You couldn’t expect less from Picasso´s birth city. This museum on his honor founded in 2003 is what many visitors are looking for in Malaga. Boasting more than 200 drawings, paintings, sculptures, graphic works and ceramics created by master artists, you will be amazed! The place opens Tuesdays to Thursdays, 10 to 8. Visit on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 to 9. Or come on Sundays and holidays from 10 to 8. Note that the museum remains closed on Mondays, as well as December 25th and January 1st.
Known as one of the Analucian Pueblos Blancos, which means white villages, this small town is a picturesque symbol in the area. Visit the cathedral and the Old quarter, and don’t miss the oldest bullring in Spain.
How to Get There in a [Malaga car rental]:
Take a lovely drive along the coast by the E15 all the way to San Pedro de Alcántara. Get on the A376 from here and drive for 44 km up to the A369, this road leads to Ronda and it makes a beautiful one hour and 45 minutes ride.
The best practice is to [hire a car in Malaga] and get to see the entire city at your own schedules and knowing you can save some cash by receiving the cheapest prices for [rental cars in Malaga].