This cave was discovered in 1905 in the mountainous region of Ronda in the municipality of Benaojan. The importance of the paintings here meant it was declared a National Monument in 1924. There are large spaces, a cyrstal lake and the Great Chasm looking into the abyss at the bottom. The oldest paintings are animals and signs first dating back to 30,000BC.

This cave is located in the Grazalema Natural Park and is an underground river tour. It is one of the most important caves in Andalucia with lakes, potholes and waterfalls. It has a slope of minus 219m and covers a distance of 4.5km north to south flowing into the River Guadiaro. It's a lovely day even just outside the cave entrance.

Ever wondered what Gibraltar looked like 30,000 years ago? Or want to learn more about the Great Siege? The Gibraltar Museum chronicles some of the major historical events that have taken place in Gibraltar through its varied history.

The museum and tour for Malaga Football Club is open on Monday to Wednesday from 10am until 7pm and Thursday to Saturday from 3pm - 7pm. Closed on Sundays and home match days. The ticket office closes at 6.30pm. Cost is €8 for adults and €4 for under 18s.

The Bullfighting Museum in Ronda is open from 10am - 6pm (or 8pm in summer) and shows information on the Institution of the Royal Cavalry Order of Ronda, and the development and evolution of bullfighting. Visitors can see the bullring and oldest riding school in Europe.

Lara Palace Museum is located in the Tajo de Ronda and is a private collection showing palace architecture in Ronda during the 18th century. There are various sections such as cinema, musical instruments and archaeological and there is a special exhibition on witchcraft and the Inquisition.

This famous museum in Malaga is home to Picasso's own collection and over 3,500 other pieces of art. It is open every day 10am - 8pm or Friday and Saturday 10am - 9pm. Admission fees vary but there is free admission on the last Sunday of every month and for the under 12's.