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One day in Malaga

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I'll be dropping off my rental car at the Malaga train station, and stay one night before taking a bus to Granada the following morning. My time for sight seeing will be very short. I would like to have a walk on a beach and enjoy some fresh seafood at a chiringuito. IOW, something different from Seville, Granada and Cordoba. Pedregalejo is supposed to have many chiringuitos, but it is quite far away. So I may have to settle for Playa la Malagueta. Any suggestions?

Which area should I stay that has convenient public transportation from the train station and to the bus station? On the map, they are quite near each other.

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