Charming places in Costa del Sol
You can visit museums, archaeological sites and many other interesting places in Costa del Sol.
Castles and Museums in Málaga
In Málaga you can visit the Alcazaba. It is located in the city center and the gardens are well maintained. Gibralfaro Castle is five minutes away by car, out of which you have good views of the whole city, you can see the port, the beach, and the bullring.
A good time to go is at sunset to take some pictures with perfect lighting.
In Málaga you can visit more than 30 different museums
The Russian Museum of St. Petersburg Hermitage is really beautiful. You can also go to the Pompidou Centre, the Carmen Thyssen Museum, the Picasso Museum, the Glass Museum. You will find a museum you are interested in visiting.
Rincón de la Victoria Caves
A few kilometers from Málaga there is a marine cave, “Cueva del Tesoro”, which is one of only three marine caves known in the world. The other two are in Asia and Central America.
What to see in Benalmádena?
Benalmádena is a typical Andalusian village very well cared for. In Benalmádena town, you can visit the Church of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, and you can see the whole coast or the Pre-Columbian Art Museum.
A very peculiar place is the Castle of Colomares, a monument that was built to pay tribute to Christopher Columbus and the Discovery of America. It is very small but it is very beautiful.
The province of Malaga has a valuable archaeological heritage, a reflection of the history of civilizations and cultures that settled in these lands for centuries. Today, you can visit numerous sites – in a perfect state of conservation – throughout the Costa del Sol
Roman Baths of Las Bóvedas, San Pedro de Alcántara
The Roman thermal baths of Las Bóvedas are located on the right bank of the mouth of the river Guadalmedina, next to San Pedro de Alcántara, in Marbella. The site, which was discovered in 1926, dates from the 3rd century A.D. and is considered one of the most unique of this period in all of Spain.
Finca del Secretario archaeological site, Fuengirola
During the Roman occupation, Fuengirola was called Suel, from that time today we know a little more thanks to the discovery of the site “Finca del Secretario”. In the area were found remains of some thermal baths, in a perfect state of conservation. During the excavations a sculpture was also found, known as the Venus of Fuengirola, which dates from the 2nd century BC and can be seen in the local History Museum.
Ruins of Bobastro, Ardales
In the municipality of Ardales, in the area known as Mesa de Villaverde, are the ruins of the mythical fortress of Bobastro, a ninth-century cave complex considered the most important in the province of Málaga.
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