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    1 day tour to Malaga where to eat gluten free

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    Judit Llordés
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    A Malaga you can start the day by drinking an excellent Moroccan tea served in an Arabian setting in the teteria El Haren in the heart of the city precisely next to the Plaza los Martires; all will be accompanied by tasty Arabic treats that at € 0,75 each will inebriate the palate.

    We will then follow with an excellent super cheap restaurant vegetarian, is next to Merced Square and it's called “El Piano”; Here you can enjoy hot or cold dishes at very reasonable prices in nice natural pine boats: the smallest portion at € 2,95 with three choices of food and the largest one that really satisfies a lot. € 4,95. All ingredients are organic, they do not contain gluten and they are zero km. If you also want a good wine to accompany your dishes, Cesar the friendly owner will be able to recommend local and foreign wines of excellent quality.

    Also in the center area and better said in c / Especeria, 26 you will find a tea resale shop, coffee and chocolate; the aroma of its products intoxicates all the way and you will not be able to resist its artfully packaged micro gift packages.



    If instead the bread is what you are looking for in c / Compañia, 15 (nearby) a fragrant French bakery will kidnap you with simple or more complicated flavored loaves and curious shapes, let yourself be tempted by desserts.

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