Before it gets dark, this is a good time to visit the harbour area and La Farola (a 200-year-old lighthouse), a symbol of the city, which fabulous views from the top. The Centre Pompidou is close by, as is Muelle Uno, a shopping area where you can make any last-minute purchases. As night falls, what could be better than dinner in one of the restaurants and sampling typical dishes like anchovies, sardine skewers, or thin-shelled seafood, etc.? If you want to continue your night out, many choose the historic quarter to go dancing, or the Malagueta beach area, or Paseo de Sancha for something a bit more relaxed. To watch a flamenco performance, you can go to Soho Málaga, the so-called 'Arts District', less than 10 minutes’ walk from the port.