By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 30 Sep 2011 • 14:41
MALAGA’s most popular monument is the Alcazaba-Gibralfaro, with more than 318,000 people visiting the Arab fortress and castle in the first six months of this year.
Meanwhile, more than 196,000 people visited the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) in Malaga, 194,461 visited the Roman Theatre, 189,000 to the Picasso Museum and 56,000 to Picasso’s birthplace, official figures show.
In 2010, the most popular attraction in the province was the Cueva de Nerja, with 380,100 visitors throughout the year.
It was followed by the Ronda bullring, with 323,000 visits, and then the Antequera Dolmens with 80,000 and the Torcal Natural Park in the same town, with 30,000.
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