Because of its diversity and cultureSpain is one of the most attractive destinations in the world. A country of good living, its people enjoy outdoor life with family and friends.
Spain is diverse, each region has its own traditions and cuisine. A land of wines and joy, of flamenco, dances and traditions. Spain always surprises those who visit it.
On top of its amazing and varied culture, and along with the warmth of its people, you will discover a country of contrasts, of alluring cities and incredible natural scenery. Travel to the centre of this bountiful peninsula to discover Castilian Spain. Unearth Northern Spain's magical locations that include amazing grasslands and green forests, nourished by the Atlantic sea.
Or its fresh and green Mediterranean coast and islands, where the sea breeze will enchant you. Without forgetting the richness of Andalusia, an inspiration for famous artists and writers such as Hemingway.
This is Spain, a country that enchants everyone who visits.
Description of the area
Malaga, the birthplace of famous painter Pablo Picasso, is an excellent tourist destination thanks to its infrastructure, good weather and coastline.
This province, located between the Mediterranean sea and the mountains, is known as Costa del Sol (Sunshine Coast). This city is famous for its glamour, its beaches and for the leisure options that it offers.
Marbella is especially popular with both celebrities and royalty who choose it as their holiday destination. Puerto Banús and the marbellí Milla de Oro both reflect Marbella's golden age.
You will also discover Marbella's beautiful old quarter boasting typical Andalusian architecture. Its white-washed houses and alleys overflowing with flowers, make for an enjoyable stroll. You will have everything you could wish for on your holiday, first-class facilities, sun, art, great cuisine and the very best shops.
Malaga, like any good Andalusian city offers an excellent variety of tapas. As well as typical Andalusian dishes such as gazpacho, the region is famous for its cabbage, white garlic with grapes, fish and seafood from the coastal area, traditional Malaga salad, fried fish, rice a la marinera, oatmeal, fresh anchovies in vinegar, pil-pil prawns and Malaga soup, amongst the area's other typical dishes.
And to finish any good lunch, "picada" (tapas) or dinner, Malaga offers guests its sweet dessert wines with the Malaga Designation of Origin.
Sea and mountains, tradition and modernity join in this Mediterranean city to offer the visitor an environment that is rich in nuances; multicultural and cosmopolitan, open to progress and to a way of living based on respecting differences and the welcoming character of its people.
Due to its privileged location, Marbella has become a renown tourist attraction worldwide without having lost a shred of its typical character and historical essence.
Marbella is one of the most famous cities on an international scale. Due to its geographical location, in Marbella you enjoy a special micro-climate of soft temperatures throughout the year, with an average of 18.7 degrees and a sun that shines generously during the twelve months.
is the most famous tourist enclave in Southern Europe, but this location is much more than that; we are actually talking about a city within another big city (Marbella).
The Municipality of Marbella boasts 27 kilometres of coastline distributed over 24 beaches.
In Puerto Banús you will find luxury shops selling international designer labels. If you wish to buy souvenirs from Malaga, just take a walk through the streets of the city's old quarter.
In Marbella, shopping is part of the leisure offer. Visit some of the shopping centres and see for yourself.