Apartment Victoria 13 (Malaga)
Our attractive and functional holiday apartment Victoria 13 is located along one of the most central and popular streets of Málaga, Calle La Victoria, situated at the foothills of Mount Gibralfaro, where the Castle of Gibralfaro is located, 800 metres from the apartment. A few metres from the apartment is Plaza de la merced, a plaza with a great historical heritage housing Picasso’s Birthplace Museum, where you can contemplate some of the artist’s most personal works, visit his family library and the inside of the house where he was born. The museum is free on Sundays. In Plaza de la Merced there is a taxi rank.
Very near to the apartment, just 500 metres away, is the Flamenco Museum of Málaga, housing more than 5,000 pieces of art.
Apartment Victoria 13 is right in the historical centre of Málaga, which allows you go walk to all of the renowned cultural sites in our city: the fortress of Alcazaba is 400 metres away, the Cathedral of Málaga is 750 metres away, the Thyssen Museum is 900 metres away, Calle Larios (“The Fifth avenue of Málaga”) is a 12 minute walk from apartment Victoria 13, and La Malagueta Beach is 20 minutes away.
FEATURES OF THE APARTMENT
Holiday apartment Victoria 13 has a charming bedroom with double bed, decorated in brown and blue colours. It comprises of a bathroom with large shower and double shower screen and an open plan kitchen fully equipped with kitchenware and appliances integrated in the lounge / diner. The lounge has a double sofa bed, making the apartment ideal for families with children or two couples.
FEATURES OF THE ZONE
Málaga is the capital city of the Costa del Sol, known for the sun and the sea, but it also has many more other attractions. From apartment Victoria 13 you can visit on foot the city’s historical monuments, charming corners and interesting traditional local sites well worth visiting.
You must not leave without taking a walk along renowned plazas such as Plaza de la Merced or Plaza de la Constitución, or tasting some fried white anchovies (boquerones) or a nice glass of wine in Plaza del Obispo, amongst jasmine street sellers, whilst admiring the Cathedral of Málaga, locally known as “one-armed”, of Renaissance style with touches of the Baroque period.
Along Calle Alcazabilla you can go back 3,000 years in local history, from the entrance of the Alcazaba, Muslim fortress from the 11thCentury 350 metres from apartment Victoria 13, to the Roman Theatre or Palacio de la Aduana (“Customs Palace”). By taking a 20 minute stroll from the apartment you can get to La Malagueta Beach, the nearest beach to the city with beach bars where you can try some skewered sardines, local specialty.
Here are some places we recommend visiting to have something to eat or drink, renowned places amongst locals and visitors: El Pimpi, renowned local bar where you can have some tapas or a glass of wine, Los Patios de Beata, wine bar with good traditional food, Casa Aranda, traditional café known for their churros with chocolate, and ice-cream parlour Casa Mira, along Calle Larios, to have a good home-made ice-cream.