Alcazaba - Built in the 11th century as a fortified palace for Moorish kings, this impressive structure has 10 major towers within concentric walls. Inside the walls are the ruins of a Roman theatre and a museum displaying Moroccan art.
Cathedral - Nicknamed 'La Manquita’ (One-Armed Lady), because the second tower was never completed. Malaga's cathedral is an amalgam of Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance styles of architecture.
Castillo de Gibralfaro - This Phoenician castle offers magnificent sweeping views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea from its ramparts. The lighthouse is of Arabic design.
Picasso Foundation - The birthplace of that somewhat confused fellow, Pablo Picasso, now houses the Picasso Foundation, and holds exhibitions, lectures, and concerts annually in October, and at odd times through the year.