Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares
Located in a 17th-century inn, the speciality of Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares is everyday rural and urban life of the past;...
The antithesis of Málaga's prestigious world-class art museums is refreshingly down-to-earth MUES (Málaga Arte Urbano en el Soho) a...
Málaga Bike Tours
Bike tours are an excellent way to see the sights and you can't do better than Málaga Bike Tours, which runs daily tours leaving from...
Antigua Casa de Guardia
This atmospheric old tavern dates to 1840 and is the oldest bar in Málaga. The peeling custard-coloured paintwork, black-and-white...
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...
Calle Atarazanas · interesting places nearby
Mercado Atarazanas information
North of the city's main artery, the Alameda Principal, you’ll find this striking 19th-century iron-clad building incorporating the original Moorish gate that once connected the city with the port. The magnificent stained-glass window depicts historical highlights of the city.
The daily market here is pleasantly noisy and animated. Choose from swaying legs of ham and rolls of sausages or cheese, fish and endless varieties of olives. The fruit and veg stalls are the most colourful, selling everything that is in season, ranging from big misshapen tomatoes, sliced and served with olive oil, chopped garlic and rough salt, to large purple onions, mild-flavoured and sweet.