Málaga has several atmospheric squares that are worth a visit. In our opinion, these are the 7 most beautiful squares in Malaga.
- Plaza de la Merced: This historic square is one of the largest and most lively squares in Málaga. It is surrounded by colourful buildings, bars and restaurants. In the middle of the square you will find a monument in honor of General Torrijos and the birthplace of Pablo Picasso.
- Plaza de la Constitución: This central square is the heart of the city and has an important historical and cultural significance. The square is surrounded by beautiful buildings, shops, cafes and restaurants. The Fuente de Génova, a beautiful fountain, is located in the middle of the square.
- Plaza del Obispo: Located next to Málaga Cathedral, this charming square is surrounded by impressive buildings, including the Bishop’s Palace. The square offers a beautiful view of the façade of the cathedral and is a great place to relax.
- Plaza de la Marina: This square is located on the edge of the port and offers a beautiful view of the marina and the sea. It is an excellent place to enjoy a stroll along the Muelle Uno promenade, with its many bars, restaurants and shops.
- Plaza de Uncibay: This small square is located in the heart of the historic center and is surrounded by narrow streets, shops, bars and restaurants. It is a cozy place to enjoy a drink or a meal on one of the terraces.
- Plaza de los Flores (Plaza del Carbón): This small, quaint square is known for its flower market and is close to the main shopping street Calle Larios. It’s a great place to enjoy a coffee or ice cream while soaking up the local atmosphere.
- Plaza del Siglo: Surrounded by historic buildings, this elongated square is an excellent place to relax and enjoy the architecture. The square is close to the Roman Theatre and the Alcazaba.
These squares are just a few of the many beautiful places in Málaga where you can enjoy the local culture, architecture and atmosphere.