The south of Spain in July is for those who love scorching hot sun. I adore warmth and sun-kissed brown skin, so spending eight days in the province of Málaga was dreamy. If you love sunbathing, but also enjoy mountain views, exploring small, traditional white-washed villages and, let’s not forget, if you are a food lover, this part of Spain and its Spanish food will enchant you.
While in Málaga, go to the Castle of Gibralfaro, which will provide you with magnificent views overlooking Málaga’s port and the city itself. It’s a bit of a climb, but the views from the top are definitely worth the effort. Built by the Arabs in the 10th century, and later conquered by Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella, the castle is a must-go place! Its Arabic architecture, colourful mosaics, and the monumental character is truly amazing.Continue reading What to visit and eat in the province of Málaga, Andalusia, Spain. My short guide with plenty of photos.