See some of the best beaches and eat at iconic restaurants in the city on your bike.
In less than 20 minutes from the centre of Malaga you can reach Pedregalejo, an old fishermen's neighbourhood that you must visit before leaving the city. To get there, it's best to choose the path parallel to the promenade to enjoy the scenery and feel the sea breeze along the way. Once you are there, you will be surprised by its lively bars and restaurants. One of the most emblematic places in this neighbourhood is El Balneario de los Baños del Carmen, an old spa transformed into a restaurant that is located on the shore, just a few metres from the sea.
If you continue your cycling trip a little further on, you'll reach another famous Malaga neighbourhood: El Palo. Its beaches won't disappoint you and you can eat at one of the most iconic establishments on the Costa del Sol: El Tintero. Here you can enjoy the most typical dishes of the city, the pescaíto frito (fried fish) and the espetos de sardinas (sardine skewers). Moreover, you will live a different experience in this restaurant because here there is no menu, the dishes are shouted and you will have to let yourself be carried away by what you see while the waiters walk around the dining room with the dishes fresh from the kitchen.
As a curiosity, the origin of the name of this restaurant lies in a tradition from the past, when fishermen had to dye their fishing nets to make them more resistant.
Close to this restaurant is another of the most characteristic beaches of Malaga: Peñón del Cuervo beach. This beach has a large area of picnic areas and barbecues to spend a great day surrounded by nature with family or friends.
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