Opened in 1998, Café con Libros is more of a bohemian attraction, a go-to place for those looking for a calm and quiet moment while reading a book and enjoying a wide choice of teas, coffees and cakes. With a charming ambiance created by its artsy and contemporary library-style decor, this small cafe is a memorable location, offering a vast collection of books and newspapers for guests to borrow. The light and refreshing menu complements the atmosphere with a variety of salads, spinach tarts, salty cheese crepes, local style sandwiches and tempting pancakes.
Cafe con Libros, Plaza de la Merced 19, Málaga, Spain, +34 95 221 5189
This is a mandatory stop for those in love with Spanish cuisine and its typical tapas. One of the most famous restaurants in Malaga, El Mesón de Cervantes excels in serving a great variety of tapas – fish and seafood, meat or vegetarian – and has a strong reputation for being one of the best places in town to serve this type of dish. Its menu also features other tempting recipes such as grilled red tuna with cauliflower purée, risotto of pumpkin and mushrooms and exotic desserts like fig flan of sweet Malaga wine.
El Meson de Cervantes, Calle Alamos 11, Málaga Spain, +34 95 221 6274