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Best things to do when in Malaga Spain


Best things to do when in Malaga, Spain

From adventure seekers to food lovers to art enthusiasts and beach lovers, Malaga, Spain has a lot to offer. Here, you can find challenging hiking trails, delectable dishes, awe-inspiring works of art, and breathtaking beaches.

If you’re traveling to Malaga and you’re not sure which place to visit first or what activities to do, this article is for you. Read on!

For Adventure: Hiking

Malaga offers many places to go hiking. If you love nature and adventure, Malaga will prove to be a top destination.

Hike Malaga’s gorgeous hills, mountains, and trails with varying levels of difficulty. You can reach many of them easily if you rent from, but can you also simply hike your way to them as a warmup for the harder adventure.

For difficult and challenging hikes, try:

  • Fuente del Espanto - circular hiking trail that extends to around 18 kilometers.

  • Caminito del Rey - the most famous hiking trail in Malaga and once thought to be the most dangerous in the world.

  • Ardales to El Chorro - one of the nicest hikes in Malaga, starting in Ardales and going to a steep descent to El Chorro.

You can enjoy these hiking trails all year round, with the temperatures rarely sliding lower than 12 degrees Celsius. On the flip side, the summer can be quite hot.

For the Tastebuds: Food Trip

Malaga offers world-class seafood, thanks to its geography. Dig deeper, and you’ll enjoy more mouthwatering treats. If you’re in Malaga, never pass up on these foods:


Malaga’s tapas are the best. Tapas prices vary between bars and restaurants, so you have to know where to get your serving. You can order little by little and enjoy the food slowly.


Pitufos are breakfast sandwiches filled with tomatoes, olive oil, and Spanish cured ham. The tomato and olive oil stand out, letting you enjoy a marvelous breakfast.

Malaga Salad

The Malaga salad is made of salt cod and oranges. You’ll enjoy a refreshing and filling experience that is easy to find in many of the city’s traditional bars.


If you have a sweet tooth, then the Malaga turron is a must-try. It’s full of nuts and isn’t hard to bite into. The sweet nougat makes it perfect for snacking or dessert.

For the Mind: Marvel at the Museums

Malaga has more than 30 different museums offering culture, art, and history to visitors. Here are some of the most worthy museum to check out:

Carmen Thyssen Museum

The Carmen Thyssen Museum offers 19th-century works with a special focus on Andalusian paintings.

Center of Contemporary Art

The Center of Contemporary Art is a free and cultural museum with rotating exhibits, talks, and film festivals.

Russian Museum

Malaga’s Russian Museum offers a collection fo Russian art from the 16th and 20th centuries.

For Relaxation: Perfect Beaches

You shouldn’t forget to relax on some of Malaga’s beaches. After all, Malaga’s coastlines are called the Coast of the Sun. To enjoy the true beauty of Malaga’s various beaches, visit the following:


Torremolinos offers the most captivating beaches in Malaga, connected by a four-and-a-half-mile promenade lined with palm trees and views of the coast.

Mijas Costa

Mijas Costa is the perfect place to sunbathe and swim. The longest and most popular of Mijas Costa’s beaches is the Calahonda, which offers a two-and-a-half-mile stretch of yellow sand and blue sea.

Playa Malagueta

The Playa Malagueta offers a 0.6-mile-long stretch of fine sand and a refreshing dose of the Andalusian Sun. You’ll also get to enjoy excellent nearby restaurants and bars when you reach its neighboring Paseo del Muelle.

Overall, no trip to Malaga is complete without exploring and trying these things. Whether it’s for your body, tastebuds, mind, or relaxation, Malaga has everything to offer.

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