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Style City: Málaga

June 17, 2013

Daily Digest, Lifestyle

Style City: Málaga

 

Pictured: (L to R) The beach at Málaga, shopping in Málaga and drinks at Plaza La Merced.

Málaga is somewhere a lot of people fly into en route to the Costa del Sol. They usually only see the airport as they rush to get to Marbella or other spots along the coast.

I spent a long weekend in Málaga in May and found that it’s a far more attractive proposition than anything else on the Costa del Sol. If you’re interested in seeing the real Spain and in enjoying some shopping, gastronomic delights and gorgeous beaches, then read on for my recommendations:

Take in a Flamenco Show over dinner

Málaga has plenty of Flamenco in its blood and a top spot for taking in a show is at Vino Mio. The restaurant is modern and contemporary and the Flamenco takes place as you eat. They serve a lovely Ribera Del Duero red wine and the food was top notch served with a contemporary twist. Performances are on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 7:30 pm and booking is advisable as it’s really popular.  Restaurant Vino Mio, Calle Alamos, 11. Tel. – 952-609-093. €4.

Have a drink in a Plaza

Spanish squares or “plazas” are a great way to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy a drink al fresco in their many outdoor terraces. In Malaga, my favourite squares are Plaza La Merced and Plaza del Obispo.

Tapas

There are plenty of places to have tapas in Malaga. The best is to head to the city centre, where there are hundreds of places, especially around Larios Street.  The best thing to do is to walk around the area (streets coming off from Larios, Plaza Uncibay, Calle Granada, Plaza Obispo) and stop when you see something you like, as there are so many  to choose from. These were three of my favourites:

“El Cortijo de Pepe”, Plaza La Merced

Plaza La Merced is a sundrenched square filled with bars and terraces where you can sit outside and have a drink.  El Cortijo de Pepe tapas are unbeatable. Eat at the bar and try the “Bomba” and the “Croquetas”.

L’experience, Plaza del Obispo

L’experience serves great tapas in front of the cathedral in Plaza del Obispo. There’s seating outside where you can enjoy the view of the cathedral.

“El Pimpi”

“El Pimpi” bar is located in front of the Roman amphitheatre and is a popular place with tourists.  The décor is kitsch and filled with bull fighter memorabilia, bull’s heads and pictures of Antonio Banderas – who hails from Malaga. It’s a great place to soak up the atmosphere.

Head for the beach

A trip to the beach at Pedrogalejo and El Palo districts is well worthwhile. The waterfront is lined with “chiringuitos” – bars and restaurants where you can eat your fill of typical Malagueno food such as paella, seafood, sardines and salads. On Sundays the locals head to the beach for the day – Spanish eating time is 2pm-4pm so if you want to be sure of a seat, get in before them. It’s also a great place for a drink and aperitif and the beach itself is clean and full of sunbathers.

Take bus 33 from the Bull Ring to El Palo beach – the beaches get better the further out you go.

Frozen Yoghurt

A great way to cool down in the heat is to grab some frozen yoghurt from the many shops that sell it in the city centre.

Shopping in Malaga

I found The shopping in Malaga brilliant. Calle Larios is where you’ll find most shops including some that look like time forgot them. There are large Mango, Zara, Massimo Dutti and Stradivarius. The Mango there is huge and carries way more accessories than we have in Dublin. HE Mango (Mango for Men) is great for men’s clothes and their suit department had some well priced blazers, shirts and suits.

Try Spanish label’s Desigual, Hoss Intropia (great for dresses), Adolfo Dominguez (great for accessories) and Trucco for clothes you won’t find in Ireland. Also look out for local shops selling Spanish leather shoes and handbags – they’re great value and will last a lifetime.

There are designer boutiques along Muelle 1 and shopping malls and an El Corte Ingles department store on the outskirts of the city.

Market

Atarazanas market (Calle Atarazanas 10)  is where you can stock up on fruit, veg, meat, fish, cheese, wine and olives. There’s a discount supermarket called “Dia” on the same block if you need bread, water and self catering supplies.

Picasso Museum

Málaga is the birthplace of Picasso and a friend from Malaga told me to avoid everything with the word Picasso attached to it, as it’s usually overpriced and over rated. Everything except the Picasso Museum that is. It’s is a contemporary museum showing the artist’s work over his lifetime and offers a cool and quiet respite from the heat and noise of the bustling city outside.

Muelle 1

Malaga’s old port area has been revamped into a beautiful pedestrian area called “Muelle 1” which is lined with waterside shops and restaurants. During the day there are a lot of people walking and eating; by night the view is lovely as you can sit out and see the entire old roman castle lit up from afar.

Getting there

I flew Dublin- Malaga with Aer Lingus. A taxi from the airport to Malaga city centre costs about €20-€25. Otherwise, you can catch the bus.

Sleep: I booked an apartment via Airbnb which cost €50 a night. You can see it here.

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One Response to “Style City: Málaga”

  1. James Says:

    Nice Post,

    No Doubt Málaga is great Place, Known for its beautiful Hotels and beaches

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