Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. I visited the Picasso museum in Barcelona a couple years ago so I didn't feel like I was missing anything by not going to the one in Malaga. I did walk past Pablo many times each day as he sits in one of the historic squares that was a 2-minute walk from the B&B where I stayed.
Malaga has some beautiful Spanish architecture.
There are Moorish ruins.
Not to mention some fantastic food! There are a couple vegetarian/vegan restaurants that I stayed at a vegan B&B (Veganbnbspain) that served the most amazing breakfasts (made fresh every morning by Emma). And we're not talking some bread and a jar of jam. These were real, delicious and filling vegan breakfasts!
|One of the salads at Alcazabilla|
|Homemade raw granola with strawberries, strawberry-banana smoothie, homemade almond milk.|
|Chocolate-chia pudding with bananas, fresh-squeezed orange juice with ginger.|
|Tofu, tomatoes and spinach scrambled on toast with fresh-squeezed lemonade.|
And, like every city, there are some quirky odd bits to be found.
|I didn't go inside as I figured watching burgers float around a tank of water wouldn't be very interesting.|
I don't know if I'll get the chance to go back before I leave the continent in a few months but I certainly wouldn't mind spending some more time there!