Much to Enjoy
Malaga, located at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea, has been declared a Historic Site since few cities in the world have such a wide overlap of traces of the passage of civilizations over the centuries. It has a wide cultural offer, with more than 37 museums at your disposal (the Picasso Museum stands out) and a great gastronomic variety. From a cuisine of the highest level, it is easy to taste from the most traditional and indigenous dishes to the most select and sophisticated.
A luxury marina located in the Nueva Andalucía urbanization, between Marbella and San Pedro de Alcántara. It was inaugurated in May 1970 and has become one of the largest entertainment centres on the Costa del Sol, achieving international fame and prestige. Exclusivity, glamor and elegance merge in the streets of Puerto Banús, it houses a select leisure area made up of restaurants, venues and shops of large international fashion and luxury goods firms.
It is one of the most important tourist cities on the Costa del Sol and in all of Spain. During most of the year it is a center of attraction for international tourism thanks mainly to its climate and its tourist infrastructure. Offering the visitor a 26km coastline, Marbella has the highest concentration of Golf courses in continental Europe, 15 golf courses of the highest quality, where you can play 365 days a year. The golf paradise.
Monumental Spanish city about 70 kilometers from Marbella. One of the most interesting cities in all of Andalusia. It sits on a plateau cut by a deep gash excavated by the Guadalevín river, which overlooks the buildings of its historic centre. This gives the city a picturesque panoramic view that, together with the variety of monuments it has, its natural environment and its proximity to the great centres of mass tourism on the Costa del Sol, has made Ronda a notable tourist center.
Facing the sea, in the southernmost point of Europe and closest to Africa, Tarifa is one of the coastal cities with the greatest tourist projection, as it has become the kingdom of windsurfing. To its many prehistoric remains (such as the naturalist paintings of the Cueva del Moro and the Necropolis of the Algarbes) it adds the Phoenician vestiges of the Isla de las Palomas and especially those of Roman times, with the valuable city of Baelo Claudia, the most valuable archaeological site in the entire province of Cádiz.