The tiny but fascinating Museo Taurino Antonio Ordoñez – dedicated to one of Spain’s best-loved matadors, who was born in nearby Ronda – provides an insight into the history of bullfighting and displays some sparkly bullfighters’ costumes (traje de luces – literally ‘suit of lights’) and swishy red capes (muletas). A memorial to Ordoñez stands outside.
There are daily bullfights during Semana Santa (Easter Week) and the Feria Taurina (Bullfighting Festival) throughout July and August. For the best views of La Malagueta, make the 20-minute climb up to the Castillo de Gibralfaro (or cheat and take the shuttle) to gaze down on the bullring.
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Discover Málaga with a sightseeing pass that lets you explore the famous Costa del Sol city at your own pace. Choose from two options, depending on the ... Read more
Location: Malaga, Spain
Duration: 1 day (approx.)