Málaga – El Palo

A overview of the neighbourhood I used to live in.

Fishermen's Place

Fishermen’s Place

The Fishermen’s Place El Palo and Surrounding

El Palo has its own sub-center in the vast city of Malaga. There is a grocery store, convenience store and shopping possibilities. Most of the spanish language schools are located in El Palo and next to it in Pedregalejo. I recommend my language school Andalusi Instituto for you as it is only 10min. walk away from the Homestay.

The center and the beach offer plenty of restaurants and bars. In El Palo it is possible to see the typical Spanish way of life.

El Palo's BeachEl Palo’s Beach

At the beach you can sunbath, stroll, jogg or riding a bicycle to see the bays of El Palo, Pedregalejo and Malaga. There are plenty of fish restaurants along the beach but even a vegan will find some options to enjoy the seaview while dining. El Palo is the ideal non-touristic vacation place at the Costa del Sol. You will feel it!

Tree Posture at the Sea

Tree Posture at the Sea

Beach Yoga and Kirtan in Malaga

The beach is the ideal place for your meditation practise. 

Coming around in El Palo, Malaga and Andalucia

Buses between El Palo and Malaga city center operate 24h and the ride only takes about 20min. It’s also possible to rent bikes and ride the beach boulevard from El Palo to the center. On the 40-minute bike ride you will enjoy the beautiful scenery of the beaches of Malaga. The beautiful beaches and the mountains are an essential part of the charming landscape of andalucia. You will find a virtual walk from El Palo to the center with vegan suggestions on the page Málaga vegan.

Malaga is the new weekend trip Metropole and presents arabian heritage as well as spanish life and modern port and museums. I recommend a guided City-Bike-Tour with Bike2Malaga. You get a great overview on all sights and you can use the afternoon to visit what you are interested in.

From Málaga you can reach every sight in Andalucia within 2 hours by car, train or bus. It is easy to visit Granada, Nerja, Sevilla, Ronda, Marbella, Mijas and Gibraltar.

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