Hello, malaga

Malaga might not be as popular as other Spanish cities, but a quick visit to the birthplace of Pablo Picasso is enough to win any visitor's heart. With a great mix of ancient history and modern culture, nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, and several kilometres of beach, it's quite easy to see why Malaga has been described as 'Paradise City'.

To Do & To See

Plenty of things to do and see

Picasso Foundation

Picasso Museum

Housed in the Palacio de Buenavista, a historic 16th-century building, the Picasso Museum boasts an impressive collection of over 250 artworks donated by members of Picasso's family. Visitors can explore the diverse range of pieces, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, and ceramics, spanning various periods of the artist's career. Just a stone’s throw away at Plaza de la Merced the house where Picasso was born is also open to the public.

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Alcazaba, Malaga, Spain


The Alcazaba is a palatial fortification, which stands as a testament to Malaga’s rich Moorish past. Built in the 11th century, the fortress features an intricate network of fortified walls, elegant courtyards, and beautifully landscaped gardens. Perched on a hill, the Alcazaba offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea.

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Malaga promenade

Port of Malaga

The Port of Malaga is a bustling and dynamic port that serves as a gateway to the Mediterranean. With a rich history dating back centuries, the port has played a crucial role in the city's economic and cultural development. Today, it is a vibrant hub for trade and tourism, welcoming cruise ships, cargo vessels, and yachts from around the world. Its beautiful waterfront is lined with cafés, restaurants, and shops, making it the perfect place for a stroll and a nice lunch in the sun.

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Malagueta beach, Malaga

Malaga's Beaches

Stretching along the Promenade of Pablo Ruiz Picasso, Malaga boasts kilometers of stunning sandy beaches, flanked by an array of charming restaurants and bars. Among the city's most beloved beach destinations are La Malagueta and La Caleta. These two picturesque beaches offer a range of convenient facilities, including showers, toilets, sunbeds, and more, ensuring a delightful and comfortable beach experience for visitors.

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Centre Pompidou Malaga

Centre Pompidou Malaga

Fans of the postmodern won't want to miss Centre Pompidou Malaga, the only branch of the iconic gallery outside of France. Housed in 'El Cubo,' a giant glass cube in Malaga's Port, the centre houses seven sections: metamorphoses, the body in pieces, the political body, self-portraits, man without a face, the workshop of Brancusi, and one dedicated to the architecture of the first Pompidou Centre in Paris. It is also home to the masterpiece 'The Frame' by Frida Kahlo.

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Iglesia de Los Martires, Malaga

Iglesia de los Santos Mártires Ciriaco y Paula

If you enjoy the history and splendour of old churches, Iglesia de los Santos Mártires Ciriaco y Paula will certainly impress you. Built in the 15th century in Gothic style, the church's exterior boasts intricate detailing and a majestic bell tower, while the interior features beautiful stained glass windows and ornate altars.

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