Attractions and Places to Visit in Malaga

The culturally rich coastal city lies in the autonomous community of Andalucia and was once described by the poet Vicente Aleixandre as ‘a paradise between the sky and the earth’.
The magnificent Malaga lies on the Andalusian Costa del Sol and boasts some of the most significant cultural infrastructures and heritages in Europe. Malaga truly has it all, and its sights range from scenic beaches and hikes to its century-old castle structures, stylish harbors and excellent restaurants.
Discover the best attractions in Málaga including Museo Picasso Málaga, Catedral de Málaga, Alcazaba.

El Torcal Natural Reserve in Malaga

El Torcal Natural Reserve

Dinosaur country. The whole area was under the sea some 100 million years ago. Fossils are continually being found, all amongst some of the most striking karst formations in Europe. Rock formations...
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Museo Automovilistico de Malaga

Museo Automovilistico de Malaga

Museo Automovilistico de Malaga. (Automobile Museum) Well, this will be enjoyed for sure by the man of the house, but kids will also be amazed by the wide variety of models and types of cars...
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The Nerja Caves in Malaga

The Nerja Caves

One of the Costa del Sol’s most visited attractions and by anyone’s standards a natural wonder. Home to the world’s largest stalagmite and some truly awe-inspiring inner chambers. A visit should be high...
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