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Cathedrals in Malaga
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Historical Monuments in Malaga
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Malaga is an ancient city on the southern coast of Spain and, for many, the entry point into Spain’ famed Costa del Sol. In fact, Malaga holidays are an annual tradition among many Spaniards and visitors from around Europe. Malaga tourism revolves largely around the sun and sea, but the city also has a history dating back thousands of years as well as a rich modern cultural offer.For many, holidays to Malaga mean enjoying the sun and relaxing on the beach. While the nicest and most famous beaches are further out along the coast, the city of Malaga has several beaches like La Malagueta and La Misericordia which allow travelers visit Malaga city while still having the luxury of lying out in the afternoons or going for a swim.Holidays in Malaga also present the chance to discover some of Spain’s best artwork. Pablo Picasso was from Malaga and tourists today can visit his childhood home and the Museo Picasso Málaga which houses dozens of works spanning the artists’ entire career. Make sure to also add the prestigious Carmen Thyssen Museum to your Malaga travel itinerary!Finally, one thing every traveler must do during their holiday in Malaga is visit the elegant Alcazaba palace and the Gibralfaro viewpoint offering priceless views of the city and coastline. If you’re planning to travel to Malaga, have a look below at the tips and recommendations from real minube users and so you don’t miss a thing during your holiday to Malaga!