Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Malaga Spain tea houses to visit....

Checking out the tea rooms in Malaga Spain when I visit this year....

The purpose of my trip to Spain is to give back to the missionaries who serve with the Christian and Missionary Alliance abroad.  The really neat "God Thing" is that the missionaries that we will be serving are missionaries from Africa.  In 2006 I went to Africa on a mission trip.  2006, was my first missions trip over seas.  Now I get to go back and give to those same missionaries I worked with seven years ago.  I am so very excited that I know about 10 families that will be in Spain and that have been praying for many more of them I will finally meet in person.  While the missionaries go to their forum, myself and others will be watching and caring for their children.  I would not call this your typical missions trip.  I am not building houses or evangelizing to the lost.  But, I do hope to encourage and lift up the families that have been called to serve over seas.  And who knows I can minister to those in the hotel and ones I run into in the streets of Malaga.

While I have time off I will be exploring the area and hope to visit some tea houses!!!!!

Málaga (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmalaɣa]) is a city and a municipality, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. With a population of 568,507 in 2010, it is the second most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth largest in Spain. The southernmost large city in Europe, it lies on the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of the Mediterranean, about 100 km (62.14 mi) east of the Strait of Gibraltar and about 130 km (80.78 mi) north of Africa

Not sure about this one, but it is close by...
Luna Egipcia Lounge Bar & Cocktail Tearoom....We present this Tetería & Cocktail Bar is located in the center of Torremolinos, in front of the fountain in the square of Nogalera and opposite the old Zara, near the train stop in the center of Torremolinos. If you want a relaxing evening with a delicious tea or smoothie (among many more drinks) and a Sweet Crepe with ice cream (among other foods), come and enjoy its warm atmosphere in winter or the summer terrace. Also at night, about 22:00 hours change its environmental and chill out music by the latest hits, also changing the local lighting to make the night begins in Egyptian Moon. The staff keeps an exquisite at all times and are very attentive. What else to tell? Only that you go, and discover for yourself the charm of this place, you will be surprised

I found three I want to visit:


La Tetería

AC & WI-FI...
The Tea is a different place where you can enjoy the world of tea, herbal teas and an extensive menu of fresh and natural drinks.Teas, herbal teas, rooibos (all hot or cold), chocolates, drinksIndian yogurt, smoothies, cakes, sweet Syrian, Moroccan crepesmake a wide list of products

We are in Malaga, in a quiet corner and not bother you especially where the rush and noise. Front St. Augustine's Church and close to the Picasso Museumthis pedestrian street, planted with bougainvillea, is the tower of the Cathedral in the backgroundwith the clock ticking

Then I want to see:

Cafe Central

The Café Central is one of the most antique places in Málaga. Its origins date back to the last years of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. This famous place in Málaga has been awarded the mark of quality distinction from SICTED, a system in Spain aimed at achieving a global improvement in the quality of the tourism services.
This centenary café offers breakfast, snacks, lunch, dinner and the Spanish tapas. Enjoy every single bit of our unique and varied offer: churros -strips of fried dough-, delicious and varied tapas, fried fish, and the best terrace in Málaga.
Learn more about us and the several ways of having your cup of coffee served in Málaga at

Café Central is a café & restaurant situated in the very heart of the city. Therefore, in order to get to Café Central, you will need to follow all the signs that guide you to the city centre. Once you get to Plaza de la Marina -a square with the statue of the Marquis of Larios-, go up along Larios Street; you will see the square Plaza de la Constitución is right at the other end of it. On your way up, the Café Central is on your right.

Access and special services for the disabled. Open every day from 8 am to 11 pm in Winter, and up to 12 am in the Summer
Parking space nearby, in Plaza de la Marina and Camas Street


El Harén Tea Room

El Harén is found near Martyrs Square in Malaga.

Calle Andres Pérez, 3, Malaga
Located in a narrow street near Martyrs Square is the Moroccan Tea Room El Harén, which aims to cater for you every need. At this venue you can sample all sorts of teas, fresh fruit juice, milkshakes and pastries.

from a blog...
 have been several times in this hidden tearoom is a small jewel in the center of Malaga. Its entry into a narrow, dark street does not make us think the roomy inside. This tearoom is typical Andalusian, (not to confuse with Moroccan) low chairs, several floors and a courtyard in the center where the aroma of cardamom and cinnamon flood everything. Its menu of teas and smoothies is overwhelming but the variety of food is rather scarce. It focuses mainly on a few Arab homemade cakes and pastries. Not a place to make a good snack, but if to drink a delicious tea warm in these winter evenings.

another says...
This is the first tea room that I visited and I fell in love ... It's a mystical place inside a house in Andalusian style. They have delicious cakes, but also shakes. Every weekday organize different activities and what makes it a different and special. ...

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