YOU CAN VISIT:● The “Alcazaba” is a fortress palace of the Muslim era, built on an earlier Phoenician- Punic fortification.● Below this, there is a small Roman theater.
LA MANQUITA● La Manquita is the cathedral of Malaga. They couldn’t finished its construction (it’s got only one tower) due to economic problems. In the end, they got money, but people liked how it turned
THE PORT● The port of Malaga, about 3,000 years old, is in the Bay of Malaga, south of the Iberian Peninsula in the western Mediterranean.● It is a commercial, passen ger, cruise, fishing and sports port.
EL CENACHERO● The cenachero was a fisherman holding a esparto basket (“cenacho”) with fresh fish, specially anchovies.● He was a popular symbol of the Andalusian city of Malaga, Spain.
EL PALMERAL● The palm grove is the new port. This has got shops, parks, b oats...● Its very funny and its always crowded.
MUSEO PICASSO● It is one museum dedicated to Pablo Picasso (he was born in Malaga), in the heart of the Historic Centre of the city.● It has got 12 halls of permanent exhibition gallery and excellent temporary exhibitions.