Calle Larios is more than a street; It is a symbol of the vitality and spirit of Malaga.
Explore the Balcony of Europe in Nerja and immerse yourself in its stunning views of the Mediterranean. Discover this iconic viewpoint!
The Tajo de Ronda, a marvelous natural gorge in Andalusia, offers spectacular views and rich biodiversity.
The Picasso Museum was born thanks to the Malaga-born painter Pablo Picasso, who is considered the most important artist of the 20th century. It houses the majority of his collection.
And the truth is, only in Málaga can you taste the wonderful sardine "espetos," and what better place than on its fabulous beaches.
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.
The Caminito del Rey is located in the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, a natural area formed by the river Guadalhorce, in the western part of the Cordillera Bética.
The Cathedral of Málaga "La Manquita," nicknamed so because one of its towers is unfinished, was previously an Arab mosque in the historic center. It was built between the years 1528 and 1782.
The Natural Site of El Torcal is characterized by its impressive Karst landscape, considered one of the best in Europe. Its formation is due to a process of carbonate sedimentation, resulting from the accumulation and deposition of skeletons, shells, and marine animal shells.
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