Antigua Casa de Guardia

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Guide to Malaga

Bodega Antigua Case de Guardia is the oldest winery in Málaga, which has kept its old decor, customs and atmosphere. It is a place where time has stooped, so you will feel like you are in old, traditional Spain :)

 

The winery was founded in 1840. by D. Jose de la Guardia, from whom she kept her name. Passed down from generation to generation, it remains intact to this day.

 

We can find there sweet, young and mature wines served in glasses, such as Pajarete, Guinda, Moscatel, Seco Trasanejo, Lagrima Anejo, Pedro Ximénes, which are produced in local vineyards. Their taste will certainly deepen, cheese cheese in a traditional way, seafood - shrimps, mussels. Life goes on like a local bar 170 years ago, and the bills are still written in chalk on the bar counter.

 

It is said that Malaga has two Cathedrals - the first one is church, the other one is Antigua casa de Guardia;)

 

This is one of the most authentic places in Málaga can be found at Calle Alameda 18, see the map here.