Top 5 Recommendations for spending a day in Malaga Spain

Top 5 Recommendations for spending a day in Malaga Spain 1.  Tour Malaga by Segway. Segway is such a fun way to tour.  Plus you learn some history, see the old Roman Amphitheatre, Cathedral, and more! (See our Segway Malaga post for more info) 2.  Picnic on the beach. We always love to soak up some sun and enjoy the … Continue reading

Vino Mio Malaga Spain

Vino Mio Malaga Spain We have enjoyed some delicious meals and some wonderful experiences during our time in Spain.  What I love about Vino Mio, is that it is a combination of both! Right next to Teatro Cervantes is Restaurante Vino Mio. Summer made dinner reservations for us, which I would recommend, since they are very popular. We loved the … Continue reading

Segway Experience Málaga Spain

written by Nancy. Segway Experience Málaga Spain The Segway Málaga Experience offers a tour around some of the sites of Malaga.  What a fantastic and fun way to tour around. They are conveniently located near the harbor at Pier 1.  So it was easy for us to find them.  They also rent electric bikes. We met our tour guide, Sergio, … Continue reading

Alma Flamenca Málaga Spain

Alma Flamenca Málaga Spain We have read some wonderful reviews about Alma Flamenca and were anxious to try their dinner and Flamenco show. All of the staff were extremely friendly and helpful.  We were even greeted by the manager and owner. We started our dinner with a nice salad that included goat cheese, pear,  and salmon.  It was really delicious. … Continue reading

Charlotte Gastrobar & Cafe in Malaga Spain

Charlotte Gastrobar & Cafe in Malaga Spain Whenever we visit a new city, Summer gets busy doing research.  She is a real foodie and she loves Spanish food.  So when we visited Malaga, she looked for a place that would have some interesting tapas. The Charlotte Gastrobar & Cafe was her choice.  So she emailed them and made reservations for … Continue reading

Picasso Museum, Malaga Spain

Written by Dave Pablo Picasso was born in Málaga.  The Museo Picasso has many Picasso paintings and sculptures from the family’s private collection.  Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos inside the museum.   We were allowed to take pictures in the courtyard, so this was as close as our photos come to the artwork.  We were able to … Continue reading

Málaga, Spain

Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol.  It is a large city with a population over 500,000.  We decided to take a day trip and see what we could find.  It is never easy to find parking in the city, but having a camper makes it even more complicated.  We found a spot near a delivery truck and … Continue reading