Built in the 11th century on a Roman bastion, the Alcazaba is a typical Moorish fortified palace with 3 layers of walls to maximize its protection. The structure sits along a hillside overlooking the city and the sea.
The palace is landscaped with gardens, irrigation features, and shaded by trees. Despite the intense sun, it would still be comfortable to sit down in the shade to enjoy a drink and a book.
With its location above the city, the views are obviously good. The palace has areas that open to 3 sides, offering a panoramic view of Malaga.
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