Built in 1920, this is the youngest church of Málaga and often confused by tourist with the Cathedral, although its neo-Gothic style give away that it is a build much more recent. The beautifully pointed arches and towers draw your attention upwards, but definitely don’t miss out on the decorations on the giant church doors as well.
Being especially popular with young brides looking for an impressive setting to get married, weddings take place all throughout the weekend. The wedding bells, the families gathering up, the beautifully dressed bride and groom: it is a great place to get a taste of the local culture.
Plaza de San Ignacio, s/n, 29008 Málaga
As co-founder of Malaga Guru Katrin likes to share the ins and outs of this captivating city. With a strong interest in history she is always keen on discovering more about Malaga’s past. Having lived in Malaga for more than five years, she is happy to share any tips to make your life more comfortable – from the best cocktail bar to getting on the padrón.