Málaga, where it is never winter, millenary and cosmopolitan in the past, is preserving its historical roots. It has now become the primary power of the Andalusian tourism industry, keeping its tradition of being a welcoming and creative land alive.
The Province of Málaga is situated at the south of the Mediterranean coast, between the provinces of Granada and Cádiz, and bordered to the north by the provinces of Córdoba and Seville. Its capital is Málaga and it has over 160 kilometres of coastline. The Mediterranean sea directly bathes a total of 14 municipalities in Málaga. Both the eastern and western parts of the province have such attractive beaches that they have turned the Costa del Sol into a premier destination worldwide.
The excellent location of the Province of Málaga and its Costa del Sol, along with the wide infrastructure network available, facilitates access to the province through various routes: by plane, by train, by road or by sea.
Watch video about Costa del Sol: http://www.youtube.com/user/visitacostadelsol.
The European Capital of Culture 2016 represents an enormous opportunity to turn the focus on culture and dialogue as the roads towards improved coexistence. It will also promote stronger ties with the rest of Europe and foster innovation in the cultural sector
Málaga, a city with a great deal to offer:
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