This is Malaga's very well-known and popular Andalucian winery. Previously an old 18th century stable belonging to the Buenavista Palace, it is now run by José Cobos and Paco Campos. Its interior is somewhat picturesque, with plenty of 'botas' (wine casks) signed by famous bullfighters, politicians and artists that have visited El Pimpi. Here you have the opportunity to taste local wines and enjoy a variety of dishes while you admire Gibralfaro Castle, the citadel and the Roman Theatre from the terrace. The location couldn't be better. It opened in 1971, its name coming from that which was given to the young people that helped the crew and passengers of boats; these were the 'pimpis'.
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