The largest and most important Catholic church in the city is widely considered a masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance ... More
Catedral de Málaga (Catedral de la Encarnación)
The largest and most important Catholic church in the city is widely considered a masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture. Construction started in the 16th century and the interior belongs to this period. However, the main facade is the 18th-century baroque. The original plans envisaged two bell towers, but only one was completed. That's why locals affectionately refer to their cathedral as La Manquita (Little One Arm). The side chapels are richly adorned with paintings and the choir stalls are a masterful work of art by sculptor Pedro de Mena. Climb up the bell tower to enjoy the spectacular views.
A splendid historical cathedral. Impressive as the rest of Europe�s notorious cathedrals (Reims, Hamburg, Strasbourg, Paris etc...) A definite must see when visiting Malaga...
To see all, you need to spend at least 3 4 hours.
The sandy beaches in the Pedregalejo neighbourhood are all made into separate, peaceful coves by enormous breakwaters made out rocks
that cut out the waves. In summer they are full of young people soaking up the Mediterranean sun. The ...
It took almost 400 years to build Spain's largest church and the third biggest in the Christian world. Standing on
the site of what was Seville's main mosque, one can still see elements of the Mudejar style of art ...
This square dates back to the beginning of the 19th Century, when a part of the old Moorish walls surrounding
the city were torn down. It opens up onto the sea in front of the harbor. The square hosts ...