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Plaza y Acera de La Marina

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Plaza y Acera de La Marina

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Caminito del Rey tour from Malaga with Picnic (small group)

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We are the best way to discover Caminito del Rey avoiding the crowds and big groups.<br><br>We are the only tour that includes a picnic with local products.<br><br>Small group (8 people max.) with independent travelers. Lots of fun guaranteed.<br><br>visits the Natural Park during the less busy hours.<br><br>The guide is an expert in geography and geology.
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Topman4 wrote a review Jan 2020
Whitley Bay, United Kingdom470 contributions137 helpful votes
On a day trip from Fuengirola we spent time having food and drinks in this popular area. Although it’s busy there is still space. There are plenty of quiet places to sit and people watch. It’s relaxing and popular and awake from traffic. If you’re visiting you are bound to come along here. If you don’t visit you will regret.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Benjamin R wrote a review Nov 2019
Rexburg, Idaho656 contributions173 helpful votes
From this plaza, the roads into the older and newer parts of Málaga emerge. It is the center of this vibrant part of the city, close to the many shops along the harbor, the main park of Málaga, and most of the areas that visitors will want to explore. In itself, it is a large paved plaza, but it represents a starting point for discovering much of this beautiful city. We walked all over and enjoyed the plaza along the way.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rachel G wrote a review Nov 2019
Malta3 contributions
Lovely walk at night. Surrounding buildings are spectacular. Close to Marina which is also a must to explore.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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warbis66 wrote a review Oct 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom490 contributions130 helpful votes
Lovely square, packed full of history. Not much else to say, but worth a walk through, try and find the shade though, as very hot when sunny.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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DCHPORTVENDRES wrote a review Oct 2019
Clogheen, Ireland1,279 contributions437 helpful votes
This plaza is one of the many pretty squares scattered around the historic centre of Malaga. It is located close to the Ferris wheel and the bus stop that services Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Mijas. It is an ideal starting point for those who want to explore the more interesting sites, monuments and museums scattered around the city centre. The square was created when the Moorish walls, that protected the city from the sea, were demolished in the nineteenth century. It is a lively spot with lots of entertainment and is the first sight that visitors from cruise ships catch a glimpse of when they arrive into port. For travellers coming in by bus from the sea, sun and salami sandwich Costa it is an ideal starting and orientation point for those wishing to explore the city. Take a leisurely stroll through here and head for some of the lovely marbled streets around Calle Larios to see beautiful architecture, fantastic shops and a great selection of pavement cafes. So after a coffee in the iconic Cafe Central or posh Lepanto it's time to stroll over to Plaza Merced, birthplace of Pablo Picasso, probably the most famous person born in this intriguing Mediterranean city. Malaga is one of those destinations that require multiple visits because there is just so much to see and do. 
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Date of experience: March 2019
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