Malaga (MA la ga) is a popular stop for cruise ships. After all, it’s the capital of the Costa del Sol and the port taking travelers inland to Granada and its famed La Alhambra. This city of over 500,000 residents has much to offer because it’s cosmopolitan – thus fusing the new with the old.
Malaga a resort city with nearby resort towns.
Atop a hill, the Alcazaba is a sign for Malaga’s past ties to the Moors …
While being just below a protective fortress (Castle of Gibralfaro), Alcazaba overlooks an older structure from Roman times.
The Old City is right there with the newer parts of the city in the distance and on the other side of the hill.
Predictably, a grand cathedral towers over the Old City.
We loved the other sights as we walked the narrow streets.
Yes – Malaga was a good port on its own – and to think I was going to cover Malaga with a handful of images in the next catch-all post.