A city break in Malaga is a great way to spend a spring weekend. The weather is just warming up, but the city isn’t too busy, so you have space to walk about and discover the best places to eat and drink.
We had just three days to squeeze in as many experiences as possible, starting on our first night with tapas at this little bar which serves only shellfish that you order at the counter and then take over to your table.
It’s a bit messy, but good fun!
We enjoyed a different type of tapas on our second evening: you just point out the ham you want to try and the owner slices it off for you.
We tried Serrano with Manchego cheese.
We like to seek out the unassuming bars as that’s usually where you get the best coffee and this one was no exception.
We used Malaga as a base for a train journey to Cordoba. More on that later!