In front of the cathedral spreads the sumptuous Plaza del Obispo, where the blood-red Bishop’s Palace, the Palacio Episcopal, forms an...
Catedral de Málaga
Málaga’s cathedral was started in the 16th century on the site of the former mosque. Of the mosque, only the Patio de los Naranjos ...
Just off Calle Larios, this busy little retro cafe caters to a mainly Spanish crowd. In the mornings, it does brisk breakfast business...
Located on pedestrian street flanked by classy bars and restaurants, Alumbre dishes up arty plates of innovative Andalucian-inspired...
Calle Strachan 6 · interesting places nearby
A popular upmarket tapas bar with pavement tables and an interior full of wine-barrel tables and stools, Gorki serves tangy cheeses and an extensive list of Spanish wines. Try the belly-warming alubias con cordoniz (white-bean stew with partridge) or the cold ajoblanco soup.
There's a second branch on Muelle Uno.