It's a city with a thriving port and traffic clogged streets but there is another side to Malaga.
Exploring the honeycomb of Malaga's back streets and discovering an intriguing choice of shops, restaurants and tapas bars can be fun.
Royal Andalucian Equestrian School The queue at the border to get in (and out) of Gibraltar can be horrific due to a permanent 'go slow' by customs and police.
It is far better to park your car (convenient), walk across the border (don't forget your passport), hop on one of the many regular buses and in 5 minutes you will be in Main Street.
There is an historic side too with a fortress that dates back to 1065.