These remains of a Roman theatre have been discovered in the 50's and are now undergoing restoration.
Picasso Müzesi İspanyolca: Museo Picasso Málaga), Pablo Picasso'un doğduğu yer olan İspanya’nin Málaga şehrinde yer alan bir müzedir.
Plaza de la Constitución is a public square in the city center of Málaga, Spain.
Plaza de la Merced is a public square located in the barrio La Merced in central Málaga, Spain.
The center of the city is a captivating medley of architectural styles. Just stroll around, look up and enjoy the atmosphere.
El Caminito del Rey is a walkway, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Ardales in the province of Málaga,…
La Malagueta is the bullring at Málaga which since 1876 has been denominated a cultural asset of Spain.
The medieval walled city still looks pretty much like in the 16th century. The central parts of Marbella have a unique charm.
A wonderful promenade and a park where you can relax in the shade and enjoy the peaceful Mediterranean atmosphere.
Mijas Pueblo is the historical core of the municipality of Mijas, situated in the heart of the Costa del Sol in southwestern Spain.
This theater is known to host amazing events almost every day of the week, ranging from classical dramas to flamenco performances.
One of the most popular shopping malls in the city. Good selection of brands awaits you here.
The oldest church in the area is built in the unmistakable Mediterranean style. Remarkably preserved.
İspanya Bankası, İspanya'nın merkez bankasıdır. 1782 yılında Kral III.
El Chorro is a small village located in Málaga in southern Spain, near the town of Álora.
A pathway along the El Chorro gorge. Quite an adventure as the pathway is not well-kept, with its one-meter-width and height of 100 meters.
This urban beach is always full of life, be it day or night. You will enjoy it if you like busy surroundings.
Cañete la Real is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain.
Fuente de Piedra Lagoon is a wetland located in the Málaga province of Spain.
This museum is dedicated to the prehistoric past of Frigiliana and its surroundings. Not big, yet very interesting.
Long sandy beach lined with shops, hotels and apartments. There are busier and quieter parts - just walk and see what you like.