Wake Up To Malaga - Bars

The Best Bars & Cafes In Malaga:







Antigua Cas De Guardia

Founded in 1840 by D. Jose De Guardia, Antigua Casa De Guardia is the most traditional winery in all of Malaga. A famous distiller and wine maker, D. Josy De Guardia was, in the mid nineteenth century, named Supplier of the house of Her majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

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Antigua Cas De Guardia




El Pimpi

Opened in 1971, El Pimpi is situated inside an old 18th century Málaga mansion house and is one of the longest-standing bodega bars in Málaga, where you can enjoy local food & wines and, above all, the culture & traditions of southern Spain.

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El Pimpi




Aire Gastrobar

Aire Gastrobar is located in a house dating from the early twentieth century, that has been rehabilitated, respecting the traditional architecture fused with modern design features, achieving a warm and friendly environment.

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Aire Gastrobar




La Tranca

La Tranca is a fantastic little bar in the heart of the old part of Malaga. It's full of character and on a Friday night the atmosphere is electric

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La Tranca




Velvet Club

The Velvet Club is a popular live music and comedy club in the heart of Malaga with a reputation for having a great atmosphere and a wide ranging list of guests

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Velvet Club




The Museum Of Geneva, El Museo de la Ginebra

The Museum of Geneva bar, otherwise known as El Museo de la Ginebra is a cosy establishment with a reputation for fine cocktail drinks and an incredible range of Gin drinks.

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The Museum Of Geneva, El Museo de la Ginebra