Also, you can explore the region's wine history at the Wine Museum in the historic city center.
Other popular destinations in the Costa del Sol (which is home to a thriving and diverse expatriate community) can also be found just 20 minutes west of Malaga's city center.
Malaga is located in the South of Spain on the Mediterranean coast in the community of Andalusia.
Its province lies between Granada to the East, Cadiz to the West and Cordoba and Seville to the North.
It was the hometown of the polymath Abbas Ibn Firnas (810–887), an inventor, engineer, alleged aviator, physician, Muslim poet, and Andalusian musician.
After the disintegration of the caliphate of Córdoba, Ronda became the capital of a small kingdom ruled by the Berber Banu Ifran, the taifa of Ronda.