In 2011, the Carmen Thyssen Museum was inaugurated in the Historical Centre of Malaga in the Villalón Palace, which dates from the 26th century. The building had to be completely reconstructed as it was in a terrible state of neglect and had been subjected to constant remodelling.

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Pablo Picasso was one of the most outstanding artists of Spain and the world in the 20th century. He took part in the creation of new artistic conceptions of great influence which impacts to the present day. The artist lived his first years in Malaga and then travelled through different European cities. It was the painter himself who expressed the wish to build a museum that contained his works in his hometown (Malaga). 

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Cuevas de Nerja



Also called the "natural cathedral of the Costa del Sol" because of its stunning beauty and geographical location, the caverns, passages and chambers that are open to the public comprise 9,371 m2, which is 1/3 of the total surface area of the cave.

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