Málaga Train Station

Malaga Train Station.

The Malaga train station “Maria Zambrano” was built in 2007.

The Train Station  link the capital of the Costa del Sol with the high-speed line.

Also, it receives its name in honor of the philosopher and essayist María Zambrano.

The station is located near the historic center and very well connected by both train and bus.

It has among its facilities a shopping center named Vialia  with a wide range of shopping and entertainment.

As well as a four-star hotel.

Because it is essential to visit  Malaga .

The Costa del Sol covers a total of 150 kilometers of coastline.

Malaga capital receives thousands of tourists every year.

Now the city has become a tourist destination chosen for its great offer.

Of course, its spectacular climate is also an attractive magnet for tourism.

Malaga has become the city of Museums.

And this year 2020 is the capital of sport.

The beaches of Malaga receive more than 300 days of sunshine a year-

First of all, depending on your preferences you will be able to find different opportunities.

How many beaches does Malaga have near the Malaga Train Station ?.

Malaga has a total of 16 beaches.

The most important are:

1- Playa de la Misericordia.

is one of the locations chosen by Malaga residents to watch a movie under the stars.

from late June to mid-August.

Not in vain Malaga is the Spanish city where the National Film Festival is held.

Along the Playa de la Misericordia the Antonio Banderas Promenade runs.

Without a doubt, here we can practice countless sports, since there are areas dedicated to it.

For example, an extensive bike path, sandy soccer fields, beach volleyball courts, gyms and ping-pong .

It is therefore a place for the use and enjoyment of the people of Malaga.

In the Antonio Banderas Promenade there are also a large number of beach bars.

Where in addition to tasting the fresh fish from the Bay of Malaga and enjoying the views.

Especially,  you will have the possibility of renting umbrellas, hammocks or Balinese beds.

Walking along the Antonio Banderas Promenade.

we come across several points of interest.

In the first place we mention the Statue of the Espetero.

This represents a man doing this very Malaga job of spitting sardines.

Near this statue there are various monoliths in honor of different Spanish actors and actresses.

In these, the palms of actors’ hands appear.

Next to the palms a biznaga is represented, symbol of the Malaga Spanish Film Festival.

In addition to all the above, along the Antonio Banderas Promenade we find some children’s parks.

As well as green areas and areas for relaxation.

It would be difficult to choose just one beach.

2- Malagueta Beach.

But you should know that the best known is the Malagueta beach.

It is one of the best known beaches in Malaga.

The space it occupies was an important industrial work center in the 19th century.

Malagawake offers Paddle Surf (to share a large table with your friends) and  Air stream.

In this activity you will feel as if you are flying over water .

To have a great time on the beach in Paseo de la Farola (Malagueta).

aAperfect place to enjoy a good view of the city from another angle.

Another option is the paddle surf.

3- Pedregalejo Beach.

The oldest beach in Malaga!.

In addition,  is an old fishing district and the length of the beach is 1200 meters.

Here you can find a large number of beach bars to taste the delicious Malaga skewers.

4- Los Baños del Carmen Beach.

Once the first mixed spa in Spain.

Visit El Balneario, the little Havana of Malaga.

The beach is small but it is usually crowded especially by young people.

It is 550 meters long, and one of the most beautiful beaches in Malaga!

5- El Peñón del Cuervo Beach.

Finally, we highlight the Malaga beach of El Peñón del Cuervo.

it is a symbol of the city and if you like photography you can take beautiful images from this Malaga beach.

Calle  Larios,  near Malaga Train Station.

Marqués de Larios street is one of the most elegant shopping streets in Spain.

In addiction, is  the most famous street to visit in Malaga.

It was inaugurated in 1891.

Its blocks with rounded corners and large windows with white windows are characteristic.

As it is the most elegant and distinguished street in the capital, luxury shops abound.

For this reason, it is a favorite place for people from Malaga to stroll and do their shopping.

For example, there is  the oldest  pastry shops in the city,  Pastelería Lepanto.

Also we recommend visiting El Café Central, one of the most emblematic places in the city.

La Catedral,  near Malaga Train Station.

Santa Iglesia Catedral Basilica de la Encarnación,.

Obviously, is one of the Renaissance architectural wonders of Andalusia.

And one of the places that you cannot stop contemplating during your walks.

Essentially it was built between 1525 and 1782.

The people of Malaga nickname it “La Manquita”.

The Roman Circus, near Malaga Train Station.

Of the early years of Emperor Augustus,  in calle la Alcazabilla without number.

Very important: your visit and entry is free all year round.

From the square,  we can see the stands adapted to the mountain.

As a backdrop we have the Alcazaba.

To its right the headquarters of the Malaga Film Festival.

What is the best place to eat near the Malaga train station?

Restaurante La Alvaroteca

Telecabbie recommends La Alvaroteca as one of the best restaurants in the province of Malaga.

Chef Alvaro will surprise you. His way of cooking is between tradition and modernity, a story told through the senses.

Flavors, aromas, textures, images … a sensory explosion.

El Pimpi .

El Pimpi is one of the most special places in the capital.

This is centrally located opposite the Roman Theater.

It is also located very close to the Alcazaba and the Picasso Museum.

Consequently, on its terrace you will enjoy the views of the monuments.

Moreover,  inside the establishment you can see beautiful bullfighting paintings.

Very interesting are the many   barrels signed.

In addition, their tapas are great and inexpensive.

They have a seasonal menu and an extensive list of local wines.

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