What to see and do in Málaga
See the birthplace of Pablo Picasso
Even though Pablo Picasso, the Spanish artist, spent most of his life between Barcelona and Paris, Málaga, his home town, has become the most famous. You can visit the museum in the house where Picasso grew up as a child and take a closer look at his life and times.
Taste “pescaíto frito”
If you want to eat in the local style, visit one of the many beach bars, “chiringuitos”, and order “pescaíto frito” (fried fish). If you want to taste everything the Mediteranean coast of Málaga has to offer, order “fritura malagueña”, a typical local bowl full of fried seafood.
How about going to the beach?
As one of the most popular destinations at “Costa del Sol”, Málaga is a true paradise with many beaches ideal for sunbathing and watersport lovers – everyone enjoys a bit of fun in the sun.
Whether you wish to have a quiet evening or long for wild nights that don’t end in the morning, Málaga has something to offer and you will definitely not be bored. The most popular and typical places pulsating with nightlife include the squares and streets Plaza de la Merced, Plaza de la Constitución, Calle Granada, Calle Alcazabilla, Calle La Malagueta and Calle Larios.