Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Malaga in Pictures 4

We arrived in the city center by bus, but we thought given the many people we see walking to the port plus the cruise ship is within sight we decided to give walking a try. Besides, we wanted to check out the beach and try one of the many restaurants that line the beach area.

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A nice walking path or boardwalk.

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Across the water from the boardwalk.

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All the restaurants by the beach were jampacked, but we got lucky and found a table. The service was slow, understandably so given the many people waiting for food. In this trip, we tried the grilled squid and/or octopus wherever we went. This was good too.

After a lengthy and filling meal, we continued to the beach. I didn't realize until this time how big a resort town Malaga is, and of course was surprised to see the many cats sharing the beach with humans.

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From the beeach we could spy our cruise ship. The town is walking distance/walkable from the port.

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Wide sidewalk for walking.

This ends my visit to Malaga, Spain.

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29 comments:

  1. Through your lovely pictures I now understand why you fell in love with Malaga! It is a nice place to visit and it seems the climate was just pleasant enough to enjoy. :)

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  2. Malaga is a really nice place and you so well describe it with your beautiful photos.

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  3. Beautiful Malaga beaches! We also had to wait as the crowds were being fed the great fresh fish!

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  4. Gorgeous beach shots!

    Happy Weekend coming to you ~ ^_^

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  5. I like that walkway. Beautiful.

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  6. A beautiful town with great beaches!

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  7. The beach is very beautiful. I like seashore scenery very much.

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  8. It looks like a fine place to visit. The beach looks nice and it would be great to have nice restaurants so close.

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  9. It looks like a fabulous day to be out walking around Malaga - with sea-food abounding at every eatery. Yum! Great pics.

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  10. I am enjoying your series on Malaga. Amazing place and equally great captures of the yacht, the boardwalk and the beach.

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  11. Malaga is definitely a tourist destination for the Europeans who love the beach, Maria. It's probably the one reason why we don't have it on our Bucket List (yet?)...because we aren't beach people, per se (I have a history of skin cancer and need to be careful of sun exposure). But it sure is fun to see it all in your images. YAY.

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  12. beautiful cityscapes. Thanks for sharing :)

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  13. Beautiful pictures!

    Greetings, Sofie
    http://sofie-s-world.blogspot.be

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  14. Hello, lovely scenes and photos from your trip! The walkway and beach looks fabulous! Thanks for sharing. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  15. That looks like a beautiful city.

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  16. Some very nice photos of the place, beach and activities on the beach. Looking like you are having a great time!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://alex.kakinan.com

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  17. so wonderful. I wish I could be there!
    Best regards
    susa

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  18. What a stunning part of Spain... Thank you for sharing this!

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  19. Fantastic water scenes, loved the people pics too.

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  20. There's a closer view of that amazing sailing ship. - Margy

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  21. I wished I also could be at the beach or walking in the sunshine !

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  22. Wow, it is a big city! I don't know why that surprises me, but it does. Beautiful beach and boardwalks.

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  23. Malaga is an interesting place... Your photos depicted it all.

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  24. Your photos are beautiful. That looks like a fascinating place to visit.

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  25. That shade structure in the first photo is very long, and picturesque as well. And that last photo looks like it is in a Mediteranean country.

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  26. Spain is such a vibrant, colourful country. You have some fine pictures which prove that. The food is pretty good too!

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  27. I love the dizzying ceiling installation,
    the grilled squid,
    the beach, the view, well, yes, I hope to visit Malaga soon. ^0^

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