You will find the bus just outside the Malaga Centro Alameda (or Malaga Maria Sambrano) train-stop. If you follow the red route you can experience most of what I have covered on my photos below
You can for example get Salmon from Norway at a price of 14 Euro. Cheaper than in Oslo, Norway.
Close to the market along the Alameda Principal (main street) the flower ladies can offer you beautiful roses and other flowers.
The bus also stops at (or passes) the Bull Fighting Arena (F) before it takes you to mountain top and the castle Gibralfaro (9) where this photo is taken. At top right you see the Light House and the Cruice ships and the Yachts harbor.
After the bar visit it´s time for the Cathedral or do some shopping at all kind of shops, from small "tourist traps" to the major design boutiques and dressing houses. They are all to be found along the main shopping street or in the narrow streets linked to that.
Coffee wine and tapas bars are all over the city.
My wife has black belt in shopping, so a Malaga visit without bags on the train station after our visits, is unthinkable.
The train from Fuengirola to Malaga takes 45 minutes and the train leaves every 20 minutes. Prices varies in weekends from other days, but a return thicket at 7 Euro can everybody afford down here.
Have a nice time in Malaga. Maybe we will see you at our next visit there.