Malaga Monuments

Alcazaba de Malaga

Calle Alcazabilla, s/n 29015 Malaga (Malaga)
Tel. +34 952227230 / Fax +34 952227230
This palace fortress was constructed in 12th century by the king Badis of Granada. It fits perfectly to the site, by using a slope for its elevation. It is composed by 2 concentric surrounding walls. The outside is that of smaller height.
From 1April l to 31October: Tuesday to Sunday , 9h30 to 20h
from 1november to 31 march, 8.30 to 18.00 h.
closed: monday, 1st January and 25th december.
Général: 1,80 €
discount: 0,60 € (+ 65 years old, students, )
Free entrance: Sunday from 14.00h

Catedral de Malaga

Calle Molina Lario, s/n 29015 Malaga (Malaga)
Tel. +34 952228491
One of the prettiest temples of Andalusian revival The Catholic kings ordered to construct this building, they name it more fluently Manquita.
The cathedral of incarnation is one of the most important monuments of the city. The tower and the facade main is incomplete, les renewal began á the first half of XVI write gothic style then went on in XVII and XVIII centuries. They created gardens and splendid patio.
Monday to Friday:10h -18h45
Saturdayi 10h - 17.30 h.
closed: Sunday and bank holiday
General: 3,50 €
discount: 2,50 € (groups);
1 € ( spanish retired).
Free entrance: less than 13 years old.


The ronda is located in full Serrania, an enclave was favoured between the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga grape. In this zone had numerous traces of the presence of prehistoric men. During the XVIII they constructed monuments as new bridge, place bull … Today this municipality is always of actuality and receives numerous visitors.

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