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  • 1 Santa María de la VictoriaSanctuary Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Plaza del Santuario E - 29012 Málaga

    The Catholic Monarchs in the 15C founded this church whose interior is particularly representative of the Baroque Andalusian style and it was rebuilt at the end of the 17C. Do not miss two particularly interesting parts: the showy recess, masterpiece..

  • 2 Picasso Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    calle San Agustín 8 E - 29015 Málaga

    ThePalacio de Buenavista, an elegant Renaissance building with magnificent artesonado ceilings in the staircase and galleries of the first floor, has been organised so as to present a selection of Picasso paintings from the private collections of Chr..

  • 3 Alcazaba Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    calle Alcazabilla 2 E - 29015 Málaga

    Built from 1040 onwards on a hill dominating the town, the fortress is one of the largest Muslim military buildings preserved in Spain. Appreciate over the remains of the brick walls that cling to the hill and see the fortified gates decorated with c..

  • 4 Finca de la Concepción Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    camino del Jardín Botánico 3 E - 29140 Málaga

    The splendid garden on the edge of a nature reserve was laid out in the mid-19C. The son of a shipowner from Málagar got his father's boats to bring back tropical and subtropical species that he then introduced to the region. A century and a half lat..

  • 5 Costa del Sol Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    E - 29140 Málaga

    Sun, sand and casinos - such are the keys to the Sunshine Coast, as it is known, off Málaga. With its packed beaches, countless golf courses, jetset hideaways and more ordinary hangouts, the coast has made the most of its ideal climate and is punctua..

  • 6 Panorama Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    camino de Gibralfaro 11 E - 29012 Málaga

    The ramparts of the somewhat dilapidated Gibralfaro (lighthouse mountain) command a superb view of the fortress, town and harbour.

  • 7 Cathedral Interesting

    Religious buildings

    calle Molina Lario E - 29015 Málaga

    Nicknamed «The One-armed», its construction stretched from the 16C to the 18C and the mixture of styles is very apparent, with a predominance of the Renaissance style. Inside, admire the attractive bays covered with highly decorated domes on pendenti..

  • 8 Gibralfaro castle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    camino de Gibralfaro 11 E - 29012 Málaga

    On top of a hill looking over the town stand the remains of the castle of Gibralfaro, built in the 14C by the king of thetaifa(province), whose name was Badis, to defend the alcazaba. The fortified passage that links the fortress to the castle also d..

  • 9 Santiago

    Religious buildings

    C/ de Granada E - 29015 Málaga

    In the narrow Calle Granada, close to the Plaza de la Merced, the church of Santiago, founded after the Reconquista, has preserved from its original Mudejar decor a bricktowerdecorated with panels of sebkain the upper register and an old doorway, sin..

  • 10 Los Mártires

    Religious buildings

    Plaza de los Mártires E - 29008 Málaga

    Founded in the 15C, this church is very plain on the outside, but dazzles with its rich Baroque interior, which was completely reworked in the 18C. It comprises three naves with side chapels, and the ends of the bars are rounded. A cornice bearinga b..

  • 11 Málaga Central Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    calle Atarazanas 8 E - 29005 Málaga

    The great market of Malaga 19C a building made of iron erected on the site of the old Muslim cellars has preserved the entrance arch of the old Moorish building.

  • 12 Paseo del Parque

    Nature and gardens

    parque Paseo del Parque E - 29015 Málaga

    A haven of peace in the middle of thick traffic, the park is a botanical garden with luxuriant vegetation Signs give the name and origin of the plants and trees, mainly tropical and sub tropical species. At the east end, the Paseo de la Farola, on wh..

  • 13 English Cemetery

    Religious buildings

    av. Pries 1 E - 29016 Málaga

    Situated on a piece of land given by the Governor of Málaga to the British Consul in 1829, this was the first Protestant cemetery in Spain. Here, in this pleasant garden, lies the Spanish poet Jorge Guillén (1893-1984), one of the first winners of th..

  • 14 Museum-Birthplace of Picasso

    Museums and art

    Esplanada de la Merced 15 E - 29012 Málaga

    The house where Picasso was born (built around 1850) displays some engravings and ceramics by the artist on the first floor. A 19C study has been recreated to look as it did at the time the Ruiz Picasso family lived there. The rest of the building ho..

  • 15 Museum of Art and popular culture

    Museums and art

    Pasillo Santa Isabel 10 E - 29005 Málaga

    This museum is laid out around a charming patio and gives an insight into the daily life in the town and the country of yesteryear. There you can see various objects relating to draught animals, the smithy, the bakery, fishing tackle as well as the m..

  • 16 Los Montes de Málaga Nature Reserve

    Nature and gardens

    E - 29140 Málaga

    This nature reserve, which stretches almost from Málaga to Colmenar and covers 4 762ha of mid-range mountains (from 97m to 1 031m altitude), is divided by streams forming little valleys. You can explore it by bike or on foot (10 circuits are suggeste..

  • 17 Roman Theatre

    Archaeological and historical sites

    C/ Alcazabilla E - 29015 Málaga

    Below the fortress, on the west slope, the ruins of the theatre are evidence of the Roman history of the town. You can still see some stepped seats of the cavea running along the hill. Nearby, the old neoclassical customs house, is today the seat of ..

  • 18 Málaga City Centre

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. del Obispo E - 29015 Málaga

    Málaga is not just a seaside resort. Its city centre has some interesting museums, including the Carmen Thyssen Museum, and two spaces dedicated to its famous native, Pablo Picasso. There is also, in the old town intersected by Calle Granada, a fine ..

  • 19 El Sagrario

    Religious buildings

    calle Santa María 22 E - 29015 Málaga

    This strange16C rectangular church stands in the gardens of the cathedral You will no doubt stop to observe the techniques and the detailing on the side door, opening onto Santa María street, in the Gothic style of Isabel and very well carved. The Ba..

  • 20 Málaga Episcopal palace

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Plaza del Obispo E - 29015 Málaga

    The Baroque Episcopal palace (18C), which stands on the Obispo square, opens onto an attractive doorway in grey and red marble with Corinthian columns and projecting entablatures. The upper recess contains a Pietà.

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