Your Spanish holiday
Many travelers said that in Spain you can find everything what is needed to gather wonderful memories from the trip. It turns out that the country enchants all comers not only how their pleasantly warm climate, but also the cultural rich and tasty kitchen, concealing the fruits of the sea, sweet oranges and hundreds of other celestial even ingredients. To all this experience, you just have to embark on a journey to Spain! Today let us see to it that our vacation was spent right there! Let's hurry, because volunteers do not miss, and yet surely each of us wants to have a place in a beautiful luxury hotel located on the sea ...
Carefree time and the sun on the body
Holiday also a time to rest, because we do well, if thoroughly prepare yourself plan how to spend this period. Full freedom is conducive to holiday travel, therefore it is worthwhile to go in some interesting corner of Europe, visited him and win exciting memories. Definitely worth a command country is Spain, which tourists come each year from around the world. That's where we can soak up the sun and sea, and to enjoy the splendours cultural, culinary and others. You just need to go to a good travel agency, buy a tour and start to count down the days to go. Our holiday could be better than all the previous ones. Therefore, let's use this opportunity!
Malaga - what you should visit?
The old historic centre of Málaga reaches the harbour to the south. In the north it is surrounded by mountains, the Montes de Málaga (part of the Baetic Cordillera) lying in the southern base of the Axarquía hills, and two rivers, the Guadalmedina ? the historic center is located on its left bank ? and the Guadalhorce, which flows west of the city into the Mediterranean.
The oldest architectural remains in the city are the walls of the Phoenician city, which are visible in the cellar of the Museo Picasso Málaga.
The Roman theatre of Málaga, which dates from the 1st century BC, was rediscovered in 1951.19
The Moors left posterity the dominating presence of the Castle of Gibralfaro, which is connected to the Alcazaba, the lower fortress and royal residence. Both were built during the Taifa period (11th century) and extended during the Nasrid period (13th and 14th centuries). The Alcazaba stands on a hill within the city. Originally, it defended the city from the incursions of pirates. Later, in the 11th century, it was completely rebuilt by the Hammudid dynasty.20 Occupying the eastern hillside that rises from the sea and overlooks the city, the Alcazaba was surrounded by palms and pine trees.