The strategic position to the Mediterranean Sea has always made Malaga an attractive zone for foreign invasions. From Malaga, a trip to Granada showcases an intriguing blend of Arab and European cultures. Be sure to visit The Alhambra, one of the finest examples of Moorish art in Spain.
Construction of this cathedral began in 1528 on the site of a mosque that represented eight centuries of Muslim power. Still unfinished, it is home to sculptural beauty and architectural splendor.
Castle of Alcazaba
Reigning over Malaga from its hilltop vantage point, this ancient fortress incorporates the remains of the Roman Theater that lies adjacent to it. It is home to two museums and hundreds of antiquities.
Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso Gardens
The purest example of a formal or Mediterranean garden in Malaga. Home to beautiful fountains and citrus trees and exotic plants.
A stately 17th century Renaissance building, this Picasso Museum displays more than 200 works representing Picasso's range of styles, materials and techniques.