Although most Spaniards and visitors are now confined to their homes, thanks to technology we have at our fingertips the possibility of enjoying a huge cultural and heritage legacy. Come with us to visit Malaga virtually!
Virtual Malaga – Visit Malaga virtually
A magnificent App is Costa del Sol 360º, where we can enjoy both from the bird’s eye view and also from the interior some of the most emblematic monuments of the province: Cathedral, Alcazaba, Gibralfaro Castle, Ronda’s Tajo, Ronda’s Bullring or the Menga Dolmen.
There is a 360º bird’s eye view of the towns and villages of Ronda, Ardales, Casares, Gaucín and Frigiliana; landscapes such as the Torcal de Antequera, the Laguna Fuente de Piedra, the Guadalhorce reservoir and the Caminito del Rey.
We can also enjoy a virtual visit to the marinas of Puerto Marina (Benalmadena), Muelle Uno (Malaga), Puerto de la Duquesa (Manilva) and Puerto Banus (Marbella).
If we miss the beach, we can enjoy the beaches of Pedregalejo (Malaga), Maro and Balcon de Europa (Nerja), Puerto de la Duquesa (Manilva) and Puerto Banus in Marbella.
There are also virtual tours of caves, if you have always been interested in visiting the Nerja cave; furthermore you can also visit the Cueva del Tesoro (Treasure cave) in Rincon de la Victoria and the Cueva del Gato in Benajoan.
And there’s more: Stroll through some of the best-known squares in the province such as Calle Larios and Plaza del Obispo in Malaga and Plaza de los Naranjos in Marbella.
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You can take a walk in real time through the streets of Malaga without leaving your home, through the traffic cameras installed in the districts. Although it can be a bit boring, since there is not a single soul on the street.
Although the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga has closed its doors, this does not prevent you from continuing to visit the site virtually.
We can see the temporary exhibitions ‘Fortuny Engraver’, ‘Arab Fantasy. Orientalist painting in Spain (1860-1900)’, ‘Max Ernst: natural history’, ‘Perversity. Fatal women in modern art (1880-1950)’ or ‘Modern and seductive. Women in the collection ABC (1900-1936)’, ‘Henri Matisse. Jazz’ and ‘The Fury of Colour by Francisco Iturrino (1864-1924)’, among many others that can be accessed through the link
This 14th century Muslim castle, built to protect the Alcazaba, was for a time considered the most impregnable fortress on the Iberian Peninsula. Today it is one of the most visited places in Malaga.
The first century Roman Theatre of Malaga was not discovered until 1951, due to some works, as it had slept throughout the centuries completely underground. The Roman Theatre is located in the historical centre at the foot of the Gibralfaro Mountain and the Alcazaba.
The archaeological site of Acinipo are the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Acinipo, located in the Serrania de Ronda in the municipality of Ronda.
What do you think of these virtual tours? Have you personally visited any of the sites mentioned? Which one did you like best? We look forward to your comment!