If you are organising a visit to the south of Spain, Visitanddo.com will show you how: what to see in Malaga in 3 days so you can create the perfect route when you plan to visit this Andalusian city. For your convenience we recommend as always to organise your stay forgetting about transport, we will take you there!
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What to see in Malaga in three days
What to see in Malaga day 1: Malaga city centre - Beyond a sun and beach destination
Malaga is more than just a sun and beach destination, it has positioned itself as one of the most fashionable destinations in recent years, and no wonder!
Popular for being the city of museums, it is a must on your list of museums to visit. what to see in Malaga in one day.
Below you will find a list of things to visit and things to do in Malaga in one day:
- Strolling along Calle Larios
- Taking a photo with the statue of the Cenachero
- Shopping at Pier One
- Visit the Cathedral of Malaga, better known as the 'manquita'.
- See the Roman Theatre of Malaga
- Access the Alcazaba of Malaga
- Climb the Gibralfaro Castle and fall in love with the sunset from one of its viewpoints.
- Visit one of its museums: the Picasso Museum, the Pompidou Museum or the Carmen Thyssen Museum.
- See street art in the Soho neighbourhood
- Order a typical Malaga wine in Antigua Casa de Guardia
- Eating a fish fry in the Central Market of Atarazanas
- Dinner at the Bodega El Pimpi to enjoy the sunset and the lights of the city.
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What to see in Malaga day 2: Caminito del Rey - The most popular excursion in Malaga in three days
The Caminito del Rey? I'm sure you've heard of one of the most dangerous routes in the world and yes, it is 60km from Malaga city centre, less than an hour by transport.
You will be able to enjoy an incomparable landscape, the Gaitanes gorge, where you will be able to you will walk along a 7.7 kilometre linear path.The walkways are spread over 3 kilometres of accessible walkways, 1 metre wide and 105 metres high, with lots of points of interest that you won't find anywhere else. Discover 10 must-sees during your visit to the Caminito del Rey.
This is a must on your list of things to visit and things to do in Malaga in 3 days. If you are curious, don't miss 10 facts you'll want to know before you do the Caminito del Rey.
As always, we recommend that you get your tickets in advance and book a guided tour with transport from Malaga. Take advantage of the special discounts to do the Caminito del Rey.
What to see in Malaga day 3: Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas - Get to know 2 of the most beautiful white villages to visit from Malaga
One of the best ways to end your visit to Malaga in 3 days, no matter the time of year, is by visiting two of the most beautiful white villages to see from Malagaless than 2 hours from Malaga city centre by transport.
In this case, thanks to its proximity, we recommend you to see: Setenil de las Bodegasbelonging to the province of Cádiz and considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, and RondaThe white village is well known and popular in the province of Malaga thanks to one of its most iconic images: the new bridge of Ronda.
Get to know its history and culture in depth with a guided tour of Ronda, free timeboth in Ronda and in Setenil de las Bodegas, as well as in taste a typical wine of the area. All this and much more with the excursion to Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas from Malaga with Visitanddo.com
Extend your stay: The best Excursions from Málaga
If you plan to stay in Malaga for more days, don't forget to include in your list of what to see from Malaga, the following destinations that we provide below. We also leave you a link to the Malaga street map
Remember that Malaga has one of the most important international airports in Spain. and from here you can visit the main destinations in AndalusiaYou can go to Morocco and visit another continent, i.e. you can approach Morocco and getting to know North Africa in less than 24 hours.
Here is a list of the following the most important destinations that you can't miss on your perfect route if you visit Malaga: