A Tour of MALAGA, SPAIN | Is It Worth Visiting?


Exploring the city of Malaga, part of the Costa del Sol region on the Mediterranean Sea of southern Spain. Here’s a travel story I wrote that explains in more detail why I wasn’t able to go to Morocco: https://gabrieltraveler.medium.com/my-travels-from-greece-to-ireland-b8cfe2d9e478
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“La Rambla” by Louis Nichols
“Sunshine Samba” by Chris Haugen
“Into the Moment” by Deskant
“Guardians” by Dream Cave

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Visiting Malaga's Most dangerous neighborhood. Will we make it out alive? Las Palmas.


Visiting Malaga's Most dangerous neighborhood. Will we make it out alive? Las Palmas.

Mikko has a friend named David who lives in Palma, it’s known as the most dangerous neighborhood in Malaga. Possible the most dangerous neighborhood in all of Andalusia. It’s a place that they tell tourists specifically never to go to. In fact many Spanish people tell me that they would not go here and have never even been. I have also heard that it’s so dangerous the police won’t even go inside. David takes us inside the heart of Palma, known as Palmilla where he lives. We even visit his apartment and share some beers with him. I found out some surprising things about how people live inside Palmilla and the way that they help each other. Do not miss this video!

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Mikko tiene un amigo llamado David que vive en Palma, es conocido como el barrio más peligroso de Málaga. Posiblemente el barrio más peligroso de toda Andalucía. Es un lugar al que les dicen específicamente a los turistas que nunca vayan. De hecho muchos españoles me dicen que no irían aquí y ni siquiera han estado. También he oído que es tan peligroso que la policía ni siquiera entrará. David nos lleva al corazón de Palma, conocido como Palmilla donde vive. Incluso visitamos su apartamento y compartimos unas cervezas con él. Descubrí algunas cosas sorprendentes sobre cómo vive la gente dentro de Palmilla y la forma en que se ayudan entre sí. ¡No te pierdas este video!
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A Pandemic Holiday // Visiting Costa del Sol during Coronavirus (2020)


Travel between the Spanish Autonomous Communities is allowed, but still the international borders are predominantly closed to tourists.
This is a problem.
A massive chunk of Spain’s GDP comes in the form of tourist money; and arguably it is the lifeblood of the country.
I also work in the industry – the Madrid & Darracott wine shop lives thanks to tourists too.
I wanted to see the vibe in one of the most popular tourist hot spots in the country: the legendary Costa del Sol.
It was also an opportunity for me to break free of Madrid where I had been solo running my business for months, and reconnect with some family and friends. And eat… of course.

I hit up: Malaga, Benalmadena (Costa, Arroyo de la Miel, Pueblo), Mijas, Fuengirola, and Cartama.

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