Malaga, the other andalusian coastal charm
Apart from it’s typical mediteraean climate and white sand beach, Malaga also offers it’s unique historical and cultural sites. Among them are Malaga Alcazaba, Roman Theater, and Gibralfaro Castle. But in this particular post, I just want to take up Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso and its surroundings.
Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso is a small beautiful garden “bellow” the Alcazaba. This garden is full of yellow and red roses, as well as fruitful orange trees. I am amazed how the fruits are still on their branches until they ripe, some of them even fell on the ground and no one picked them up. It would never be the case in my country. A lot of people would steal the fruits and even the flowers before they are ripe or bloomed, let alone until they fall from the trees. There are also mediteranean cyprus trees, palm grove and palm date growing in the vicinity. From the garden, you can walk uphill to the north in the direction of Alcazaba and enjoy the scenery of the seaport and the bull ring.