This ancient Moorish fortress offers stunning views of the city and features beautiful gardens, courtyards, and historic architecture.

Gibralfaro Castle

Situated atop a hill overlooking Malaga, this castle provides panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. It's also connected to the Alcazaba by a scenic pathway.

Malaga Cathedral

Known as La Manquita (the one-armed lady) due to its unfinished south tower, this impressive Renaissance cathedral boasts intricate architecture and stunning interior artwork.

Picasso Museum

Dedicated to the renowned artist Pablo Picasso, who was born in Malaga, this museum houses a significant collection of his works spanning his entire career.

Larios Street

One of Malaga's main thoroughfares, lined with shops, cafes, and historic buildings, making it perfect for leisurely strolls and shopping.

Roman Theatre

Dating back to the 1st century BC, this ancient Roman amphitheater was rediscovered in the 1950s and is now open to the public for exploration.