Málaga, capital of the province of the same name, is the fifth most populated city in Spain. It is located in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, in a privileged spot. Whilst the Mediterranean Sea bathes the Málaga coastline, the Málaga Mountains close ranks behind the city to form a barrier of peaks that protects it from the cold, while the regulating effect of the sea gives the area its characteristically mild temperatures.
During the evening hours in Málaga the light becomes very special. The hours before sunset is the time to find a good terrace and enjoy a drink: tea, coffee, fruit juice –whatever takes your fancy. Sip it with some confectionery delicacy, one of those jewels that have given us our creative pastry-making fame, whilst you watch time go by while the light changes so typically for this part of the day. You can enjoy these special moments, chatting with friends or simply watching and observing at any of the city’s cafés, tea rooms or cake shops in places such as Plaza de la Merced, Calle Alcazabillas, Calle San Agustín or Plaza de la Constitución and Calle Larios .
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