Paseo Marítimo de Málaga 'Antonio Banderas'
Malaga Promenade Antonio Banderas

There are few things that we can relate to a vacation on the coast as are the promenades, especially those of Malaga. A place to enjoy at any time with our family and friends while we enjoy the pleasant Malaga sun and especially its sunset. sunset .

Antonio Banderas promenade terraces

What is the Antonio Banderas Promenade? Well, this is just one of the promenades of the city of Malaga. It was named after the famous Malaga actor Antonio Banderas, and as a good Malagueño, Antonio Banderas loves to enjoy a good tapas, and there are no better tapas in Malaga than those of the gastrobar. KrakenThe perfect place to relax and share a snack with friends after a walk along the promenade.

Its long route, the views it has, the climate and the smell of sea breeze make it one of the most preferred places by the people of Malaga. The Paseo Marítimo Antonio Banderas has a length of 2.5 km and 2 km is formed by the Misericordia Beach. Next, we will take a tour of the most outstanding places of this place.

Misericordia beach is one of the most popular beaches in the city.

Misericordia Beach

Misericordia beach is one of the most popular beaches in the city. This name comes from a former charity shelter, the Casa de la Misericordia, which ceased its activity at the end of the 1970s.

However, in recent years it has become one of the main cultural venues in the city, and has changed its name to La Térmica. If you like contemporary art and live shows, don’t hesitate to stop by La Térmica when you stroll along Misericordia Beach.

On the other hand, if you are looking to enjoy a day at the beach with your family on a wide beach with a quiet atmosphere, this is the beach for you. But be careful with ”Ola del melillero”, about 19:30 possibly begin to emerge waves that flood the shore, this is caused by a boat that goes from Melilla to Malaga, but do not worry only lasts a while.

To end your day at the beach, we recommend that you stop by the bar. Amaretto to try one of their typical Italian dishes made with natural ingredients and carefully prepared accompanied by one of their famous cocktails or a glass of wine that will make your day end in the best way.

La Térmica Fireplace

La Térmica breakwater was built in 1957 and restored in 2008, it is located at one end of the Paseo Marítimo Antonio Banderas, this breakwater is also known as the Sacaba breakwater.

The jetty at La Térmica de Málaga

The thermal plant was located within the Malaga thermal and electric power plant. Its objective was to collect water to heat it with the heat of the chimney so that the people of Malaga could enjoy hot water.

The promenade Antonio Banderas is one of the places that make the large tourist population that Malaga receives each year choose it, as it has everything to enjoy and relax on its coast. So, if you decide to visit Malaga, this is one of the places you cannot miss.