Malaga Travel Guide – Top Things to do, by Locals

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Planning to visit Andalusia, Spain?
Here’s a complete Malaga travel guide featuring top places and things to do, recommended by locals Javier and Luis.

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SKIP TO…
#1 Port of Malaga – Cycle along the seafront (0:21)
#2 Pedregalejo Neighborhood – Find the best restaurants with a view (Restaurante Hermanos Muñoz) (1:00)
#3 La Malagueta Beach – Taste a fresh “espeto de sardinas” (1:30)
#4 Atarazanas Market – Take a food walking tour (2:15)
#5 Casa Aranda – The best place for churros and chocolate (3:10)
#6 Bar El Pimpi – Drink sweet wine and enjoy flamenco (3:36)
#7 Roman Theater – Dive into the history of Malaga (3:36)
#8 Plaza Merced – Visit the birthplace of Picasso (4:27)
#9 Bar El Beato – Taste the most popular Spanish tapas (5:02)
#10 Calle Larios – Take a stroll through the city’s liveliest street (5:42)
#11 Constitution Square – Explore the Historic Quarter with a view (5:59)
#12 The Incarnation Cathedral – Marvel at exquisite Renaissance art, inside and out (6:22)

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Huge 10 foot shark spotted by Costa del Sol beach as terrified locals and tourists flee from water

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A huge ’10-foot’ shark has been spotted off the coast of the Costa del Sol sparking fears among tourists and locals in the Spanish holiday hotspot.

Police ordered people out the water at the resort of Fuengirola after sightings began to flood in about the creature at around lunch time today.

Red flags were hoisted along more than five miles of coastline as footage emerged of what was believed to be the terrifying animal lurking in the waters.

The shark is seen swimming close to the shore and appears to be unbothered by people watching it close by.