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Costa del Sol and Costa de Almeria Sights

Alcazaba

  • Entrance on C. Alcazabilla Map It
  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Updated 06/11/2014

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Just beyond the ruins of a Roman theater on Calle Alcazabilla stands Málaga's greatest monument. This fortress was begun in the 8th century, when Málaga was the principal port of the Moorish kingdom, though most of the present structure dates from the 11th century. The inner palace was built between 1057 and 1063, when the Moorish emirs took up residence; Ferdinand and Isabella lived here for a while after conquering the city in 1487. The ruins are dappled with orange

trees and bougainvillea and include a small museum; from the highest point you can see over the park and port.

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Sight Information

Address:

Entrance on C. Alcazabilla, Málaga, 29016, Spain

Map It

Sight Details:

  • €2.20, €3.55 combined entry with Gibralfaro
  • Nov.–Mar., Tues.–Sun. 9–6; Apr.–Oct., Tues.–Sun. 9:30–8

Updated 06/11/2014

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