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Things to do in Malaga

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The top 416 attractions in Malaga

Streets in Malaga
Calle Marqués de Larios
4 activities
Cathedrals in Malaga
Málaga Cathedral
Historical Monuments in Malaga
Alcazaba de Málaga
Harbors in Malaga
Port of Málaga
Festivals in Malaga
Feria de Agosto (Malaga Fair)
Viewpoints in Malaga
Mirador Gibralfaro
Beaches in Malaga
Baños del Carmen
Museums in Malaga
Museo Picasso Málaga
Ruins in Malaga
Roman Theatre of Malaga
4 activities
Squares in Malaga
Plaza de la Constitucion
3 activities
Beaches in Malaga
Malagueta Beach
Beaches in Malaga
La Misericordia Beach
Streets in Malaga
Pasaje de Chinitas
Markets in Malaga
Mercado Central Atarazanas
Neighborhoods in Malaga
Málaga's Historical Centre
1 activity
Castles in Malaga
Castillo de Gibralfaro

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The best things to do in Malaga

If you're anxious about what to do in Malaga, don't worry! Whether you visit in summer or winter, you'll find a wide variety of things to do in Malaga. As you'd expect from the south of Spain, beaches rank among the top things to see in Malaga.
There are totally urban beaches, such as La Malageta,
as well as more remote beaches where you can enjoy splendid sand in a more natural setting. Taking in the beautiful sunsets while enjoying a cocktail at one of the many beach bars is one of the best Malaga activities.

Apart from beaches, the city is also famous for being the birthplace of Picasso. The house that the famous painter was born in has been converted into a museum and is one of the most interesting
places to visit in Malaga. The museum often organizes temporary exhibitions alongside the permanent collection, and it's the perfect place to learn a little more life and work of the artist.

If the weather is a little cloudy or you are tired of sunbathing, a walk through the Old Town might be the best option. Some of the most important attractions in Malaga proper include the Roman Theatre, the Alcazaba, the Cathedral, and the Jewish Quarter.
The Alameda, and Calle Larios are also full of worthy Malaga attractions as well as charming cafes and tapas bars.

As you can see, there's no shortage of
stuff to do in Malaga! Whether you want sun and fun, history, or exquisite Spanish cuisine, you're sure to find something you like in Malaga.
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