Imagine for a moment that you are strolling along the beach, wind blowing through your hair, and the summers heat pressed against your body. These are the instant sensations you get when visiting two of Spain’s historic yet modern cities, Malaga and Marbella!
Malaga is a city where colors and history comes to light. With an unfinished Gothic Cathedral, balconied buildings, amazing eats and the historic Alcazaba at its core, Malaga’s mediterranean swagger offers a collection of charming sights. Have a stroll around and be captivated by the stories that this city has to offer.
Historic City Center
Plaza de la Merced
Alcazaba (stunning views of the city center)
Puerte de Malaga
Playa de la Malagueta
With all the charisma as any larger city, but still quaint in its own right, Marbella is Malaga’s glamorous playground. Swimming, sunbathing, beachside lunch dates and mid-day sailing from the port of Cabopino makes this destination one of the best along the Costa del Sol. You can never go wrong with almost 30km of beaches. Have a dip along the nude beach if you’re brave enough.
More to come as I continue my journey through the beautiful country of Spain. Cheers to the Vagabonding Life!