Surrounded by the Guadalmedina and Guadalhorce rivers, the city of Malaga hides a gastronomic richness that mixes tradition and innovation. The first thing you can do to know what to eat in Malaga, is to taste so much the olive oil D.O.P. Antequera as the wines with D.O. that occur in the area. The Málaga and Sierras de Málaga denomination offers a wide range of wines so you can choose the one that best suits your tastes. As a good Andalusian locality, you will find at the time of eating in Malaga the classic recipes of gazpacho and ajoblanco (cold soup with olive oil, garlic and almonds). Because of its proximity to the sea, you will discover numerous dishes made with fish and seafood, including the famous fried fish, which you will find in many bars and restaurants in the city. Highlights include anchovies, sardines (cooked in skewers), red mullet, whitebait, squid and horse mackerel. Other dishes of the sea that you will discover in the kitchens of Malaga are going to be stews, rice dishes with seafood and fish soup. Some of these recipes will be made with Melva and Caballa de Andalucía, both with I.G.P., which can be found throughout the Andalusian coast. In addition to this there is a wide variety of fruits such as oranges, peaches, avocados and cherimoyas, highlighting the D.O.P. Aceite Aloreña de Málaga and D.O.P. Raisins from Malaga. For the most appetizing palates the municipality offers desserts such as mantecados, alfajores, borrachuelos, raisin cake and fig bread, a delight to finish eating in Malaga. If you travel in August you can enjoy the culinary wealth of Malaga with one of its most important festivals: the Feria de Málaga.