Málaga Off The Beaten Path

  • Hotel Larios, Constitution Square.
    Hotel Larios, Constitution Square.
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  • A beached fishing boat
    A beached fishing boat
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  • The distinctive tall chimneys
    The distinctive tall chimneys
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  • 1. Mijas

    Take the bus to Mijas. It`s a beautiful little place and a great place for a gentle stroll and relaxing with a wee beer. If you find some good shopping, that`s a bonus too! Take a minute to visit the...

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  • 2. Frigiliana

    Frigiliana is an attractive village in Andalucia, located about 50 km east of Malaga. After hiring a car in Malaga airport, we stopped here for a few hours to break the drive to the Sierra Nevada...

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  • 3. Nerja

    1 hour and a half by car from Marbella, less than an hour from malaga (with the new road), 52 km from Malaga, is called 'Balcón del Mediterraneo' ('Balcony of Mediterranean Sea'). Apart of the...

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  • 4. Antequera

    Please see my Antequera page where I am adding most of the inland sights and things to do. Antequera is a large governing town situated at the heart of the Malaga province and is an ideal base for...

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  • 5. Marbella

    Marbella is a popular and luxurious tourist resort west of Málaga (about 60 km). It is well known as it attracts wealthy people from all over the world. We spent an evening here walking through the...

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  • 6. Ronda

    You can go to Ronda on a daytrip. We took the car and drove about 1.5 hours to get there. The old and new town of Ronda are separated by El Tajo, a 100m-deep gorge. To get to the old town, you'll have...

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  • 7. Torremolinos

    One of the most popular holiday beach resorts of the Costa del sol. By regional train only 15 minutes from Malaga. For more information Go here!!

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  • 9. Nuestra Senora del Carmen

    I came across this church on my first visit to Malaga, when I was walking from the bus station into the historical heart of the city. I saw its twin bell-towers...

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  • 10. Iglesia Los Santos Martires

    This is another church with very ancient roots one of the first four built in Malaga in 1487 after the Christians took control of this part of Spain.As with the...

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  • 11. Iglesia del Sagrado Corazon

    This church was open when I visited, although Mass was about to start and I could only spend a couple of minutes inside.It's a modern church, commissioned by...

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  • 12. Iglesia de San Juan Bautista

    I never managed to get inside this particular church.....many I saw in Malaga seemed to only open for services, which is fair enough.But it is definitely worth...

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  • 13. Fascinating bit of architecture....

    I spotted this wonderfully ornate building on my first visit to Malaga's Atarazanas market but didn't spot the almost-hidden information plaque about it until a...

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  • 14. Lovely tiles in Paseo del Parque

    Paseo del Parque is a very pleasant green area which runs east-west, and more or less parallel with the coastline from the Plaza de la Marina to Plaza del...

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  • 15. Walk the old town

    It seemed to me that most visitors to Malaga do not stray far from its main sites and its main drag (Avenida Principal). This is a great pity, for there is far...

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  • 16. A little bit of ancient Arab wall....

    Malaga is an extremely ancient city, dating back to a time long before Roman rule. For 8 centuries, from the early 700s, much (all?) of what is now called Spain...

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  • 17. Malaga Ciudad.

    A walk around the old city reveals the interesting ancient architecture around Constitution Square and the Cathedral, there are many souvenir shops in this...

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  • 18. Misericordia beach

    Malaga's beach on the south side of the city is a perfect place to pass the time on a hot day, swimming, relaxing and people watching is the main activity, the...

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  • 19. Malaga's street gymnasium

    On a hot Spring day in Malaga, the place to be is Misericordia beach, where cool breezes and the prospect of a plunge into the blue Mediterranean waters attract...

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  • 20. Fab French Patisserie - close to the centre

    In the centre of Málaga there is a small pedestrianised street behind the Alameda (called Calle Trinidad Grund) In this street there is a lovely new French...

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  • 21. Donkeys and Flamingos in Fuente de Piedra

    If you're out travelling Malaga Province by car, stop by Fuente de Piedra, a small town in the north that is famous for having one of the largest natural lakes,...

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  • 22. Nice time in the mountains not leaving the city

    Before visiting Malaga I had heard about the Montes de Malaga, but thought it's 30- 50 km away from the city. As I haven't got a driving license nor enough...

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  • 23. Parque Natural de los Montes

    The access to Parque Natural de los Montes (or the Montes de Malaga) is actually through the town of Malaga and almost impossible to find. We tried to follow...

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  • 24. Go For a Drive

    If you are staying in the City of Malaga then why not hire a car for a couple of days and go off exploring. Within 30 minutes of the city you will find the most...

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  • 25. Go for a walk

    If you do happen to hire a car and go off exploring, take the opportunity to park out in the countryside and just go for a walk.The clean air, the smell of the...

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