If you are looking for some “seaside time”, here is part 3 of “Discover Málaga“. Enjoy the most authentic Malaga!

The Seaside Neighbourhoods

Our third route will take you to the seaside neighbourhoods of Palo and Pedregalejo, the charming and traditional “Malagueño” fishing areas.

The Pedregalejo-El Palo Promenade. It’s a great place for a stroll along the traditional restaurants offering some Mediterranean delicacies, such as skewered sardines and seafood.

The Palomas Watchtower. A lighthouse built in the XVI century which forms a part of a network of similar towers along the Med Coast.

Peñón del Cuervo Beach. An environmentally protected beach that gets its name from the shape of the rock emerging from the water. A great place for snorkling!

If you are still up for more tourism, there are several museums in the area that will allow you to discover the old boatbuilding, the jábegas and the Jurassic caves with their aquifer.

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