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This is one of the main holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol and the birthplace of the painter Pablo Picasso. Its climate, beaches and numerous golf courses make this the ideal holiday destination.Read more...

What to see The city of Malaga is full of historic corners like the Alcazaba, one of the largest Arab fortresses in Andalusia, and today home to the Archaeological Museum. Linked to the Alcazaba by a wall is the Gibralfaro Castle, which offers the best views of the area. At the foot of the castle stands the Roman theatre, the bullring, (known as La Malagueta) and the historic quarter of the city. In the centre of the city you'll find the cathedral –known as 'La Manquita' ('the one-armed one') on account of its unfinished right tower–, in addition to other important buildings such as the churches of Santiago, Los Mártires and El Sagrado Corazón. Don't leave without seeing the Pablo Picasso Museum dedicated to the famous painter, or the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga containing examples of 19th-century Spanish painting. Beaches and golf In the city itself you can enjoy a day in the sunshine on the busy urban beach of La Malagueta, and golf lovers will be in their element with over 30 courses scattered around the province. Festivities The city's special dates are particularly the Malaga Fair in August, and Easter Week (declared of International Tourist Interest). Gastronomy Try the 'pescaito frito' (fresh fried fish) and other specialities like 'gazpachuelo' (a soup made with potato and mayonnaise) and 'ajoblanco' (a cold almond soup).


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Malaga


Malaga


Malaga


Malaga


Malaga