The Perfect 2 Days in Málaga Itinerary
Málaga is beautifully hip and elegant city filled with historical magnificence, and some seriously good food. There’s plenty of things to do in Málaga. To fit everything fun about Malaga into two days, I’m going to give you a bit of everything.
Where We Stayed:
Kempinski Hotel Bahía - a luxurious beachfront hotel overlooking the Mediterranean. It features 3 outdoor swimming pools, gardens and a spa.
Where to eat:
Camurí - Fusion cuisine
Las Brasas de Alberto - Spanish/grilled meat
La Bulla Gastrobar - Creative Mediterranean
Restaurante El Pescador - Seafood restaurant by the beach
Day 1 - Málaga
Plaza de la Constitución - Malaga’s main square is as relaxing and charming as any, with plenty of space for people to stroll through on the weekend.
Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga - known by locals as “the one armed lady” (La Manquita) because it isn’t quite finished and one entire tower is left undone.
Alcazaba - the Alcazaba is still said to be Spain’s best preserved citadel ating back to the 11th century, giving you a true sense of Malaga’s Moorish history.
Day 2 - Ronda and Júzcar villages
Puente Nuevo - Looking like something straight out of Game of Thrones, the Puente Nuevo spans a narrow chasm that separates two sides of the historic city of Ronda!
Ronda viewpoint - What would a beautiful landscape be without an incredible viewpoint from which to see it?
Jardines de Cuenca - The views at The Cuenca Gardens are fantastic and give you a unique and differing perspective of the city.
Baños Arabes - The Arabic baths in Ronda are the best preserved in Spain.
Júzcar - Smurf-like Village