We also drove up into the Andalician hills to Ronda, a most beautiful town on the edge of a precipitous gorge. Perhaps I'll do a piece about that later.
Anyway, while we were in Fuengirola we took the opportunity to go to Malaga and visit the Picasso Museum. We thought we might be able to get fairly neat in the car but the satnav kept asking us to turn the wrong way into one way streets or pedestrian areas.
In the end we drove to a car par expecting to have to take a taxi but, as it turned out, we were only about a kilometre from the Museum and the walk took us through the main shopping street, a chance for people watching.
I seem not to have taken any pictures down Calle Larios, so I’ve borrowed one from http://www.spain-holiday.com/blog/photographical-journey-through-malagas-top-15-sights.php. I’m sure they won’t mind.
Afterwards, we had lunch in a plaza adjacent to the Cathedral and went for a wander around.
Most things don’t close for siesta in the larger cities. Then back to Fuengirola to sit on the balcony with a glass of wine, a book and the late afternoon sunshine. Exhausting!