Andalusia in Spain is a place that leaves beautiful memories in the minds of all travelers who come here. It is an area famous among tourists from all over the world, and as you may imagine, it was fairly hard to create a list of the most important places to visit here, as there are so many of them.
However we did our best to choose the most important 7 places you should see if you arrive here.
The bridge is undoubtedly one of the most emblematic monuments of the province. It was built between 1759 and 1793 and today serves to unite the historic and modern part of the city. Its structure is built of stone and it has a resting place in the center.
The most convincing example of the passage of Muslims through this province can be seen in Alcazaba, culminating with the Gibralfaro Castle. Malaga was completely the capital during the Muslim period of the X-XV centuries. This palace fortress was built at the foot of Mount Gibralfaro. It currently has about 15,000 square meters, This castle is one of the most charming attractions in the Andalusian capital.
For more than 50 years this is undoubtedly considered one of the greatest wonders of Spain, because here is the place where some great cave paintings dating back more than 42,000 years were found and remained secret until the day they were discovered.
These caves are located on a total area of 35,484 square meters, and some believe it may be the first work known to mankind.
If you like the classical Andalusian village style with the famous white homes, we invite you to visit the Andalusian village of Mijas Pueblo. This ancient Spanish paradise is located near the Costa del Sol in the Sierra de Mijas. It has a picturesque coastline with great panoramic views.
Now it’s time to talk about one of the most fascinating areas of the province, the luxurious port of Puerto Banus, located on Marbella Island. Puerto Banus is one of those places frequented by the rich.
Torcal de Antequera is a natural area located in the city of Antequera and is one of those exotic nature scenes that are hard to believe real. With 1171 hectares of landscape it was formed thousands of years ago from limestone rocks, especially through the Jurassic period.
Who said that Malaga is only about the sun and the beach? This ancient mountain range forms the western wing between Serrania de Ronda and the southern part consisting of Estepona and Marbella. Here we can find a unique natural environment that you’ll fall in love with right away.