In front of the cathedral spreads the sumptuous Plaza del Obispo, where the blood-red Bishop’s Palace, the Palacio Episcopal, forms an...
Málaga’s cathedral was started in the 16th century when several architects set about transforming the original mosque. Of this, only the...
Just off Calle Larios, this busy little retro cafe caters to a mainly Spanish crowd. In the mornings, it does brisk breakfast business...
Casa Aranda is in a narrow alleyway next to the market and, since 1932, has been the place in town to enjoy chocolate and churros ...
Lonely Planet review
An old-world Italianite coffee/ice-cream bar that serves as Málaga’s top confitería (sweets and pastries shop) , Lepanto is insanely popular probably because most of its sweets and pastries are highly addictive. Enjoy them in the art nouveau embellished interior, being served by athletic waiters in waistcoats.