A picture says a thousand words so here are a few thousand in the form of a mega-insta-inspiration from our Malaga holiday…

1 Malaga beach

2 Malaga sun blue beach

3 Malaga inredningsvis beach

4 Malaga buildings

5 Malaga art

6 Malaga varied

7 picasso

8 Malaga chokladkaka
A must try before you die! :) If you only visit one restaurant in Malaga, this is the place “La Plaza”

9 Malaga pink scooter

9.1 Malaga hus

10 Malaga cat
My meeting with a cute, black, Malaga cat :)
10.1 Malaga toilet
I found this beautiful queen-like furniture in a rest room….only in Spain :)
11 Malaga inredning
Spanish decor with a luxurious and classy feeling

12 Malaga bull fighting ring

As I mentioned in my previous post, Malaga is certainly a city of contrasts, with both beautiful fashionable city blocks and broken down slum areas where poverty is never far away. The artist Picasso was born in Malaga and it shows, as his presence is noticeable in all parts of town.

I can definitely recommend that you hire a bike if you go to Malaga. We cycled a whole day along the wonderful beach front from Muello Uno to Rincon De La Victoria. We stopped at many places, including a wonderful little restaurant by the sea and ate an amazing lunch in the sun.

We walked around the town on the days when it was sunny and took in the Spanish atmosphere. On our last day, I ate absolutely the best restaurant meal I’ve had for years. The restaurant is called La Plaza and the chocolate cake as a dessert was a complete taste orgasm :)

It can be cold in Spain in the Winter, so make sure you take a jacket and a warm sweater if you travel there during Winter. Malaga leaves noone unmoved and I can warmly recommend a visit in this art-inspired Spanish city pearl.

Con Amor M

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Within interior design, I love the combination of old and new, a marriage of history and modernism, romanticism meeting minimalism. In addition, I have a burning passion for crispy silks, dark chocolate and long baths with a fragrance of lavender.

14 Comments

  1. Wonderful pictures Maria. Looks like you had so much fun. Malaga is a fun and beautiful city to visit.

  2. Hi Maria! Wow Malaga must be an awesome place to visit, full of great things! Thanks for the tips, you took great photos and I’m just craving for that choco cake!^^ Kisses dear and have a good day! xo

  3. lovely pictures and I would like to be there, really :) and pictures with cay is so cute :)

  4. I agree with your views of Malaga so much such a place of contrasts. I think it is a good place to visit for one or two days

  5. Hi Maria! ~ just catching up on your posts. Looks like you had a fantastic place and YES.. such a beautiful place! Spain is definitely on our bucket list. Your commentary is wonderful and are your accommodations in your previous post. Gorgeous part of the world!

    xxL

  6. Hi Maria,

    Lovely to discover your blog and many thanks for visiting me.
    Malaga looks amazing and looks like you had a great trip – thanks for sharing your photos.

    Happy day
    hugs
    Carolyn

  7. Hej!
    Vilka fina bilder från Malaga, verkar varit en härlig resa! Och vad kul att du gillar min blogg! Glad att jag hittade till dig, vi verkar ha en del gemensamma intressen :)
    Ha det gott!

  8. Vad kul att du hittat till min blogg! Och vad roligt att du vill hänga med mig i min vardag. Jag har suttit och kikat runt på din blogg ett tag nu och här fanns ju massor med inspiration! Precis som jag gillar! :) Och Malaga ser ju helt underbart ut!

    Jag hoppas att vi hörs igen, jag kommer absolut tillbaka!

    Kram Jennica

  9. Hej och tack för att du tittade in i min blogg och lämnade ett avtryck! Det är ju på det här sättet som man upptäcker andra bloggar och får inspiration! Vilken härlig resa du gjort till Malaga, bort från vinterkylan! Kramis

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