouldn't want to spend more than EUR50 a head maximum. Thanks for your help! Nic

Re: 40th Birthday Party - Malaga restaurant suggestions needed

by puerto_lover

I don't know Malaga too well but I believe it is a great city for a weekend.
have a read of this recent article and explore the Google Map link provided for more ideas.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/citybreaks/5493785/Malaga-Authentic-charm-of-an-overlooked-treasure.html

One restaurant mentioned is CHINITAS in the centre and you can make reservations for a small roomon the first floor like the "Cortes" or in the larger restaurant. http://www.elchinitas.com/indexen.html Don't forget that serious eating will not start before about 8pm at earliest. And you can order a selection of dishes to perhaps share instead of each individual order being taken. There is a menu. Have no idea about of pricing but it should be well within your budget even with the Cava.
But most importantly look to explore the tapas and plan a TAPAS TRAIL! After visiting some good establishments and enjoying several tapas and drinks you may not feel like having a sit down meal !

And consult the VT pages on Malaga:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Spain/Andalucia/Malaga-261931/TravelGuide-Malaga.html

Re: 40th Birthday Party - Malaga restaurant suggestions needed

by chopchi

La Posada de Antonio would be a great restaurant to celebrate your birthday-owned by Antonio Banderas! It's in the old section of Malaga and was redone last year.The menu will please all as well as the prices.
The web site is under abades.com and you will see the location.
enjoy!

Re: 40th Birthday Party - Malaga restaurant suggestions needed

by Senoritasmile

I'm pretty sure Posado de Antonio has closed..... but even if it hasnt - I certainly wouldnt recommend it for a milestone birthday celebration.

'Sacachorchos' has incredible yet reasonably priced food and a very cool and sophisticated vibe. You rarely see tourists eating there - its a great find and only 5 minutes walk from the main square at the top of Calle Larios and near the Cervantes Theatre. I have eaten here on more than 10 occasions with both family and friends and everyone has loved it. Its not very big - about 60 covers but they have such an interesting menu and the food is wonderfully presented. www.sacacorchosmalaga.com. Just opposite is a great little bar too - on the opposite corner - I cant remember the name but its authentic, gives great free tapas and the staff are great.

Have a wonderful birthday

Re: 40th Birthday Party - Malaga restaurant suggestions needed

by Senoritasmile

By the way - Sacacorchos doesnt open until 9pm.

Travel Tips for Málaga

picaso museum...a cultural event !

by cbeaujean

the totally refurbished 16th century "palacio de los condes de buenavista" on calle san agustin (100m from the cathedral) is since 27th of october 2003 the new important museum devoted to the malaga-born pablo picasso,with 200 never exposed works donated by his daughter-in-law christine ruiz picasso and his grandson bernard picasso.

all you want to know (english/spanish/french) visiting:

www.fundacionpicasso.es

and
www.museopicassomalaga.org "PICASSO's last time visit in his birthplace took place in 1901,but his heirs wanted to incite malaga city to build a picture gallery exposing part of picasso works.
CHRISTINE,widow of the eldest of picasso children,PAUL ruiz picasso,is carrying out paul's will:he had asked for finding an adapted and worthy place to build a picasso centre.
the MUSEUM will open next 27th of october in the "palacio de buenavista",a 16th century palace with mudejar and renaissance styles and also in some old buildings contiguous to malaga's juderia,very near exact picasso birthplace.
remains of phoenician walls (700 bc) as roman and arabic relics will be accessible to the public.Malaga museum will expose a 204 works collection:paintings,drawings,sculptures,engravings,ceramics,from academic youth to 1970's last works.
some of the works,among the most appreciated by picasso himself have never been exposed until now.they proceed from donation and long term loan of christine and her son BERNARD ruiz picasso private collections.
moreover,for the opening occasion,temporary exhibition of 85 works lent by private persons and paris picasso museum.
museum is waiting for 1,4 million of visitors by the year and for a economic impact above 30,3 millions of euros."
( from EL PAIS,05/08/2003,andalucian section,page 1)

open from 10am to 8pm (fridays,saturdays:9pm)
closed on mondays

admittance fees:6 euros
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Beaches beyond Malaga - El Peñon

by Raquero

El Peñon is a natural stony beach about 5km west of Malaga. The beach has no facilities apart from parking and showers but is really nice.

There is an excelent paved path for walking or cycling along the coast on the roue of the old railway, through tunnels in the cliffs, towards Rincon and parts east.

Shoe Addicts head for Calle Larios

by Senoritasmile about Calle Larios

With Spring well and truly here and summer just around the corner, if you're looking to update your footwear then this is the street for you. I'll just mention a few shops to get you started but then you're on your own - happy shopping :-)

Antonio Parriego is right at the top of the street on the corner with the 'plaza de la Constitucion' (big square!). This is the place if you like a bit of bling on your summer shoes.

Nicolas & Gody are half way down on the corner with Calle Strachan. Eclectic ranges including spanish Camper (very colourful this year), Geox, Firestone, Diesel etc........

There are plenty more also dotted around the side streets. Espadrilles are usually a great buy because most of them are made here in Spain and the ranges are like no where else.

Malaga's Airport is an...

by Christianne

Malaga's Airport is an International Airport, 6 km from the city (CARRETERA 340). On leaving the Airport, if you turn on the right you make for TORREMOLINOS,BENALMADENA and MARBELLA.
If you turn on the left,you make for MALAGA,GRANADA and NERJA.

Don't miss the Berenjenas con miel

by Helga67 about Taberna Rincon Chinitas

Taberna Rincon Chinitas is tucked away in a small passageway off Plaza de la Concepción. It's a great place for tapas, especially seafood. They have a small fishing boat outside which displays the seafood/fish they serve. However, their most famous dish is the Berenjenas con miel (grilled aubergine with honey). It's a small place, you'll have to sit outiside in the small alley. I especially liked the Calamaritos fritos (fried small squid).

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 Club Delta Mar

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Address: Calle Libra, Malaga, 29650, Spain