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As a lookout post, we can consider it related to the origins of Málaga as a human settling.
It must have already existed previous to the Roman dominance, but the Arabs gave it a structure of strength. The mount received the name of "Jabal-Faruk" (lighthouse mountain), from where it is said its current name comes. In the first half of the XIV century, Yusuf Y built the castle and other outbuilings.
The Catholic Kings choose the Castillo de Gibralfaro for the coat of arms they gave the city in 1494.
Type of visit: Monuments - Castle
9am to 6pm.
9am to 8pm.
Standard admission: €2.20
Combined visit Alcazaba - Gibralfaro Castle: €3.55
Reduced admission*: €0.60
*Reduced admission: residents of Málaga, children aged 6 to 16, students and holders of a student, pensioner or general category large family card as well as users of the MALAGACARD. Free visit every Sunday from 2pm until closing time.