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Church of San Agustin, Malaga

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For a chance to experience the heart of the city center, you will want to stay in the area surrounding Calle Larios and Alameda Principal. This constitutes the commercial shopping district of the city and is a convenient walk to the city's main attractions and beaches. Another option is the historical city center, where an array of lively tapas bars and shops intermix with the dramatic Gothic architecture. For a true beach vacation, choose to stay in one of the hotels lining the city beach where you can soak up views of the beautiful Costa Dorada away from the hustle and bustle of the city center.
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  • A pretty eye catching church from an aesthetically pleasing typically Roman Catholic and Spanish aged architectural perspective. Alas the pressures were such on our relatively short time in Malaga cit...  more »
  • The convent church is situated next to the Picasso Museum. It is part of a convent established in the 16th century. The use of red stucco work creates a striking facade. There are plans to convert the...  more »
  • We kept passing by the Church of San Agustin to and from our various outings. It's fair to say that it's a beautiful church and does the town much good. Why not venture inside of like us you keep pass...  more »