In the middle of Costa del Sol, Malaga offers relaxation to those who want sunbeds and beach, internationally renowned museums to those looking for culture, and a excellent Mediterranean cuisine For all palates.
Gastronomy, markets, products and where to eat them, from the beach to tapas bars, we will talk to you in this post that it cost me a few kilos (to gain them, not to lose them).
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- Fresh product: Central Market
- Liquid Gastronomy: Bodega La Capuchina
- Eating on the beach: Espetos
- Tapas: Malaga night
Interior Mercado Central Málaga
Fresh product: Central Market
Gastronomy starts with the product, with the good product. The place where the people of Malaga go to look for the best is the Central Market of Atarazanas (C / Atarazanas, 10) as Simone told me (of the food tourism company Spain Food Sherpas).
Old muslim shipyard, from there comes its name, at the end of the 19th century the market is built on its ruins, of which only the main facade remains (on the side opposite the stained glass facade). The exterior abounds in wrought iron, the material symbol of modernity of that time.
Stained Glass Market Central Malaga