The two faces of travel in Andalusia converge in the province of Malaga.
For millions of holiday makers, Malaga is the Costa del Sol, with its beaches, cosmopolitan atmosphere, unbeatable climate, fun ambience, luxurious hotels, multitude of golf courses, gambling casinos, yacht harbors, and all the other ingredients for the prefect vacation.
Head a few miles inland and the traveler comes face to face with a dramatic Andalusian countryside, of towering sierras, white villages, rolling farm country, historical towns packed with monuments, and wilderness areas perfect for walking, horse riding or off trail biking.
It's the best of both worlds.
The city of Malaga, birthplace of Pablo Picasso
The best golf in Europe
The monumental wealth of Ronda and Antequera
Some of Spain's best hotels
The rural Axarquia region
The Costa del Sol, Europe's favorite playground
Fish fried to perfection at coastal restaurants
Travel in Malaga
Duel of Culinary Maestros
Creative food with flair in Ronda, the birthplace of bullfighting.
The Costa's Best Bet
New racecourse in Mijas is a strong added attraction for the Costa del Sol.
The Heart of Andalusia
Standing at the geographic centre of Andalusia, Antequera has plenty of attractions to tempt the traveller.
The newest of Andalusias nature parks has long been a favourite among travellers.
Up, Up and Away
Hop aboard a balloon for an eagles eye view of southern Spain.
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