Malaga, capital of the always sunny Costa del Sol located in the region of Andalusia, has been since its beginnings one of the most beautiful and popular tourist destinations of Spain. If you wish to discover Malaga, begin with a long walk by the sea. The waves, the sun and the sand beneath your feet will convince you that Malaga is undoubtedly the perfect place for people who like to combine sea and city life.
If you still don’t know where to spend your next holidays, Malaga is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and coveted places in Andalusia. It receives travellers from all over the world every year.
Amongst its main charms, apart from its beautiful beaches, we’ll also find many attractions of cultural and natural interest.
The Alcazaba is Malaga’s most valued monument, together with the Gibralfaro Castle and the Malagueta Bullring, according to a survey made by Qype, community of online reviews in Europe, that reflects that these sites are the favourites of both the citizens and the visitors.
The opinions of both, tourists and citizens, have considered the Alcazaba one of the “must see” monuments, due to its cultural and archaeological interest, and award it with the highest marks.
Tourists with their map in hand walking down Larios street, perhaps in search of the Cathedral, the Roman Theatre or the different museums in Malaga located in the historic city centre. This is an already more than common everyday image in Malaga: Visitors exploring the city, ready to discover it fully.