MALAGUETA: Majestic Malaga and its port
Malaga’s high society built its summer houses in the strip alongside the port, between the sea and the slopes of Mount Gibralfaro. This area is home to fine late-19th and 20th century architecture, first-class shops and restaurants and sightseeing landmarks.
SOHO: the arts district
This part of the city combines arts and cultures from all times and nationalities, both in public spaces and in private offerings.
El PALO - PEDREGALEJO: Seaside neighborhoods
Discover the seafaring tradition of Malaga, with the streets and architecture typical of fishermen’s neighborhoods, where you can take in a skewer of Malagueño sardines (proposed as an Intangible Cultural Heritage) and where you can still sense the authenticity and simplicity of the seafaring life.
TABACALERA: Industrial heritage and innovation
The industrial Malaga of the 19th century is still palpable in the old factories refurbished for culture and social innovation, and in the brick smokestacks that dot the modern seaside promenades and the city’s natural beaches.