Alora Pubs and Bars
After spending the entire day visiting all those tourist spots, attending the celebrations and festivals, or communing with nature, you might want to get together with your friends and enjoy each others company over some cool refreshments, wine, beer, gin, rhum, etc. as you go bar-hopping in the numerous Alora pubs and bars.
Right in the center of town, there are many bars to choose from. The best part about their location is that they're within walking distance from some hotels, which are also located there. Some of these hotels are: Hostal Duran, Casa Andaluza Albero, and Don Pedro.
Among the bars that are within walking distance from those three establishments are:
Bar Bernabe along Calle de Veracruz; Restaruante Casa Abilio, which is just a block away from Bernabe, along a street intersecting Calle de Juan Naranjo and Calle de las Erillas; Casa de Carreos Tapas Bar & Restaurant, along Calle de Sta Ana; Bar Central in Plaza de la Fuente Arriba; Los Caballos, along Calle de Malaga; and La Taberna de Martin, along Calle la Rampa near Calle de las Chozuelas.
In the northern part of town, there's Bar Lodantonio, along Trasera Chozuela.
Other bars in Alora are: Pizzeria "The Pelli", Restaurante La Molina, Sol del Rio, and Don Joaquin Grill-Inn.
Pubs in Alora include the following: Kuestezita at Puente de la Cabeza; Pub Zalero and Pub Kassel, along Avda. Pablo Ruiz Picasso; La Posada, along c/ Rosales; La Paraita, along c/ Carmona; Disco M-3 and Pub Vicen, along ctra. Valle de Abdalajis; and Grizzly, along ctra. de Malaga.
If you want to unwind early, say sometime in the afternoon, we recommend you check out the town's tapas bars, i.e., bars that specialize in those delicious Spanish snacks. Just like all other places in Malaga, the streets are dotted with them. In other words, they're hard to miss.
Some Alora pubs and bars also serve tapas as appetizers. They're basically filled with ingredients such as chili peppers, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, beans, almonds, olives, cheese and citrus fruits, which give tapas their distinctive combination of sweet, sour, and salty tastes.