The most emblematic restaurant and winery in Málaga, an essential visit when visiting the city. Located in an old house from the 18th century in Malaga, it hosts several rooms with typical decoration and allows you to enjoy the wines and exquisite cuisine. It is located in the historic center, next to the Picasso Museum, the Alcazaba and the Roman Amphitheater.

WHERE? Calle Granada, 62

INFO:  www.elpimpi.com


With its history of more than 160 years without interruption, the winery is considered the most veteran of the existing wineries in Málaga. It is a site of tradition that is part of the history and customs of the city. The offer of the bar is very simple. It based its success on its decoration with huge barrels and a Stone floor, own and varied wines at excellent prices. The bar is very popular among the locals so it is not usually easy to find space in their bar at the most frequented hours of the day.

WHERE? Alameda Principa, 18

INFO:  www.antiguacasadeguardia.com


There are few things as Spanish as churros. In Malaga, one of the classic places with more than 75 years of experience offers this Spanish delight. Casa Aranda is a traditional churrería of the city that offers as well the delicious chocolate or coffe (with its infinite varieties) to accompany the churros. It is located in four locals and its really popular, especially on the dates like Christmas, Easter or the Feria de Malaga.

WHERE? Calle Herrería del Rey, 3

INFO:  www.casa-aranda.net


Casa Mira is an emblematic ice cream shop in Malaga, where you can taste excellent quality ice cream in a traditional place. In addition to a variety of ice cream offers almond polvorones, nougat and other typical sweets. This ice cream shop from the end of the 19th century, it’s very good option to enjoy a good ice cream in the middle of calle Larios.

WHERE?  Calle Marqués de Larios, 5


With its checkered floor and marble columns, Lepanto is considered done of the best bakeries in Malaga. It also works as coffee shop and ice cream parlor. Located in the central street Calle Larios, Lepanto is a place that allows you to sit on its terrace and enjoy a lively afternoon. As for its menu, it offers sweet and savory snacks, coffees and other delicacies.

WHERE? Calle Marqués de Larios, 7

INFO: www.cateringlepanto.com


This terrace bar on the 15th floor, now managed by the AC hotel company, is the highest rooftop bar in the city. It offers wonderful views over the harbor, the cathedral and the city. The terrace is an ideal place to go for dinner or to have a drink or even in summer enjoy your pool. An experience that you do not forget.

WHERE? Calle Cortina del Muelle, 1