There are few Moroccan restaurants in Málaga, but it is worth noting that Al-Yamal is probably the best of them. The ... More
There are few Moroccan restaurants in Málaga, but it is worth noting that Al-Yamal is probably the best of them. The decor is Arabic, replete with heavy curtains and couches. You sit on a pouf to eat, and we recommend you order couscous and eat it with your fingers, Moroccan style. Don't miss out on the delicious almond desserts and the sweet Moorish mint tea to end your meal. You can extend your stay a good while by trying different teas.
This was a stately mansion that has been carefully and respectfully converted into a cocktail bar. Many of the original
features have been retained, like grand wood and marble staircase. There are three bars, one on the lower floor ...
This cafe is located on one of the busiest streets in the city and has a reputation for excellence. The
business started off in Marbella and soon moved to Malaga as well and it's been looking after locals with ...
Málaga's main theater, Teatro Cervantes was built by the architect Jerónimo Cuervo and opened in 1870. Bernardo Ferrándiz painted a
spectacular allegory of the city on the ceiling. Until the mid 20th century, the theater was popular and successful, ...