The Alcazaba is one of the most unique areas in Malaga, perhaps even wider Spain. Nestled at the foot of ‘Monte Gibralfaro’ the same hill at which Gibralfaro Castle sits atop is the Alcazaba, another fantastic example of architecture dating back to Moorish rule. However, it is the positioning of this structure which makes it so unique. Immediately next to the Alcazaba sits the remains of a Roman Amphitheatre which has been preserved to a standard worthy of exploring. Within view are some of the many Renaissance buildings adorning Malaga’s centre, seamlessly combining the architecture and influence of 3 historically significant periods in one location.