Malaga Photo Gallery

A dried-out river runs through Malaga towards the Mediterranean Sea.

A short walk from the bridge is the bustling Mercado de Atarazanas, where locals get their groceries. There are no big-box retailers in sight.

The array of colours put together makes even the smallest green vegetable interesting.

The market is divided into sections. This one specializes in fresh seafood. With the sea just steps away, there is plenty to choose from.

Across in another aisle, the smell of seafood gave way to the smell of fresh fruits.

Some of the dried goods looked African or Middle Eastern, which reflects the Moorish influence that survives to this day.

Although the Teatro Romano is now in ruins and overshadowed by the Alcazaba towering next door, its structure is still clearly visible, especially the seating areas. Dating from the 1st century BC, it was discovered in 1951 during construction works.

This section of Paseo del Parque is a narrow strip of flat land edged between the Alcazaba and the waterfront park.

Despite a bustling street scene with patrons eating and drinking in open-air tables, Iglesia de Santiago was a serene place of reflection where humanity seemed to have disappeared, at least temporarily.

Iglesia del Sagrado Coraz?n

Iglesia de Los Martires

The Sociedad Econ?mica de Amigos del Pa?s was built in 1785 and was first used by the Maritime Consul but subsequently changed to a Jesuit school. Since 1961, it has been the headquarters of the Economic Society.

Palacio Episcopal

To re-use these photos or notify of errors, please email me. Thank you.

[ Malaga Photo Gallery Main Page ]