Bodega El Pimpi
Calle Granada, 62 y Calle Alcazabilla 29015 Málaga
Founded in 1971, El Pimpi is located in an old large house from the 18th century. It is one of the oldest wineries in Malaga, where you can enjoy the local gastronomy and wines, as well as the culture and tradition of southern Spain. All of it in a privileged environment, surrounded by some of the most important historic monuments and cultural enclaves of Malaga.
C/ San Telmo 14 – 3ª Planta. 29008, Málaga.
Located behind the Thyssen Museum, we find this terrace, in the heart of the city of Malaga and with some of the most amazing views of the church of San Juan and the Cathedral. A modern space located atop the Oasis Hotel. Open daily from 9am-2pm and 3:30pm-12am.
Plaza Jerónimo Cuervo, 2. 29012, Málaga.
A welcoming and innovative restaurant by the Cervantes Theater. Vino Mío opened its doors in 2003 with the intention of becoming the reference of the modern cuisine in Malaga. In its terrace, customers can enjoy the sun in the heart of the city and get to taste the chef’s suggestions, Simon Robson, who was awarded with the best international cuisine in Malaga. It opens daily from 1pm. Furthermore, every evening from 8pm to 9pm there is a live flamenco show for your own amusement.
C/ Alcazabilla, 12. 29015 Málaga.
Atop the Alcazaba Premium Hostel we find this chillo ut terrace, on the Alcazabilla Street. It offers amazing views of the Alcazaba of Malaga, the Castle of Gibralfaro and, in general, the city of Malaga. It opens daily from 3pm to 2am, Monday through Saturday and 12pm through 2am on Sundays.
Paseo Marítimo Pablo Ruiz Picasso, 23. 29016 Málaga.
This place offers its customers the best selection of “pescaíto” (fried fish) of the Malaga Bay, along with the best products of Andalucia. A place for everything; breakfast, snacks by the beach, lunch and dinner for you and your friends. Also they have lounge bar where you can have a good drink by the beach. At this time of the year, they open from 9am through 12am.
Castillo de Gibralfaro, s/n. 29016 Málaga.
The Parador de Gibralfaro, located in the hill with the same name, can brag about offering, in the terrace of its restaurant, one of the best views of Malaga, where you can overlook the city and the bay. This place is just a few hundred meters away from downtown Malaga, yet in a quiet and relaxing atmosphere.