Two weeks ago I went traveling east of Málaga, with visits to Granada included. The original plan was playita and solecito, but time betrayed us, so we changed the blacks get for visiting villages and monuments, which was also great. As it was a great relaxing trip did not kicked, so if you want to make a similar trip, Calculators that day (well spent) you can see things that we.

To not write the whole trip and then flip it more difficult to find specific locations, I have divided into 4 parts:

  1. The Axarquia.
  2. Malaga.
  3. Costa Tropical.
  4. Granada.

As always, you can view the photos of our trip on our website Facebook (hace lacking in that sterile registered for verlas power), and if we have doubts about anything are at your disposal. That said, here we go:

DAY 1: La Axarquia I

We started our trip in Torrox Costa, village where there shall know if you are in Spain or Germany, since half (o más) posters there are in German (some even in English). Torrox Costa has a beautiful promenade which ends in a lighthouse, the Cuyo pies you can see an ancient cannon. The beach is narrow but long, white sand, I do not know if it's so long, but he had enough stones. If quedais to go cenar the recomiendo al-Cha Chal, a restaurant located in the middle of the village and decorated in Andalusian style. The owner is a great artist and the food is fancy (especially pink grilled with garlic, out).

We continue the trip Torrox (which is not the same as Torrox Costa, there are 10 minute drive of each other), town that boasts “the best climate in Europe”, root morisca, with steep, narrow streets, zigzagging and white. There you can visit the Plaza of the Constitution, Church of the Incarnation or the Convent and Chapel of Our Lady of the Snows, but my personal advice is to just enjoy it and callejeeis town charm.

A short drive up to the mountain we reached Frigiliana, people like to Torrox, as it also retains its Moorish roots, transporting several centuries back in history. Also, Frigiliana certain respects are spectacular views.

To complete the route, we address Nerja, larger population known to all, because there they recorded Verano Azul. In addition to its famous caves, I recommend visiting the Parador but do not stay there, because it has a courtyard with a fountain and beautiful sea views. They are accustomed to putting people on the street, you have only to go straight to enter, looks very easy and do not say anything. Already in the middle, I seek the Balcony of Europe, from which you will have another beautiful panoramic sea, and if you like the narrow pedestrian streets full of shops and people, I advise you take a walk around pos. Finally, We can not leave without us photo proverbial boat with Goby (yes, than “not move us” :D), which unfortunately can not upload.

DAY 2: La Axarquia II

We started the day Vélez-Málaga, visiting its Arab fortress and its walls (is not easy to find and if you are not very skilled Avoid driving the many narrow streets and costs). Also you can get close to the Palacio del Marqués de Beniel, Casa Cervantes or Teatro del Carmen.

On the way Torre del Mar You will pass by the largest shopping center in the area, El Ingenio, where in addition to the best-known shops Spain is a call Dunnes Stores, a kind of Primark clothes Basic but very cheap (also have some things for the house). In Torre del Mar you will find a huge beach, adorned with palm trees and a park separating it from the rest of the people, making sure likes as much as nosotros. And if you have seen a very active day, id a Aquavelis, a water park with several slides, one wave pool and all the attractions suitable for young and old.

Go to day 3: Málaga capital

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