The Calahorra Tower is an ancient defensive fortress that currenlty hosts the Living Museum of Al-Andalus which celebrates the period when the Jewish, Christian and Muslim cultures lived in peacefull coexistence in the city.
The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba is the most important monument of all the Western Islamic World. The place that the Mosque-Cathedral occupies was dedicated to the cult of different divinities.
Alhambra & Generalife
The Alhambra was constructed overlooking the city of Granada as a Palace and Fortress of the Moorish Monarchs of the city. The name Alhambra is probably derived from the reddish color of which the outers walls were built.
Cathedral & Giralda de Sevilla
This magnificent Gothic Cathedral is among the largest Christian churches in the world. The grandeur of its interior is the first thing that attracts visitors who walk through its doors with 5 naves and 25 chapels which contains works of art of the most famous Spanish painters.
Malaga Cathedral & Alcazaba
The cathedral of the Encarnación is one of the town´s most important monuments. The south tower and the main façade are unfinished.
The Alcazaba is one of the two moorish fortresses in the city, the other one is the Castillo de Gibralfaro.
Port in Palos de la Frontera
Palos de la Frontera is a charming white village which has preserved its picturesque ambience. Palos is considered the “cradle of the Discovery of America” because from its port in 1492 the ships of Christopher Columbus and the Pinzon brothers set off to discover the New World.