The Alcazaba of Malaga is a fortress palace of the muslim rulers of the city, placed on the hill Gibralfaro. It was built in the 11th century of the ruins of another Roman bastion. It consisted of 110 main towers en some other minor onces. The tower of Homenaje stands out.
The main characteristics are the concentric walls that encircle it, giving it a maximum security military character among other similar constructions of Muslim Spain.