Surrounded by pines, the Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro stands atop Mount Gibralfaroopposite the Alcazaba (Citadel), with views of the bay and city of Malaga from a unique perspective. The common areas, guest rooms and rooftop swimming pool offer beautiful views of the town and sea. Here you will enjoy traditional Andalusian culinary offerings, including exquisite Málaga-style fried fish. In Málaga, you won't want to miss the Pablo Ruíz Picasso Foundation Birthplace Museum, where you will discover more than 230 works by the painter.
The hotel, built out of stone next to Gibralfaro Castle, is the ideal location for visiting the city and enjoying sports such as golf and tennis at the nearby Parador del Golf. In Málaga, you won't want to miss the Pablo Ruíz Picasso Foundation Birthplace Museum, where you will discover more than 230 works by the painter. Other must-sees include the Alcazaba (Citadel), which was the palace fortress of the city’s Muslim rulers, and La Encarnación Cathedral, built on the spot occupied by the mosque/synagogue during the eight centuries of Muslim rule.
Just six kilometers from Málaga, in the lovely town of Rincón de la Victoria, you will find the Cuevas del Tesoro (Treasure Caves), carved out of the cliffs by the sea and a jewel well worth discovering.
Málaga and its surrounding area are filled with light and beauty, offering the perfect vantage point overlooking the Mediterranean, a wonderful experience in which warm temperatures and the joy of Andalusia are assured.