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Things To Do in Malaga in Summer

Sea Daffodil
Sea Daffodil. Credit: Flickr / amira_a

Stretches of sands with lapping waves, which you can enjoy as you tuck in some freshly-caught and grilled sardines over wine, this is Malaga for you. The summer months (June, July, and August) are a perfect time to enjoy the subtropical weather, the fully bloomed fruit trees like cherimoyas and beaches dotted with sea daffodils.

Malaga
Credit: Flickr / Nicole Abalde

There is something that suits every tourist in Malaga from trendy gastro bars to incredible Spanish art in museums like Picasso. Also, one of the best reasons to head to this resort city in August is the spectacular festival, Malaga fair. Here are some of the top things that you can do in Malaga in summer. 

Pier One Port of Malaga

This is a top one-stop destination for leisure and shopping. You can enjoy a relaxing promenade and indulge in astounding views of the 11th-century Alcazba and the Gibralfaro Castle. You will also find an assortment of bars, restaurants, and shops to explore.

The Palm Garden of Surprises
The Palm Garden of Surprises. Credit: Flickr / Nick Kenrick

Malaga's Beaches

Head to Malaga's beaches where there are some splendid beachfront bars and restaurants. You can look out for delectable Mediterranean sardines and tapas at popular restaurants like Maricuchi and El Caleño on the Pedregalejo beach.

Palm Tree on the Mediterranean
Palm Tree on the Mediterranean. Credit: Flickr / Bogdan Migulski

Nightlife at Mitjana Square

As the evening sets in, the best place to be at is the Mitjana Square, where you can enjoy a vibrant nightlife, and also stop at the famous pub Malafama.

Outdoor Dining Hot-Spots

Enjoy dining at the best terrace restaurants in Malaga like Refectorium El Campanario, Parador de Gibralfaro, and Toro Muelle Uno, which offer awe-inspiring views of the city. The marble-tiled Calle Marqués de Larios has many tapas bars with outdoor tables and is a must-visit during the Malaga fair festivities as it gets adorned with dazzling lights. 

Refectorium El Campanario
Credit: Refectorium El Campanario

So, get ready to book your Malaga flights and enjoy the Mediterranean ambience.

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