There is no spot in Malaga where history becomes so tangible as here. The Alcazaba castle still proudly dominates the skyline of Malaga. It was a castle build by the Moorish in the 8th century. It would eventually fall to King Ferdinand in 1487 when they would reclaim Spain, unite it into 1 country where the Roman Catholic faith would once thrive again. Climb the stairs to get to the top of the castle or take the elevator. Finding the location of the elevator is quite hard, but the location is marked for you in the map above.
Calle Alcazabilla, 2, 29012 Málaga, Spain