Activities in Malaga
Malaga“In no other Spanish city have I felt as happy and as comfortable as in Malaga.” That’s what Hans Christian Andersen once said about the pearl of Andalusia. And so, Denmark’s most successful export of literature speaks to many a vacationer in Andalusia from the heart. Malaga is not only the synonym for an addictive type of ice cream, but it is also the name of a city that is addictive, and with its charm will take your heart by storm. Nestled amidst the deep blue Mediterranean Sea, golden sandy beaches and the hills of Andalusia covered in pine, olive and lemon trees, Malaga has been a melting pot of cultures for almost 2,000 years. At every step the red-brown stones of the Roman theatre, the Castillo Gibralfaro and the Moorish castle Alcazaba whisper their secrets to you. The ancient Moorish heritage of Malaga on the Maercado Central de Atarazanas is still alive, whose hustle and bustle will fascinate you with the scent of fresh fruit, grilled seafood and all sorts of sweet sins as at it did in the medieval heyday of Malaga. So, pack your suitcase and find out if Hans Christian Andersen was right!