Apartment Peña 2 (Malaga)
Holiday apartment Peña 2 boasts a magnificent location enabling you to walk to all of the monuments and sites within the historical centre of the city of Málaga.
Plaza de Uncibay is located just 600 metres from the apartment, and so are Plaza de la Constitución and Calle Larios, which is the main commercial street of the city.
Just 700 metres away is the Thyssen Musem of Málaga, located in the Palace of Villalón, and the Cathedral, locally known as La Manquita (one-armed).
The Alcazaba and Roman Theatre are a 10 minute walk from apartment Peña 2.
>Plaza de la Merced is 850 metres away, where you will find a monument in homage to General Torrijos and Picasso’s Birthplace Museum, which houses a grand collection in a spectacular site.
The Port of Málaga is a 20 minute walk away and La Malagueta Beach is 1 kilometre away.
Local market Mercado Atarazanas is a 10 minute walk away and it is the current popular place to buy fresh seasonal produce and try some tapas at one of the terraces outside. Highly recommended.
Fifteen minutes from holiday apartment Peña 2 is La Alameda Principal (Main Boulevard), where you will find several taxi ranks and bus stops. Train station María Zambrano is located 2 kilometres away. The airport of Málaga is 14 kilometres away, approximately a 25 minute drive.
FEATURES OF THE HOLIDAYS RENTAL APARTMENT
Our charming holiday apartment Peña 2 has a maximum capacity for 6 people. It comprises of 2 bedrooms, both with double beds, plus a double sofa bed in the living room. It has been stylishly decorated and the atmosphere enables you to relax. It has a bathroom with shower and shower screen. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you will need with regard to kitchenware and appliances: fridge/freezer, washing machine, oven, microwave, toaster, coffee machine, kettle, etc. The apartment has an iron, ironing board and hairdryer.
Free wifi and air-conditioning.
FEATURES OF THE AREA
The location of apartment Peña 2 offers a wide range of possibilities with regard to leisure and entertainment.
You cannot leave Malaga without visiting the Cathedral of Malaga and Plaza del Obispo, which is a charming place to stop and have a drink at one of the terraces whilst contemplating the magnificent entrance door to the Cathedral.
We also recommend visiting Picasso’s Birthplace Museum (with a guided visit on the life and works of Picasso), located in Plaza de la Merced, right next to the Cervantes Theatre in Malaga, where you can enjoy the gastronomy at the stalls and terraces along market Mercado de la Merced, which is very up and coming and offers incredible tapas at very reasonable prices.
Take a walk up to the Gibralfaro Castle and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the city from here. Sunsets are incredible.
If you would like to go shopping, you can do so along Calle Larios, where you will find all the main clothing brands, or along Calle Nueva.
There are several places where you can enjoy taking a walking and just observing: along El Palmeral de las Sorpresas and Muelle Uno you might be lucky enough to see a cruise liner docked there; Admire the gardens and fountains along Paseo del Parque; Take a walk along La Alameda Principal of Malaga, one of the main streets of the city, and visit the Soho area, the arts district, offering a wide range of leisure and cultural options.
In order to relax after a long day walking we recommend a good massage and bath at Arab Baths Hammam Al Andalus.
With regard to gastronomy, here are our recommendations: tea room San Agustín, located along one of the most charming streets near to the Picasso Museum, we recommend its terrace and delicious tea with a slice of cake; Try a good glass of wine with tapas at Bodega El Pimpi, opposite the Roman Theatre; Have some skewered sardines at the most popular beach bar in Málaga, El Tintero; Try some churros with hot chocolate at Casa Aranda; Have home-made ice-cream at Casa Mira.
We introduce our city and you only have to come and enjoy the experience.