Few know that apart from visiting the interior of the Cathedral, called "La Manquita", you can also "climb" to its roof, not only to admire the amazing views, but  and get to know La Manquite  with completely  different perspective.  

 

Bovedas Catedral, or Cathedral vaults, is an expedition that must be overcome  200 degrees  Eighteenth century  bonds  northern,  narrow corridors and chapel terraces  to climb 50 meters and be able to admire Málaga in all its glory. During the guided visit, we will not only hear the history of the Cathedral, but also see it  close up differences  architectural, resulting from construction over the course of different centuries. Moreover, it is a real pleasure to be able to see the bells and vaults of La Manquita proudly rising above the buildings.  Malaga, thus setting a border which, according to the adopted law, cannot be crossed by any building.  

 

The views themselves are of course flawless. The port or the Gibralfaro Castle is just a stone's throw away, and the whole of Malaga is at your feet :)  

 

The visits took place from Tuesday to Sunday from 11.00 to 13.00, then:

October / January from 16.00 to 19.00

January March; September October  from 17.00 to 20.00 

March / September from 18.00 to 21.00 

Night visit - from January to October it is the last two hours of the visit, while in summer it is at 21.00  

 

Ticket price € 6, night visit € 10

You can  acquire them in  Palacio Episcopal on  Plaza del Obispo  6 (next to the Department), or by phone +34  952 221 835 or by e-mail: bovedas.catedral@diocesismalaga.es  or on the page .

Bovedas Catedral