November 12, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Founded by the Phoenicians, Malaga, situated 370 kilometers to the south of Alicante, is the second largest city of Andalusia. Apart for its architecture, it is also famous for its gastronomical delights and for its nightlife. It is the best bet for those who love fiestas and have an attraction for folklore.

Alcazaba of Malaga

February 9, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

There are two rings of defensive walls and a number of lookout towers around the fortress. Set high on the hill overlooking the port, the Alcazaba provided a secure home down the years for the many governors of the province. The entrance is through a large gateway now known as Puerta del Cristo (Christ’s Door).

Malaga Cathedral

February 7, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Cathedral of the Incarnation in Malaga was built between 1528 and 1782 on a site that (like so many in the country) was formerly occupied by a mosque, the Malaga Cathedral isn’t merely a church. It is an architectural wonder of the region.