Malaga, Spain

Malaga, Spain—

This was a wonderful trip in a 'vacation resort' (aren't they all?) area of Spain. Malaga was Picasso's favorite city and visiting his art museum was fun and weird as intended. People were nice, the weather was perfect, Malga is right on the beach, the beach was quite beautiful.


Malaga Port

Downtown Malaga, super clean

City view from atop somewhere..

Plaza de la Marina

Pretty awesome architecture here. I really like the ordinance of this city's theme on white or canvas as their main colors

Endless park of coconut trees

Cathedral de la Encarnación de Malaga

Palacio Episcopal (art mueseum)

Checked out a tour at the Castillo de Gibralfaro. This fort was built to protect Alcazaba in the sieges by Romans with two walls, the inner wall would have tunnels for troops to make their way around the perimeter of the fortress.

Unfortunately, I didn't take a bunch of pictures of this because of how large it was but I was able to walk through it all. So settle for this picture and a picture of me posting up on the wall

View from the Castle

The cool attraction here was Picasso exhibit in the heart of the city. I unfortunately did not take any picture in my time there.

I stayed at The Pueblo Camino Real Pueblo Camino Real. It was an amazing all-inclusive resort on the beach, had buffets for 3 meals of the day and was near the beach, downtown, bars, etc.

View of from my hotel balcony