Málaga is the capital of one of the most beautiful Spanish provinces, also called the Paradise City.
The sight of the small villages with white houses, which are spreadover the hills close to the mountains, are the delight of the ones whocome here to enjoy the seaside and the torrid sand beaches.
Sights in Málaga:
The Muslim Gibralfar Castle – built in the XIVth century, during thereign of Yusuf I – included a mosque and a shelter for military troops.
The Pablo Picasso Memorial House, which is today a municipal foundationnamed after the painter, is a research centre, where copies of thePicasso paintings are found.
Occasionally, art exhibitions are organized.
There are various means of transport from the airport to the centre of the city: bus, underground or taxi.
For further information you can access the site www.aena.es.