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    Explore the Most Important Monuments of Malaga

    Embark on a fascinating journey through the most important monuments of Malaga and discover the rich historical and cultural heritage that this province has to offer.

    A Journey to the History and Beauty of Malaga’s Historic Center

    Among the most prominent monuments in Malaga, you’ll find the Alcazaba, an Arab fortress that offers breathtaking panoramic views. The Cathedral of Malaga, known as La Manquita, is another must-visit monument.

    Don’t miss the Roman Theater, an archaeological treasure from the 1st century B.C., and the emblematic Plaza de la Merced, home to the statue of Pablo Picasso. Additionally, the Gibralfaro Castle offers panoramic views of the city and the sea.

    Venture into the Historical Monuments of the Province’s Towns

    Every corner of Malaga’s towns hides a monument or an emblematic place that will surprise you. From historic churches to medieval castles, each visit is a journey into the past and an opportunity to discover the cultural richness of the province.

    Immerse yourself in the grandeur of Malaga’s monuments and let yourself be captivated by their history and natural surroundings. Explore this cultural legacy and create unforgettable memories during your visit to Malaga!

    Tajo de Ronda: A Natural Wonder in the Heart of Andalusia

    The Tajo de Ronda, a marvelous natural gorge in Andalusia, offers spectacular views and rich biodiversity.

    Discover the charm of the Castle of La Duquesa in Manilva

    18th century castle located on the beach of La Duquesa, offering a unique blend of history and natural beauty.

    Arabic Castle of Álora

    The Arab Castle of Álora is one of the monuments that you cannot miss if you visit this town.

    The Enlightenment Stupa: Buddhist Temple – Benalmádena

    The Stupa of Enlightenment is a Buddhist temple that represents peace, prosperity and harmony in the world, an ideal place for reflection and meditation.

    Colomares Castle in Benalmadena

    Colomares Castle is a fantasy monument building in Benalmádena, as a tribute to Christopher Columbus and the Discovery of America.

    Dolmens of Antequera

    Antequera Dolmens, Cultural Asset, UNESCO World Heritage in 2016. Located in Antequera, Malaga. With exceptional value.

    Casa de Los Navajas in Torremolinos

    The House of Los Navajas is a neo-Mudéjar style palace that was built between 1925 and 1926 in Torremolinos, a must-visit in Torremolinos

    Discover the Fascinating History of Gibralfaro Castle in Málaga

    Gibralfaro Castle is a 14th-century fortress built to accommodate troops and protect the Alcazaba, located in the historic center of Málaga, specifically about 130 meters above sea level, crowning Gibralfaro Hill, a mountain covered by a dense forest of pine and eucalyptus trees.

    Roman Theatre of Málaga: Exploring Ancient Heritage

    The Roman Theatre of Málaga is located in the historic center of the city, at the foot of the Alcazaba, on the archaeological remains of the theater of ancient Malaka. It is a Roman fortification where theatrical performances are currently interpreted.

    The Alcazaba of Malaga

    The Alcazaba of Malaga is an outstanding Muslim historical monument that tells the history of the city. Together with the Gibralfaro Castle, it offers impressive views and are the most significant monuments of the city.

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