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Málaga Monuments

C/ Alcazabilla s/n - Málaga
Tlf: 95 621.60.05
Built from 1040 onwards on a hill dominating the town, the fortress is one of the largest Muslim military buildings preserved in Spain. It formed part of the Arab Malaka defensive system.
Normal:09:00 - 18:00
* Summer:09:00 - 20:00

Plaza del Obispo - Málaga
Tlf: 95 221.59.17
Its construction stretched from the 16C to the 18C and the mixture of styles is very apparent, with a predominance of the Renaissance style. The lower parts are Gothic, while the coverings and facades are Baroque.
Normal:09:30 - 18:45
* Saturdays:9:30 - 18:00
Sundays and Hols:Only services

Dólmenes de Menga y Viera
A 354 - Antequera
Tlf: 95 270.25.05
These enormous collective tombs situated at the foot of the Cerro de la Cruz go back to the Bronze Age. With their mastery of techniques, the builders had imagined a lateral trench to slide up the stones.
Open Tue 9am-3pm, Wed-Fri 8.40am-5.30pm, Sun and hols 10am-2.30pm.

Rock church and Ruins of Bobastro
The rock church is a most interesting example of architecture carved on the rock. One is in the ruins of the city of Bobastro.

Castle of Marbella
Is located in the historic center of the town and it is the only one conserved from the musulman era. The Medina of Marbella was one of the most important cities of the Raya (Province of Málaga)

Roman Village of Río Verde
Very close to its township, these remains were already known in the XVIII century though it was discovered in 1960.

Benalmadena Stupa
Paraje de El Retamar s/n - Benalmádena
It is the greater Buddhist stupa of the western world. It is a Buddhist monument that symbolizes harmony, prosperity and peace, and whose origins go back to 2,500 years ago

Mandragón Palace
Ruedo de Gameros - Ronda
The Palace mingles the Mudejar style and Renaissance elements (the doorway on the facade). Inside there remain some traces of the azulejos and plasterwork laid down in earlier times between the charming arches of the Mudejar patio.
Normal:10:00 - 19:00
* Novevember-March : 10:00-18:00
Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10:00-15:00

The citadel
Armiñan - Ronda
Behind its walls this district, a remnant of the Arab occupation which lasted until 1485, is most attractive with its narrow alleys, its white facades and its balconies with grilles. You should visit the Casa del Rey Moro, the Forestier Gardens.

Arab Baths
Hoyo San Miguel - Ronda
Their impressive size makes us recall that Ronda was formerly the capital of a Taifa Kingdom. They were built at the end of the 13C.
Normal:09:00 - 13:30
16:00 - 18:00
* April-September: 08:30-13:30/16:00-1900
Sunday: 10:30-13:00

Plaza de toros
Built in 1785, the arenas are among the oldest and most attractive in Spain and they are the largest in the world with a diameter or of 66 m. The neo-classical, simple interior is divided into two storeys with Tuscan columns.
Normal:10:00 - 20:00
* Winter: 10:00-18:00

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