The law firm Castillo - González & Kollegen also represents you in all matters in Malaga Spain.
Malaga is a provincial capital in Andalusia with 600,000 inhabitants. The city of raisins and wine impresses with sun-drenched beaches, a wildly romantic landscape and a lively cultural heritage. Already in the 8th century BC. Malaga was founded by the Phoenicians. The name can be traced back to malak, the salting of fish. Under Roman rule, Malaga developed into a city. The Arabs made Malaga a thriving center of trade. In the late 18th century, Malaga grew to become the second largest industrial center in Spain thanks to the entrepreneurial families Heredia and Larios. The city owes its development to a leading tourist center largely to the nearby dream beaches of the Costa del Sol.
Malaga's landmark is the Alcazaba Palace, built on a hill by the Moors in the 11th century. An archaeological museum provides information about archaeological finds from the region. At the foot of the palace, a Roman theater was discovered in 1951, which can be visited today. To give the palace better protection, the fortress Castillo de Gibralfaro was built in the 14th century, which is connected by a corridor to Alcazaba. The city's cathedral was built in 1528 over the remains of a mosque. The locals jokingly call them the one-armed man, since the south tower and facade have never been completed. Pablo Picasso is the most famous son of Malaga. His birthplace in the Plaza de la Merced can be visited. The artist's family donated 200 paintings, sculptures and ceramic objects to the city, which can be admired in the Museo Picasso, a Renaissance house from the 16th century. Numerous pretty parks with Mediterranean plants line the north of the city. The Finca de lá Conception is outstanding and a real gem. A jungle-like landscape created in 1850 in the middle of the mountains of Spain. During the day, tourists stroll along Calle Larios. The magic of the Andalusian nights can be enjoyed in the Plaza de la Merced, in the old harbor district El Palo or in La Malagueta, an Eldorado for young people.
Malaga has 14 kilometers of beaches. La Malagueta is centrally located and busy. The complex was once artificially created and filled with sand from the Sahara. Beach bars, cafés and bars create a mood. Party mood also exudes Playa de Puerto Banus, the beach bars are very busy. Las Acacias is a well-kept and well-monitored section of the beach, where families with children in particular can swim without a care. Untouched, hidden between the dunes, is Playa de Cabopino, a beach for explorers and individualists. Malaga is a modern, cheerful city with a vibrant culture and many reasons to celebrate. Semana Santa, the Easter celebrations are very important. The processions are among the most important in Spain. In the 3rd week of August, Malaga turns into a colorful show stage.Feria de Agosto is a lively summer festival with bullfighting, dancing and a good mood. Verdial embodies the expression of Malaga's culture, accompanied by song, dance and instruments. Artisan traditions are also cultivated. Pottery is as old as the city itself, but tapestries, glass windows and lanterns are also created under the skilful hands of Malaga's inhabitants. The city's cuisine is a light, tasty taste of fish, seafood and game.
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