Eating out in Málaga
Standing like a watchtower on a promontory, the age-old city of Ronda, with its iconic Puente Nuevo bridge spanning the Tajo de Ronda gorge, has provided inspiration to countless writers and travellers since the nineteenth century.
Considered to be the most exclusive destination on the Costa del Sol, Marbella boasts one of the best-preserved old towns in Andalusia, along with Puerto Banús.
The spectacular Nerja caves, the Balcón de Europa viewpoint and its appearances on television make this Málaga town famous.
Endless sand, beach bars, and buzzing nightlife: Torremolinos has everything it needs to be one of the most popular destinations on the Costa del Sol.
Fuengirola has everything it needs to be one of the most popular destinations on the Costa del Sol: long beaches with beach bars and buzzing nightlife. Are you ready to discover its charms?
The remarkable cultural and natural heritage of Antequera deserves to be enjoyed, if only for a weekend.
Estepona, located between the Sierra Bermeja mountain range and the Mediterranean Sea, is one of the towns in Málaga that is most committed to quality tourism.
Benalmádena invites visitors to come and enjoy its beaches, marina, monuments and old town.
Setenil de las Bodegas, with its houses built directly into the rocks, is one of the most incredible towns on the Route of the White Villages.
Its white houses, steep alleys and the charm of its Moorish past make Frigiliana the most beautiful town in Málaga.