The Alcazaba of Málaga.

For us Málaga is museums, art, monuments, the old town streets, eating tapas and just a lot of strolling around. A lively minimetropolis. 






Almost everything which we find interesting is within walking distance. City center is accessible by car from west. The eternally unfinished street works in the old main streets ( Avenida de Andalucía - Puente Tetuan - Alameda principal ) don't bother much when we drive in from A-7 using the Calle Pacífico towards the port. Ample parking space in P-Muelle Uno or P-Alcazaba, for example. 

Plaza de la Constitution. The center of Málaga

Málaga museums

There are at least eight outstanding museums, which we visit regularly:

  • CAC, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo. The museum of contemporary art. 20th and 21st century visual art of   pioneering nature. Permanent and temporary exhibitions. 


CAC, The museum of contemporary art


Centre Pompidou Málaga in the Muelle Uno harbour

  • Museo Picasso & Fundacion Picasso & Casa natal. In Palacio Buenavista and on the Plaza de la Mercéd. Permanent and temporary exhibitions, which may not be directly linked with Picasso.

  • Museo de Málaga - Palacio de la Aduana. The magnificent toll building beside the roman theatre in the historic centre. Permanent exhibition of bellas artes and archeologa


  • Centre Pompidou Málaga in the Muelle Uno harbour area. Permanent and temporary exhibitions of visual arts, sculpture, architecture, design, photography.

















  • Museo Carmen Thyssen in the old city. Changing exhibitions of classic and modern art.

  • Coleccion del Museo Ruso, San Petersburgo in the Tabacalera complex, a few kilometres southwest from city centre. Avenida Sor Teresa Prat, no. 15. Annual and temporary exhibitions of visual  arts. Impressive venue.

  • Museo Automovilístico also in the Tabacalera complex. Cars and fashion.

  • Museo del Patrimonio Municipal, MUPAM, near the Plaza de Toros on Paseo de Reding just east of the Alcazaba tunnel. Permanent and  temporary exhibitions on local  history and local artists.



Museo de Málaga. The floor of archeologia.

Museo del Patrimonio Municipal de Málaga, MUPAM

Interesting collections and temporary exhibitions are also displayed at:

  • Museo Revello de Toro. Portrait paintings and drawings of Félix Revello de Toro, a famous Málaga artist. At the historic centre.

  • La Térmica. Avenida de los Guindos 48. A cultural and educational centre with 2-3 rooms for exhibitions. Mostly photography.

  • Museo Jorge Rando. Expressionist paintings and cultural events. On Calle Cruz del Molinillo, in a lively neighborhood.

  • Glass museum. A privately managed collection of glass items in a beautiful 18th century villa just off the main streets in Plazuela Santisimo Cristo de la Sangre 2. Guided tours only.

  • Palacio Episcopal de Málaga. Right in front of the Cathedral. Temporary exhibitions of visual arts and a permanent collection of religious items.


Palacio Episcopal de Málaga. Eugenio Chicano exhibition of Flamenco paintings and lyrics in Andalucian dialect in Jan 2019.