If you are wandering around the centre of Málaga then it is nigh on impossible to miss the city’s eponymous cathedral. Well, we say ‘eponymous’, what we actually mean is the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Incarnation’, but cathedral will suffice. Completed in 1782 (it started in 1528), this Renaissance church is more than just another monumental house of worship. This is a landmark, a meeting place, a grandparent and a Málaga must. Our use of the word ‘completed’ isn’t entirely true either, as the cathedral is missing a tower (the money needed was sent to off to finance wars in the Americas). Locals call it the ‘One-Armed Lady’, the reasons for which should be clear.