In the 19th century, different cultures coexisted peacefully in Malaga, until death arrived. The bodies of non-Catholic citizens did not have access to cemeteries, so in coastal cities like Malaga the bodies were buried under the cover of night, on the beach and vertically, with the head facing the sea.
This obligation remained until 1831 when the first Protestant cemetery in the Iberian Peninsula was inaugurated: the English Cemetery in Malaga.
Enter this holy field at night and behind closed doors thanks to our theatrical visit and unearth the secrets that lie hidden here.
Discover the execution of Robert Boyd and his companions on the coast of Malaga, learn about the sinking of the German frigate Gneisenau from Captain Kritschman or be surprised by Mary Ann, the owner of the stone angel, the most famous tomb in the cemetery, among others. many stories.
(18€) – INCLUDES: Theatrical Visit + Entrance to the cemetery
Entrance to the English Cemetery in Malaga
Interior of the English Cemetery