Malaga the gate way to the Costa del sol is also the home of 600,000 persone, 1000 tapas bars, Some fantastic art galleries and restaurants and an occasionally mad nightlife scene. On summer weekends Malaga feels like one big fiesta, and bars open till late along the Mediterranean beaches at La Malagueta and Pedregalejo. live-music bars are crammed into the Old Town, particularly on Calle de las Beatas, Calle Granada and Plaza de la Mercede. If you want to take your night onto one of the major clubs Torremolinos is a taxi ride away. For a large city there are stll good beaches and you don’t need to escape down the coast. Caleta Beach offers safe bathing and is popular with families and locals who come to relax in the coastal breeze(the city can be an oven on hot days). El Candado Beach is ideal for wind surfing, sailing and diving, while El Palo Beach is the spot for fishing and scuba diving.
The Picasso Museum a tribute to Malaga’s most famous son is located appropriately in Malaga palace on the Calle San Agustin. If Picasso is too old school for you, many of Spain (and Britain’s) young blades are on display in the Contemporary Arts Centre. The Alcazaba fortress and its Orange groves is probably the most important remaining site from the Moorish occupation and a must see in Malaga. A ornato cattedrale rinascimentale notte di Malaga è illuminata da lampade ad arco e bagliori tutta la città