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Out of Office with OtterBox: Malaga Travel Guide

May 22, 2017



Last week saw us take our OtterBoxInsiders on the trip of a lifetime to the stunning mecca that is Malaga for #OtterBoxOoO.

To celebrate we have rounded up our favourite hotspots in Malaga! Perfect for anyone considering a fun weekend break or a week long trip to the Costa del Sol!


The Malaga area is one of the foodie hotspots of southern Spain’s Andalusia region; being the second-most mountainous area in the country, it has the perfect climate for all kinds of produce (including molasses, olive oil and goat’s cheese). Sardines, anchovies and shellfish are also staple foods of Andalusian cuisine. 

We’ve  hand-picked our favourite restuarants to help you make the most of time in Malaga!

El Pimpi: https://www.elpimpi.com/

Cafe con libros: http://cafeconlibrosmalaga.com/

Dlink: http://www.taperiaorganica.com/

L’Experience: http://www.plazadelobispo.com/

Al Yamal: http://www.restaurantearabeal-yamal.net/;

Brunchit: http://www.brunchit.es/

Meson de Cervantes: http://www.elmesondecervantes.com/

Terral: https://www.facebook.com/terral.burguer/timeline

Pez Tomillo: http://www.equipompuntor.com/pez-tomillo/


With its coastal location, Malaga’s nightlife offers some of the most scenic and charming bars in the country. Ranging from modern clubs to rustic old bars, there’s few things the Andalusian city doesn’t have. Reasonable prices, high quality drinks and a fun crowd are only a few reasons to check out its bar scene.

Antigua Casa de Guardia: http://antiguacasadeguardia.com/

Terraza de Larios: https://room-matehotels.com/es/larios/servicios/

La Tranca: http://www.latranca.es/

Puerta Oscura: http://www.puertaoscuramalaga.com/

Rooftop Terrace Oasis: https://hostelsoasis.com/malaga-hostels/oasis-malaga/oasis-lounge-bar/

Alcazaba Rooftop Terrace: http://www.alcazabapremiumhostel.com/en/the-rooftop-terrace.html


The inhabitants of Malaga do not go out before midnight and party until dawn. In the center, bars with smaller dance floors predominate. Check out our favourites below! 

Sala Gold: http://discotecasenmalaga.es/gold/inicio/

Moliere Playa: http://www.grupomoliere.com/moliereplaya.html

Anden: http://discotecaanden.com/

Palladium: http://www.clubbingspain.com/clubs/torremolinos/palladium.html

Toulouse: http://toulouseclub.com/


Shopping in Malaga is a wonderful amalgamation of the trendy international brands with the traditional artefacts.

Calle Marques de Larios: http://www.malagaturismo.com/de/tourist-resources/detail/calle-marques-de-larios/450

Calle Compania and Calle Carreteria: lots of small & fancy boutiques

Flamingo Vintage Kilo: http://www.vintagekilo.com/Vintage/vintage/tienda-MALAGA

Entrecosturas Vintage Clothing: https://www.facebook.com/EntrecosturasMalaga/

Muelle Uno: http://www.muelleuno.com/the-centre

La Galería Malaga: https://www.instagram.com/lagaleriamalaga/

Mery Peace Closet: https://www.instagram.com/merypeacecloset/


There are markets and flea markets all over the Costa Del Sol every day of the week.  They can be good fun if you are here on holiday with all the usual latest crazes for kids and adults.  They generally all sell the same stuff, but if you go to a market where there are more locals, you may find some gems!

Mercado Central de Atarazanas: http://www.malagaturismo.com/en/tourist-resources/detail/ataranzanas-central-market/455

Mercado de la Merced: http://www.mercadomerced.com/


Malaga is one of the oldest cities in the world with close to 3000 years of history. It is also a main transit point for tourists arriving in the Costa del Sol, Malaga is still a very Spanish, traditional city, with a lot to offer. Here is a selection of the top sights that are worth seeing in Malaga.

Picasso Museum: http://malagaguide.net/picasso-museum-malaga-deutsch-alle-infos-eintritt-gratis-online-tickets

Alcazaba: http://www.andalusien360.de/urlaub-reisen/sehenswuerdigkeiten/alcazaba-in-malaga

Castillo de Gibralfaro: http://malagaguide.net/burg-hotel-gibralfaro-malaga

Santa Iglesia Catedral Basílica de la Encarnación: http://malagaguide.net/kathedrale-malaga

Teatro Romano: http://malagaguide.net/besuch-im-teatro-romano-malaga

Muelle Uno (Port): https://www.facebook.com/muelleuno/

Plaza de la Merced: http://www.malagaturismo.com/es/recursos-turisticos/detalle/plaza-de-la-merced/72


The Hammam, or public bath, was one of the main hubs of social activity in the Islamic world. Although the idea of bathing came from an act of religious purification, it was also a place where people could come to meet friends, rest or relax. In Medieval Spain there were a lot of these baths; and the Hammam Al Andalus as well as others in Málaga tries to recreate a bit of that history.

Hammam al Andalus: http://malaga.hammamalandalus.com/es/

El Hammam Open Space and Spa: http://www.elhammamspa.com/en/

Villa Padierna: http://www.villapadierna.es/thermas/

Agua de Oriente: http://www.aguadeoriente.com/


All  beaches in Malaga have their own charm and if you fancy a quick dip before day of sightseeing, you are spoilt for choice.

Being a coastal city, a beach is never far. Nearly all the ones mentioned below are within a short distance from the centre of Malaga.

Malagueta Beach: http://www.malagaturismo.com/es/recursos-turisticos/detalle/playa-la-malagueta/739

La Caleta, Malaga: http://www.visitcostadelsol.com/things-to-do/la-caleta-beach-p21321

Burriana, Nerja: http://www.nerjatoday.com/nerjabeachguide/burriana/

Penon del Cuervo: http://www.malagaturismo.com/en/tourist-resources/detail/penon-del-cuervo-beach/746

Join the conversation as we pack our case, and share our memories in Malaga!