When on a visit to Costa del Sol, before hitting the hot, sandy beaches, make a stop-over (even if it’s a brief one) in Malaga, a vivacious and welcoming city in the heart of Andalusia, pulsating with young energy and creativity.
First Things First – Food.
Well, as every single traveller I’ve met, every time I venture out to Spain, food is something to be discovered here again and again – how wonderful that our bodies need to refuel a few times a day!
So first, a caffeine fix, and the best place in Malaga to get a coffee exactly how you like it, is at Café Central Málaga serving Santa Cristina coffee – they are even more meticulous about your coffee than you are, here’s the proof.
You choose between 10 different variations of coffee strength – a great way to experiment for those who aren’t really sure how they like it exactly. Coffee lovers and those who just found themselves suddenly in love with Spanish coffee, like my companion, will not be ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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