Malaga is the capital of the Andalusia region and a vibrant port city with many newer facilities waiting for you to explore them.

This extensive guide is designed to let you know what you can plan in your Malaga itinerary and activities you should consider adding in.

This Spanish-dance style originated in this region, and a prestigious competition is held every two years to pick the best flamenco dancers.

#1. Watch a Flamenco Show

The Alcazaba palace is one of the finest examples of a Moorish palace in the world. 

#2. Tour the Alcazaba

#3. Shop at the Atarazanas Food Market

The Atarazanas Food Market was initially constructed as an Arabian shipyard, and the architecture of this lively market is worth the stop. 

There are two blue-flag beaches in Malaga, Spain, but the closest one to the city’s center is Playa de la Malagueta Beach. 

#4. Play on Malagueta Beach

See over 100 cars at the Malaga Car Museum. Each vehicle is accompanied by at least one mannequin wearing fashion appropriate for the time the car was built.

#5. Stroll Through the Malaga Car Museum

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