chengse12135Castle is the oldest part of the palace, is the moors in the 9th century to the Roman era built fort on the site. Here is the commanding heights of the granada, can see the complete albay area and most of granada
chengse12135Malaga (Malaga) is located in the south coast of Spain, is Spain''s second largest port. From the most famous city in Andalusia, like granada, seville, cordoba is quite close, if you have interest to explore Andalusia, here is a good route. Malaga and her neighbor cities like door has a profound cultural and historical background.
齐步走123The castle is very beautiful. Although it has been rebuilt, it is still very primitive. Very slow pace of life. And the strong Mediterranean flavor makes people just want to stop and enjoy the romantic Mediterranean scenery
Malaga is the second biggest city in Andalucia and the home of the famed painter Picasso. This rich cultural and historic background makes this a site where relics are concentrated. The urban beach here is part of the “Sunshine Coast”, which is one of the famous “6 Perfect Beaches” in the world and is a great place to vacationing.
Malaga is set along the sparkling coastline of the Costa del Sol and embodies youthful vigour in a city that has transformed itself. A port city that epitomises the Andalusian lifestyle, Malaga is best known for its most famous son – artist and sculpture Pablo Picasso. Dressed in golden beaches and an inviting Old Town, Malaga is loaded with history.
Explore charming laneways and energetic plazas in the city’s historical centre and sample the full-bodied flavours of Andalusian cuisine in the many bars and restaurants throughout. Art buffs will be thrilled with the museums and galleries in Malaga, while those looking to rekindle a passion for natural landscapes will find a contrast of gardens and rocky canyons to delve into.
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“Palacio Miramar” is another level. It’s a MUST for all the hotel lovers. It’s beautiful, classical and elegant. The service is the best you can have. The room is very comfortable and the amenities are very good. My trip to Malaga just got much better staying in this hotel. I advice you to rent a bike near the hotel cause it’s really easy to bike in the city. There is a restaurant inside the hotel that is really good. 👏🏻 Reserve your trip right now and enjoy!
Alcazaba fortress was already built back in the early 11th century by Hammumid Dynasty during the times when Andalucia was under Arab control.
Inside the fortress, the visitor can experience breathtaking views from many places. The fortress itself and the sea seen from the hill (the fortress was built on a fairly steep hill) is just amazing.
The regionally important citrus trees are also present and the colorful fruits can be seen during the autumn.
As moving in the fortress area is quite hard due to the steep hill, selecting a fairly cool day to visit the place can be a good idea. There are some ticket packages available that grant access to all the historical buildings in the area. Seeing all of them needs one day or even more so don’t try to push yourself too hard.
I personally enjoyed that there is a new beautiful view waiting behind almost every corner. The different parts of the area are somewhat varying in terms of style and condition so it’s worth going everywhere. Some snacks and drinks can be bought inside the area but the availability of services is fairly limited. Remember to have your drinking water with you!
The fortress is situated in the heart of the old city of Malaga in Andalucia, Spain. it can be seen from the harbor and easily accessed from the shopping streets in the center. Actually the location is so central, that it’s fairly hard to miss the place.
I really recommend going to Malaga. The history can be seen and felt there so it’s among my favorite places in the south coast of Spain. It’s also worth mentioning that the queues are much shorter than in Granada.
Malaga is set along the sparkling coastline of the Costa del Sol and embodies youthful vigour in a city that has transformed itself. A port city that epitomises the Andalusian lifestyle, Malaga is best known for its most famous son – artist and sculpture Pablo Picasso. The design of the Catedral de la Encarnación de Málaga comprises an intriguing blend of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architectural styles, built on the ruins of the former mosque of Aljama. Jardín Botánico Histórico La Concepción is considered one of the most alluring and important exotic gardens in Spain. It has a rich history and hosts the largest collection of subtropical plants in Europe. Plaza de la Merced is a handsome square in the Old Town of Malaga. Flanked by sun-trapped cafés and airy spaces, you can explore the popular plaza and admire the neo-classical obelisk in the centre of the 19th-century square. Located just off Plaza de la Merced is a hive of activity at Mercado de la Merced. One of the trendiest places for dining in Malaga, you can eat your way through the gourmet market offering fresh fish and vegetables, cured ham, cheese and small bites at designer tapas bars.
A port city that epitomizes the Andalusian lifestyle, Malaga is best known for its most famous son – artist and sculpture Pablo Picasso. ... Explore charming laneways and energetic plazas in the city's historical center and sample the full-bodied flavors of Andalusian cuisine in the many bars and restaurants throughout.
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#malaga is the main and the busiest city in #andalucia Which is part of #spain and of the European Union. The city has the biggest airport in this area and serves the tourists all around. It features a long and wide main street which is nice for walking. Also there is an amazing fountains just over the biggest underground parking I've seen.
If you go to the coast of Andalucia probably you will have to pass through Malaga.
Malaga is nice and safe city. you will enjoy the nature and city life together. The very nice and calm beach allow you to be relax all day and enjoy of walking and shopping as well as visiting the historical places in the city . I recommend you to visit this nice place.
Málaga: The perfect place for combining a vacation with many sightseeing spots and taking relaxing days on the beach. The spanish culture is very inviting and a good spot if you plan to travel more in Europe.
This is a famous Arabian-style tourist town, in the white Mijas Valley, and feel the pure Mediterranean style, the town of Mijas. There are many towns like
Western Portugal, they are very quiet and beautiful, and the commercial atmosphere is also weak. You just need to walk in different lanes and experience the beauty of it.