Nightlife in Malaga

The Pedregalejo beach in Malaga is where all the fun begins. Water sports are practiced late into the night, and there are always raging beach parties all over the place. The nightlife in Malaga, for the locals at least, centres on the more traditional Flamenco style celebrations, with dancing drinking and singing, a combination of which can either turn into huge fun, or massive embarrassment for any tourist.

Some bars and restaurants offer Flamenco shows throughout the night. There are also a number of modern pubs and clubs which are open late and play some of the best and up to date music. Some of the Tapas bars are open reasonably late and even when they stop serving food, they carry on serving drinks all the way through the night.

Among Spain’s most important ports, Malaga may disappoint visitors at first sight. This Andalucian city has a strong industrial profile that usually overpowers the charm of its picturesque historic centre and the glam of its dynamic newly-developed waterfront. However, once you start exploring its districts, you will be mesmerised by the atmospheric narrow lanes, modern lofts and lovely gardens.

Birth place of Pablo Picasso, Malaga hides some interesting art museums, including two spaces dedicated to the celebrated artist. By night the city vibes on the rhythm of Andalucian flamenco, while the many lively tapas bars are always a good choice.

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