Andalucia

Things to Do & Attractions in Andalucia

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La Caleta Beach

Given that Cadiz is almost entirely surrounded by water, the desire to hit thebeach is bound to strike you at some point. When this happens, your go-to ...  Read more

La Cartuja Monastery (Monasterio de la Cartuja)

The church of the Monasterio de la Cartuja is where Spanish late-Baroque hits its lavish heights. It was begun in the 16th century and building continued for ...  Read more

La Ermita de San Miguel Alto

Granada is hardly short on impressive lookout points, but when it comes to the one that rises above the rest—both literally and figuratively—La Ermita de San ...  Read more

La Viña

Get to know the essence of Cadiz during a wander through one of its most beloved old quarter neighborhoods, La Viña. The name, which means “the vine,” ...  Read more

Magic Island Park (Parque Isla Magica)

4 star rating: Recommended 163 Reviews

Isla Magica (Magic Island) is a theme park with a twist. It's all based around 16th century Spain, with the emphasis on exploration. Lots of galleons, ...  Read more

Malaga Aeronautical Museum (Museo Aeronautico de Malaga)

Whether you’re a fan of airports, airplanes, travel, or engineering, there’s lots to see and experience at Malaga’s Aeronautical Museum. Restored airplanes ...  Read more

Malaga Alcazaba

If you’re in Malaga, chances are you’ve not missed the town’s citadel towering in the center of the city. Known as the Alcazaba de Malaga, and built around the ...  Read more

Malaga Botanical Gardens (Jardín Botánico Histórico La Concepción)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 17 Reviews

Covering more than 250,000 square meters of landscaped lands, the Malaga Botanical Gardens are home to hundreds of tropical and subtropical plants from around ...  Read more

Malaga Cathedral (Cathedral de la Encarnación)

Málaga’s gleaming white-stone cathedral was built over many years on the former site of a mosque after Isabella and Ferdinand had expelled the Moors from ...  Read more

Malaga Cruise Port

4.5 star rating: Recommended 102 Reviews

Located on a stretch of Spain’s Mediterranean coast known as the Costa del Sol, the Andalusian city of Malaga offers a variety of historical and cultural ...  Read more

Malaga Ferris Wheel (Noria Mirador Princess)

The Málaga Ferris Wheel – also known as the Noria Mirador Princess – is a 230 foot (70m) high observation wheel located in Málaga port, near the ...  Read more

Malaga Museum of Wine (Museo del Vino)

3 star rating: Worth doing 47 Reviews

Opened in 2008, the Malaga Museum of Wine (Museo del Vino) celebrates one of Spain’s most important wine regions, famous for its muscatel. Housed in the ...  Read more

Malaga Park (Parque de Malaga)

Covering more than three hectares and centered around three main pathways bordering both sides of the Paseo de Parque, Málaga Park was created at the end ...  Read more

Malagueta Beach (Playa de La Malagueta)

One of the cleanest, sparkliest urban beaches in Andalucia, Malagueta is blessed with a soft, sandy sweep of 0.75 miles (1,200 m) in length and a spectacular ...  Read more

Maria Luisa Park

South of Seville's main old quarter and extending along the Guadalquivir River, you'll stumble upon the city's main green getaway, Maria Luisa Park. Once ...  Read more

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