Málaga, it could not be any other way, bears a History linked to its geographic location, in front of the Mediterranean Sea and the old natural dock at the feet of the Gibralfaro Hill.
Its Historic legacy is impressive and that is why we have designed several routes for you to know it with us. We will take you to the main monuments and museums of Málaga. It is a journey that will give you a wide image of our artistic and historic patrimony and that we recommend to make in two tours:
2.Málaga of Picasso
Not far from Málaga, there are magnificent proofs of Prehistoric human
settlements, like the Rupestrian
Paintings in the caves of la
Pileta or el Tesoro,
or the Dolmens of Antequera and the
Ceramics in the caves of Nerja, but
we know about the first human settlement in this very site in the times of the
The city was founded by the Phoenicians on the VIII th century b.C.
as a commercial port, for a while it was also a Greek colony, and it has
been a trading enclave, all along the different periods that have marked our
History: Carthaginian, Roman, Germanic and Byzantine, up to the Islamic times in
which it became one of the most important bastions, resisting with Granada until
the end, the attacks of the Reconquista.
Málaga, capital city of the Costa del Sol,
is nowadays the sixth city in Spain
in population and one of the most important in
the national economy, avant-garde technologies and International Companies
settlements. With an Airport that links the city with almost two hundred cities
in the world in regular flights, and that is the biggest Tourist
Incoming Centre in Andalusia .