Malaga City Break
This house is ideally situated, very central as well as accessible to the best-known historic monuments and places of interest in Malaga city. From the house you can begin by exploring the main part of Picasso's city. Start with the Picasso Museum and continue with the church where he was christened, the square in which he played as a child and the house where he was born.
In the city centre there are plenty of places to eat and drink. You may like to try the local speciality, fried fish while relaxing at a 'chiringuito' by the beach which is only a bus/taxi ride away. If you enjoy walking you can get there in 15 minutes.
As described in the Malaga guide
'Malaga city is a treat which should be enjoyed slowly, walking through the streets and marvelling at the buildings, breatihing in the atmosphere of her fountains and gardens, and peacefully contemplating the centuries of history housed in her museums. This city contains treasures and art, it speaks invasions, conquests, downfalls, loves, eras of misery and years of greatness...all you need to do is to stop and listen. Watch a sunrise or sunset, and discover the special light of this city. Forget everything, relax.'