Many different civilisations have passed through Málaga province and left their mark not only on constructions and monuments, but also on Málaga's gastronomy and traditions.
Since the time of its founding up to the present day, Málaga and the Costa del Sol have amassed architectural gems that constitute a unique cultural heritage. Discover it for yourself!
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Málaga province, especially the inland area, boasts a rich architectural heritage , a legacy of the many peoples and cultures who have come and...
If you want to discover the history and culture of the Costa del Sol , then you can't miss Málaga’s monuments. Prehistoric relics, Roman sites...
The variety of landscapes and monument heritage on the Costa del Sol are just some of the attractions that have brought producers to choose it as...
In all ages and disciplines noteworthy figures stand out from the arts, humanities, thinking, politics and military rule who were born in or had a...
Málaga's gastronomy results from the legacy of the different cultures and peoples who have passed through its fertile lands over the course of...
Arab Baths of Ronda
The Arab Baths in Ronda are a tourist attraction in this small town?s old Jewish quarter. Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, they gradually...
Desfiladero de los Gaitanes Natural Area and Caminito del Rey
The Desfiladero de los Gaitanes gorge, covering 2,016 hectares and granted Natural Site status in 1989, runs through the Sierra de Huma and the...
Dolmens of Antequera Archaeological Site
The Antequera Dolmens Site is an example of European megalithic art that stands out for its monumental status and singular direction. The...
Museum of the Real Maestranza de Caballería in Ronda
The bullfighting museum of the Real Maestranza de Caballería in Ronda provides information about its impact on the development and evolution of...
The Nerja Caves are a can?t-miss natural wonder declared a Spanish Historical Heritage and Cultural Interest Site if you happen to be in the area....
This space, declared an Andalusian Natural Monument (Monumento Natural de Andalucía in 2019), has two distinct sections. The first, a 500-metre long...
Screw Torcal Natural Monument
The Tornillo del Torcal (“Torcal Screw”) Natural Monument is located in the Torcal de Antequera Natural Site. The area, spanning 1,953 square metres,...
Torcal de Antequera Natural Area
The Torcal de Antequera Natural site, which covers over 20 square kilometres including 1,171 hectares of protected land, is the most impressive...