Discover the walkable area of Carretera de Cadiz—beaches, a port, and sights from Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena to Parque del Oeste.
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Peek into the private collection of an automobile fanatic and discover almost 100 restored vintage and modern cars with striking accessories and bold designs.
The “One Armed Lady” and her ornate Baroque and Renaissance features has charmed locals for over 200 years.
Explore the lavishly decorated residence of Moorish sultans and other rulers in this thousand-year-old fortress built on the remains of a Roman settlement.
Malaga’s most famous landmark sits on top of a mountain and offers panoramic views of the city and the Alboran Sea, stretching all the way to Africa.
Visit Malaga’s tribute to one of the most celebrated painters in the world in the very home where he was born over 130 years ago.
Built by the Romans in the first century B.C., this amphitheatre is now open to the public after decades of careful restoration.
Learn about the history of Islamic Malaga on this 1-hour guided tour of the Alcazaba and Nasrid Palace with skip the line ticket. Every hour on the hour, this tour is available. A specialist and historian guide will lead you around the vast complex, dating back more than 1000 years.
Visit the Alhambra and the Generalife Gardens on a 3-hour tour. Explore and discover the 13th world wonder with a local, knowledgeable guide. Head deep into the Islamic culture of the jewel of Al Andalus in an endless discovery.
Discover the fascinating history of Gibraltar, where prehistoric findings, Ice Age caves, and Muslim legacy lie behind the later British settlement. This comprehensive tour of the city unravels facts from the jurisdiction's turbulent and impressive history, as well as the iconic Rock of Gibraltar.
Enjoy the best that Málaga has to offer with a pass that gives you access to various attractions and unlimited use of a hop-on and hop-off bus tour for 24- or 48-hours. Save money with this exclusive card that allows you to explore the wonders of the city at your own pace.
Segway tour is the fanciest way to cover a huge land, doing as much effort as standing, breathing and smiling. It is suitable for virtually everyone, the easiest way for avoiding the mainstream and having it awesome, it is indeed a remarkable group activity, and also the tip-top time for the kids.
Electric bikes are the best! Environmental friendly, fast, fun and comfortable.. If you already tried one, you know! If you never rode one, you have to try at least once in our life! You feel like you are flying on a bicycle!.
The beaches and abundant dining options are top of the list for many visitors to Guadalmar. A stop by Los Alamos Beach or Playa de Guadalmar might round out your trip.
Bars, waterfront views, and beaches are some highlights of El Puerto. Make a stop by Port of Malaga or Malagueta Beach while you're exploring.
While you're in Ensanche Centro, take in top sights like Larios Monument and jump on the metro at La Marina Station to see more of the city.
Malaga Amphitheatre and Picasso Museum Malaga are a few top attractions in Centro. Hop around the city on the metro at La Marina Station or La Malagueta Station and check out the area's fantastic nightlife, stunning cathedral, and captivating waterfront views.
While visiting San Felipe Neri, you might make a stop by sights like Sala Maria Cristina and San Felipe Neri Church.
While visiting La Merced, you might make a stop by sights like Picasso's Birthplace and Teatro Cervantes de Malaga.