What’s On in Malaga

Find out What's On in Malaga, Restaurants in Malaga, Shopping, Sightseeing, Sports, Events, Night Clubs, Places to stay, Hotels, with our comprehensive website. Here you can find information to make your stay in Malaga an enjoyable one. Packed with great ideas on What to Do, Places to Visit, TOP Restaurants, News & Events, Attractions and more..

What’s on in Malaga

Things To See and Do

Attractions and Places to Visit in Malaga

Attractions and Places to Visit in Malaga

Malaga is a beautiful city of stunning architecture, history and culture. You’ll find ancient and modern colleges, fascinating museums and galleries, and plenty of parks, gardens and green spaces in which to relax. Plus, the city centre is small enough to cover on foot, and only a few minutes walk from the main rail and coach stations.

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Places to stay in Malaga

Places to Stay in Malaga

Whether you prefer the big five star treatment or the personal touch of an intimate chic boutique hotels, eco fincas and charming guesthouses, Malaga offers plenty of choices.

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Sports and Activities

Sports and Activities

If you’re looking for inspiration for new places to go, days out and things to do, there's no shortage of activities in Malaga. Here you can find some of the best golf courses in Europe and the perfect weather in the south makes it possible to play nearly all year around.

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Where to Eat in Malaga

Malaga is an exciting mix of traditional tapas bars and modern tapas bars, each offering a unique spin on Spain’s famous small plates. Malaga has a huge choice for eat and drink, including historic classic pubs, beautiful stylish restaurants, home to a handful of fantastic places for a hearty Andalusian breakfast, Spain’s most colorful local markets, delicious fried fish shops, and some of the best chiringuitos (beachside seafood restaurants) in the country. 

Activities, Where to Eat, Stay, What to Do in Malaga

Amador Restaurant in Malaga

Amador Restaurant

On-site guests are able to indulge in the superb cuisine of renowned Chef Amador Fernandez and his self-named restaurant, Restaurante Amador.
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Casa Vicente Restaurant  Malaga

Casa Vicente Restaurant

Tradition and culture remained in their fish and shellfish dishes, becoming one of the most populars Seafood Restaurants in Malaga.
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El Tapeo De Cervantes Restaurant

El Tapeo De Cervantes

In the historic center of the city, steps from the Teatro Cervantes, its warm, intimate and cozy atmosphere is perfect to taste some of the best tapas in Mаlaga.
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El Refectorium Catedral Malaga

El Refectorium Catedral

The original Refectorium in La Malagueta first opened its doors in 1972. It has long been considered to be a leader in local Malagueño-styled cuisine.
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What’s On In

Although its history dates back centuries, since the 1950s Malaga has been best-known as the gateway to the Costa de Sol. Many of the 16 million holidaymakers who arrive at the airport annually head straight for the beaches - all the better for those who come to enjoy this atmospheric city.

Its cultural fortunes have been boosted immeasurably by the new Picasso museum - the artist was born here - and contemporary art centre, plus a great selection of museums, the city is finding a new identity as Andalucia´s leading cultural destination. Malaga has an extensive range of things to do with a selection of places to eat and drinkadventures and activitiesplan your stay and visit to Malaga.