Malaga is a beautiful city located in the southern region of Spain known as the Costa del Sol. It offers a mix of historical landmarks, cultural attractions, stunning beaches, and a vibrant atmosphere. Here are some top tourist attractions and must-see places in Malaga!

Malagas cietoksnis
Alcazaba of Malaga

This ancient fortress is a must-visit, with its impressive Moorish architecture and stunning views of the city and the sea.

Don't miss the Gibralfaro Castle that offers panoramic views of the city, and visit the Roman Theatre - this ancient theater dates back to the 1st century BC and is an impressive historical site.

Malagas katedrāle
Malaga Cathedral (La Manquita)

This Renaissance cathedral has one unfinished tower, hence the name "La Manquita," which means "the one-armed lady."

Pikasso gleznas attēls
Picasso Museum

Malaga is the birthplace of the famous artist Pablo Picasso, and the museum houses an extensive collection of his works, providing a fascinating insight into his life and art.

Ziedoša strelīcija botāniskajā dārzā
Jardín Botánico-Histórico La Concepción

A stunning botanical garden with a vast array of plants and flowers, perfect for nature enthusiasts.

Malagueta pludmale Malagā
Malagueta Beach

One of the most popular city beaches, offering golden sands and a variety of water activities.

Skats uz Malgas pilsētu
Muelle Uno

A modern waterfront area with shops, restaurants, and a lively atmosphere, perfect for a leisurely evening by the sea.

Vēsturiska ēka Malagā
Plaza de la Merced

A lively square surrounded by bars and restaurants, and also the location of Picasso's birthplace.

Augļi un dārzeņi tirgū
Atarazanas Market

This bustling market offers a wide variety of fresh produce, seafood, and local products, providing an authentic taste of Malaga's cuisine.

Fly to Malaga from RIX!

airBaltic and Ryanair offer regular flights from Riga to Malaga

Apart from these attractions, Malaga is known for its vibrant nightlife, tapas bars, and cultural events. It's also a great base for exploring the surrounding Andalusian region, which offers many other beautiful towns and attractions. Enjoy your visit to Malaga!

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