Malaga's wines are worth more than a sip, too, and visitors can try them at Antigua Casa de Guardia, one of the city's few remaining wine cellars.
Also, you can explore the region's wine history at the Wine Museum in the historic city center.
For a sense of traditional Spanish life, visit the districts of Pedregalejo and El Palo, fishing communities with some of Spain's best seafood. weekends and holidays November 1 to March 31) By Bike: If you are feeling energetic, you can rent a bicycle. Prices vary, and some bike rental companies offer guided tours. Passengers sit in a small covered carriage, which is towed along behind a bicycle.
The city is an ideal base for trips outside town, allowing visitors easy access to explore southern Spain's delights. Wednesday to Saturday October to May), Shopping: The historic center of town is a shopping paradise, with hundreds of all kinds of shops. La Alcazaba: One of the city's major landmarks, the fortress dates to the 700s, although much of the structure belongs to the mid-11th century. Tuesday to Sunday in winter months) Mercado de Atarazanas: Within the city's bustling marke, stalls sell fresh fish, spices, deli items, fruit and vegetables. Your driver acts as a personal tour guide, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the scenery.
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It also encompasses fine architecture and has enough ancient buildings to keep history hounds happy for hours.