Discover the Costa del Sol

Málaga is pure joy in its atmosphere, history with its Roman Theatre, urban art inherited from Picasso and the sophistication and idyllic life of Puerto Banús. It is sunsets on Venus Beach, a sea that takes your breath away and a gastronomy that surprises all those who discover it.

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Located approximately 60 km from the city of Málaga, Marbella is much more than beaches, golf, fashion boutiques and celebrities. In addition to its 27 kilometres of coastline, 24 golden beaches, 4 marinas and all the luxury and glamour of Puerto Banús, Marbella offers a wide range of cultural and leisure activities to satisfy even the most demanding of expectations.

Experience Málaga

With more than 3,000 years of history, leaving behind an extensive cultural heritage, as well as delicious gastronomy and fantastic temperatures, Málaga is a destination with great international projection.

The best way to begin any visit to the city is to explore the historic quarter and its most emblematic monuments, such as the Cathedral of the Encarnación, the Alcazaba and the ancient ruins of the Roman Theatre.

It is worth walking to Plaza de la Merced to find the house where Picasso was born and then down to Calle Larios, one of the main thoroughfares leading to Alameda Principal and Paseo del Parque. Other places to visit include the Malagueta Bullring, the Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Picasso Museum.

Málaga’s gastronomy is another of its great tourist attractions. Based on the Mediterranean diet, some of the specialities include pescaíto frito (fried fish), espetos (sardine skewers) and the legendary camperos (traditional sandwich). These dishes can be enjoyed in the beach bars along the coast of Málaga.

If you want to discover the magnificent beaches of the Costa del Sol, don’t miss Cabopino in Marbella or Carihuela in Torremolinos. As for the city of Málaga, the best option is to visit the most popular beach, La Malagueta, or opt for La Misericordia or Pedregalejo.

Málaga also has numerous parks and natural areas, such as the Sierra de las Nieves, Grazalema, the Cliffs of Maro and the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, which is crossed by the impressive Caminito del Rey. You can also enjoy water sports, hiking and several quality golf courses in the province.

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