Collected by John Oseid, AFAR Local Expert
Plaza de Félix Sáenz, 7, 29005 Málaga, Spain
With two locations in the historic center, La Mallorquina sells traditional Andalucian foods, from cured cheeses, tins of tuna and bottles of olive oil to the famous Iberian ham hanging from the ceiling. Its wine selection covers all of Spain and...
Calle Andrés Pérez, 5, 29008 Málaga, Spain
A small boutique run by a young couple, Patio Almanzora near the Museo Carmen Thyssen specializes in antiques and quirky vintage articles from Málaga’s recent and distant past. From big old clocks and mailboxes to record players, lamps, old...
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