The Castle of Fuengirola. Fuengirola Castle, also known as Sohail, is a vital stop in Malaga. An ancient monument, it is a necessary stop to understand the essence of this land of Andalusia, its fusion of cultures and people that forms a character with a substrate that makes it different. A visit to Sohail is indispensable to recognize the Moorish legacy still present in Fuengirola.
Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10am to 9pm.
Picasso Museum, Malaga. Twentieth-century culture is inconceivable without the timeless figure of Pablo Ruiz Picasso, an artist from Malaga whose influence and works have left an indelible mark on art history and painting. In honor of this illustrious countryman, the city of Malaga has a Picasso Museum, one of the three best museums in the world dedicated to Picasso and the artist's birthplace, where you can find works of a younger Picasso.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 8 pm Friday and Saturday until 9pm. Monday closed.
Tour white peopleThe countryside of Malaga is full of villages with the traditional Andalusian charm, between mountains and landscapes, where the white color of the houses is the only human footprint. Travelling by car on the road, you can enter Antequera, Ronda, Mijas, Almogía, Alhaurin el Grande, Canillas de Aceituno, Frigiliana, Alora and other villages of Malaga, which can be a part of a different trip, one of rural tourism including the charm of these towns, Malaga cuisine, the local inhabitants, the tranquility and the most popular traditions.