Malaga - Malagueta beach, La Malagueta bullring, Flowers, Espetos
La Malagueta beach (top left) gets its name from the city centre neighbourhood, La Malagueta. With its dark sand it is fine for a days sunbathing and it also has a playground for children to enjoy themselves, making it an ideal beach for families.
La Malagueta bullring (top right) hosts top-class events during the Spanish-style bullfighting season, and its festivities include two bullfights in Holy Week which include the Corrida Picassiana (named in honour of Pablo Picasso). La Corrida de la Prensa (press) is held in June for the feast of Málaga town's duo of patron saints Ciriaco and Paula, who were martyred in Málaga in 303 AD.
Flowers (bottom right) in Malaga are everywhere. Málaga itself is a botanical garden - a show that you can enjoy at any time of year with different colors and smells.
Espetos (bottom left) - in Malaga, an “espeto” refers to 6 fresh sardines skewered and cooked over a pit of coals. Grilling fish over open fires has been around in Malaga since the time of the Phoenicians.
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