10:30, 12:30, 16:00
10:30, 12:30, 17:00
Glass pyramid (in front of the Roman Theatre)
1 h 15 mins
The guided tour of the Alcazaba is the ideal way to get to know this breathtaking monument. Thanks to this visit, you will discover the history, hidden legends, and other curiosities of Islamic culture.
The Alcazaba of Málaga is one of the most emblematic Islamic heritage sites you will find here in Andalusia. It really is impossible to leave Málaga without visiting it!
It is known as ‘Little Alhambra’, and boasts a similar artistic and architectural style since they were both built during the Nasrid period.
This fortified palace, built on the slopes of the Gibralfaro mountain has elegant gardens, palaces and labyrinthine walls that will take your breath away.
During this tour, you will discover how the Christian army conquered the Alcazaba, an almost impossible task. The Alcazaba was deemed one of the most impregnable fortresses of the Middle Ages.
The Alcazaba guided tour lasts 1 hour and 15 minutes. We suggest you to bring sunscreen and a hat if it’s a warm day. Also wear comfortable shoes, we recommend you to avoid wearing high heels.
Book this visit and have fun discovering the history of Malaga!
10:30, 12:30, 16:00
From Monday to Saturday and Sundays (before 14:00)
Adults: 10€ with entrance ticket of the Alcazaba included
Students: 8€ with entrance ticket of the Alcazaba included
Children (from 6 to 15): 6€ with entrance ticket of the Alcazaba included
Sundays (after 14:00)
Children (from 6 to 15): 4€
English or Spanish.
For any additional language (Italian, German or French) contact us to check the availability of the tour guides in this e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The guide will be waiting for you at the meeting point and they will be wearing a red shirt of Málaga Adventures. They will be very easy to recognise!
The tour is suitable for all ages, however it is NOT SUITABLE FOR WHEELCHAIR since the Alcazaba boasts many stairs and the terrain is very uneven.
Additionally, is complicated to visit the Alcazaba with a stroller.