One area on your visit that may leave you in awe is the Cathedral in Malaga. It’s an out of this world beauty, with its two chapels and stalls.
The Catholics started building it in the 1400’s but it wasn’t finished until the mid-1700’s with much of its architecture being visible from the later time period.
Click this linkfor cultural visits information and tickets one or more of the 60 tours to the Cathedral.
There is also the, La Inglesia del Sagrario, which is another church you may want to visit that was finished in 1448 on the site of a mosque.
It contains many different sculptures for you to enjoy.
Santuario de la Virgen, is another beautiful old church which contains the tombs of the counts of Buena Vista.
It is very elaborate and the most wonderful sight to visit.
There are also quite a few museums that you must visit while you are in the city.
These are the museum of Popular Art and Culture as well as the Museum of Art.
Attractions In Malaga, Spain
Distant view of Nature’s Port in Malaga Spain.
The King’s palace is known as Alcazaba. It has many wonderful works as well as items to take in and observe while you are on your visit and enjoy your trip.
The Castillo de Gibralfaro, is another item located near the palace. It was constructed by the Phoenicians and contains much architecture and things to see.
In the summer Malaga, gets more lively, bursting daily with many different music festivals that occur throughout the city.
There is much for you and your party to enjoy and take in while you are in town.
One of the music that is much revered and to is enjoyed is the Flamenco music.
It helps propel Malaga’s nightlife that is enjoyed in many sections of the city that are filled with the many different clubs and bars.
Malaga Cool Beach
If you love being seaside, you will find that many of these bars and restaurants are near the beaches especially on the Costa del Sol.
I can’t explain how much there is to enjoy with the many different clubs and varieties of daytime and nightlife to enjoy in Malaga.
Incidentally, it is one of the greatest places to visit in Spain.
Just a side note, because of Malaga’s newfound popularity you may have some reservations or simple stereotype that has been…
cited by someone who has probably never visited Malaga beach. You would be surprised how easy it is to conjure such thoughts as cited by Indiana Jo.
He stated, “Earlier this year, I stared into the face of my own stereotypes about Malaga, a Spanish city I was convinced (without having visited) was riddled with Brits abroad and tourists of a kind that were…not my kind. When I arrived, I couldn’t have been more pleasantly surprised and yet fundamentally wrong with my assumptions. It turned out to be both a great destination and an exercise in learning to visit places with an open mind.”