However, Malaga also offers other wonders not so well known, both in the capital and in the province, testimony to a rich and ancient history. A tour through these pages will make you discover a multitude of exceptional aspects, both in nature and in art.
The city itself is cheerful and welcoming, with numerous gardens and the Andalusian grace of its architecture with Arabic reminiscences.
The province contains treasures on all four sides. To the south, on its eastern and western coast, we have beaches, some extremely touristy, others still retain the charm of a small fishing village. To the north, its mountains, discover beautiful and amazing natural landscapes.
A tour of the whole province will make us discover extraordinary and picturesque villages, some with ancient archaeological remains. Tasting its tasty cuisine and its delicious raisin wine is another pleasure that the traveler should not refuse, because in Malaga, Picasso’s hometown, everything is enjoyed.