As I mentionned in the "About Me" section, I couldn't travel far away in 2018. But after a long winter, I just needed some Mediterannean vibes. So I chose an European destination: Spain! The few days we spent in Andalucia (Malaga + Seville) were intense, so expect other articles about this trip. Here, I'm going to share with you our exploration of the Alcazaba of Malaga.
The Alcazaba of Malaga
The Alcazaba is one of the most famous monuments of Malaga and of the Costa Del Sol. The fortress palace was built between 1057 and 1063 and is part of the Taifa style of architecture. If you want to know more, simply visit the Malaga Tourist Office website. 🙂
Amazed by the beauty of the place, we spent a long time there to enjoy every part of the fortress! We went in the morning so we could walk and climb up a long time without suffering from the heat.
That was a really good suprise for us as we didn't really know Malaga before. We actually expected a city full of resorts and tourists. But it was really worth the visit. Moreover, if you have more than two days to spend there, you can also visit the costal towns of Nerja or the white village of Frigiliana.
We had a beautiful weather until we reached the top of the fortress. But despite the sea mist, the place was still amazing to visit!