In addition to history, Malaga offers the stunning scenery of the Costa del Sol and an excellent climate combined with culture and a beautiful stretch of beach. Lush palm trees line the promenades and tropical vegetation flourishes throughout the city. Stroll through the historic center to discover small boutiques and tapas restaurants. Stroll along the seaport and stop at a seaside restaurant for a delicious mariscada. Malaga is full of fascinating things to do and activities to do.
From the Plaza de la Marina, Calle Molina Larios leads to the old town, which is dominated by the cathedral. With its twin-towered facade, this grandiose 16th-century building stands atop a former mosque. Visitors are dazzled by the finely proportioned interior and the feeling of spaciousness. The cathedral’s Chapel of the Rosary is adorned with a painting of the Virgin with the Saints by Alonso Cano. In the Chapel of the Kings there are kneeling figures of the Catholic Monarchs by Pedro de Mena.
A must-see for modern art lovers is the Picasso Museum, this museum in the old town occupies the house where Picasso was born and exhibits 233 pieces by the artist. The collection represents the entirety of Picasso’s life and artistic career, from his early studies to his revolutionary artistic innovations.
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