This is just one of a series of photos I have taken, and will share with you over time, capturing the essence of living east of Málaga. Each one, in it’s own unique way, reminds me of why I love living in southern Spain, and in particular the Axarquía.
Here you can see Calle Marqués de Larios, in the heart of the city of Málaga. This elegant pedestrianised shopping street is shielded from the glare of the summer sun, by canopies hung across the street. It is a welcome relief during July and August to be able to stroll around in the shade.
The pale blue building on the right houses the Cafetería Lepanto, which serves up a whole host of delicious pasteles (pastries and cakes), ice creams, sweets, chocolates, coffees, teas and other drinks to manicured Malagueños.
It’s always a favourite place of mine to stop off for a treat!
What’s your favourite photograph, and why? Do you know of another great coffee shop in Málaga?
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