Abandoned building near Malaga, Spain

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Abandoned building near Malaga, Spain

While Malaga itself might not be the prettiest place to be, heading out into the Andalusian countryside is certainly a fantastic way to experience southern Spain! While much is Spain indeed a desert, that does not make it any less beautiful. Andalusia is dotted with beautiful little Pueblos Blancos (White Villages), both quaint and awe-inspiring. However, be sure to pay attention while traversing the countryside in search of these villages – along the way, you’ll be privy to some interesting architecture as well as some of the most spectacular scenery. Spain is a very old country with a long history of changing nationalities. Unlike many central European destinations, it was not razed during the world wars. Peppered throughout the countryside, you will find ancient buildings, beautiful towns, amazing recipes in tiny restaurants, charming villages, lovely people and a vibrant culture. Keep yours eyes glued to the window because you never know what kind of treasures you may find – like this fantastic abandoned building, only a few kilometers from Malaga!

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2 thoughts on “Abandoned building near Malaga, Spain

  1. Hi, I hope you don’t mind me commenting. I found your blog by searching ‘abandoned places malaga’. I will be coming to Malaga around May for a family holiday and am looking for some historic places of interest to visit, particularly abandoned or derelict buildings such as this. Would you be able to point me in the right direction for the location of this and/or similar places? I totally understand not posting exact locations publicly but perhaps you could email me?! Thanks so much in advance 🙂

  2. Pingback: Andalucía landscape, Spain | Top Most Beautiful Places in Europe

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