Picasso's Birth Town

Malaga, the heart of the Costa del Sol. A cosmopolitan and hospitable city at the foot of Monte Gibralfaro, inhabited during its history by Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs. One of the great maritime centers of the ancient Al-Andalus that has managed to preserve and value its historical past reflected in impressive monuments such as the Alcazaba, Gibralfaro Castle, the Roman Theater and the imposing Cathedral.

The modern Port of Malaga receives hundreds of cruise passengers each year on the shores of the Mediterranean in front of the beloved Farola, the unmistakable symbol of the seafaring Malaga. The center of the city offers visitors a variety of delights for the five senses: the smell of jasmine from its Biznagas,the flavor of products of Malaga Sabor a Málaga as traditional as the popular Espeto de Sardinas, cheeses and wine; hundreds of colors intermingled by its streets, the feel of the sand of its beaches and the sound of a city in constant movement.

Picasso’s Birth Town

Málaga knows and recognizes Pablo Picasso in each of its corners. The museum with the works of it’s most international artist is complemented by a tempting museum offer that runs through the city. The Carmen Thyssen Museum, the Centre Pompidou, the Russian Museum, the Contemporary Art Center and the recent Malaga Museum create a perfect cultural melting pot in the city with the contribution of other museums dedicated to music, science, the sea, wine, glass and the works of other local artists such as Jorge Rando or Revello de Toro.

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