Malaga, Spain Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions

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Published on April 20, 2015 by admin

Malaga is located in southern Spain, on the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) on the northern side of the Mediterranean Sea. It lies at the feet of the Montes de Malaga, about 100 km east of the Strait of Gibraltar and about 130 km east of Tarifa (the southernmost point of continental Europe) and about 130 km on north of Africa.
The most important places to visit in Malaga are: Malaga’s Cathedral (is established on the former Great Mosque, after the reconquest in 1528), The Picasso Museum (Malaga is the birth place of the painter Pablo Picasso, he was born in 1881), Roman Theatre (located close to the Alcazaba Fortress, the theatre was used for entertainment for about four centuries now, even though the Moors used some of the remains of the theatre to build some fortresses nearby), La Alcazaba of Málaga (one of most popular tourist attractions in Malaga, witnessed the passage of Arab civilization in Andalusia) and many more.

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