The synagogue in Torremolinos has a seder every year because they know there are many visitors about who are away from home, but it's a bit far from Nerja. The problem with Málaga City is that it's going to be chaotically busy on the 25th as the Semana Santa Processions have started.
If you want to phone and ask about both the number is (+34) 952 337 414 (there's usually someone about as Torremolinos has quite a sizeable Jewish community).
I found a list of the Jewish communities here:
Thanks everybody for your replies. We are trying to go to a Sefardic seder in Malaga on March 25. The link to the Malaga synagogue is down at the moment so I am having some difficulty getting a response. I have a phone number for the synagogue so I will try to call them tomorrow. If anyone knows of anyone in Malaga who would be a good contact, could you please pass on that person's email or number. Many thanks.
hi, im looking to come end of april, we are gooing to stay in malaga for a week. are there any kosher restaraiunts/ chabads that would deliver food??
Deli Kosher on Calle Montes de Oca in Málaga city (near El Corte Ingles) do deliveries of kosher food:
El Corte Ingles themselves have a range of kosher foods in their supermarket too.
If you're out and about then Hotel NCh in Torremolinos town centre is a kosher hotel and has an attached restaurant (Eithan's). There is also a Sephardic kosher restaurant on Calle Casablanca in Torremolinos (the Casablanca). There is also a kosher bakery and shop on Calle Casablanca.
Maybe you'd be better staying in Torremolinos (we have quite a large Jewish community) and taking the train into Málaga to see the sights.Edited: 4:19 am, March 08, 2013
Very helpful post NSG, at least the members have some alternatives and/or options now :)
wow thanks!! i cant stay in torm. unfortunately. we are staying in a resort through our timeshare for the week. but b/c we have a baby we will have a car.