Often they say that the province of Malaga as a whole is a small continent. It is not an exaggeration. In its 7,272 square kilometers -curiously the least extensive of Andalusia the province hosts all possible landscapes and varied contrasts.
The 161 kilometers of beaches have given the Malaga coastline international fame. From Manilva to Nerja we can enjoy bathing in populated areas or in small coves, declared natural landscapes. The coast can offer offer relaxation and tranquility but also the chance to enjoy an extensive array of sports.  There are eleven marinas, more than 50 golf courses, mostly in residential areas between the sea and the mountains, and 300 days of sunshine a year to enjoy them.
Slightly  inland on the Costa del Sol,  within the province of Malaga,  you will find white villages with its network of Moorish streets and 23 natural areas with mountains and peaks that reach 2,000 meters high, crowned by snow topped peaks at their highest points.
In this mixed landscape you will find a rich cuisine and varied cultural and leisure offerings. All in a strategic location in a few hours allow us to discover the charm of other Andalusian cities such as Seville, Cordoba and Granada; travel to Madrid or Barcelona, ​​thanks to the high speed rail network, or fly anywhere in the world from the Pablo Ruiz Picasso International Airport.