Alcazaba of Málaga
Alcazaba of Málaga stands at the foot of Gibralfaro Hill, not far from Málaga's harbor. It was built in the 11th century during the Islamic Hammudid dynasty, and was repeatedly expanded by successive dynasties, evolving into an impregnable fortress that also served as a palace. The Alcazaba, with its beautiful arches above the pillars and tidy courtyards, is a beauty of Islamic architecture, and together with the Gibralfaro Castle on the hill, it is a valuable historical heritage of Málaga.
Málaga is the central city of the Costa del Sol, where the sun shines brightly. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea while relaxing and enjoying the mild climate. With an ancient history dating back to the 8th century B.C., Málaga is also known as the birthplace of Picasso, one of the most famous painters of the 20th century. The city offers many unique attractions, from precious ruins from the Roman and Islamic periods to museums and art galleries with fascinating collections.