Moreover, this city can be visited all year round thanks to its subtropical Mediterranean climate and an average temperature of 18 degrees Celsius. Malaga is also a privileged place for golfing, thanks to the large number of fields.
What to see in Malaga
Among the most important things to see we point out the following:
- Alcazaba: an impressive defensive citadel erected during the Muslim domination. Near to the Alcazaba, we find the castle of Gibralfaro, which overlooks the city and offers the visitor a breathtaking view of the cathedral, bulls arena and harbour.
- Cathedral: known with the nickname "La Manquita", it is the main monument of the city. Various architectural styles coexist in it, since it took 250 years to build it.
- Plaza de Toros o "Malagueta": it was built in 1847 and is situated near the city's port.
- Finally, for lovers of the sea a visit to at least one of the wonderful beaches of Malaga, including El Palo and La Caleta, is obligatory.